In today’s news round-up, CNL Software has announced it will be exhibiting at this year’s ASIS International in Chicago. CNL will demonstrate how PSIM is enabling organisations responsible for Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) to improve operational efficiency. Over in the UK, the British Security Industry Association’s Vacant Property Protection Group is reiterating to owners and landlords of vacant commercial properties the importance of securing and protecting their premises. The group recently released its official Code of Practice, providing guidelines for the provision of security for vacant properties.

In corporate news, TDSi has recently held a summer party for its UK-based team. The event, which took place near Bournemouth, was a chance for the team to get together and celebrate the company’s impressive achievements over the last 12 months. In other corporate news, Cooper Security has announced the appointment of Rod Wilson as its new area sales manager for the South East. Wilson is tasked with enhancing Cooper Security’s presence and driving demand for its innovative solutions amongst installers and distributors across the England. Finally, Fulcrum Biometrics has developed and deployed a customised patient identification solution for the New Tribes Mission Medical Clinic in Papua New Guinea. The unique imaging capabilities of the biometric sensors from Lumidigm allow the clinic to accurately identify people who come into the clinic for healthcare services. Read more security news…

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