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Locks and Security News: your weekly locks and security industry newsletter
1st July 2020 Issue no. 514

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Hanwha Techwin introduces face mask detection application

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Coinciding with the recent launch of the Occupancy Monitoring application designed to help implement social distancing rules, Hanwha Techwin has also introduced a Face Mask Detection application which will further help businesses operate in a COVID-19 affected world.
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Yale launches new line of padlocks, to meet every security need

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Yale has announced a brand-new padlock range comprising of Standard, High and Maximum-Security padlocks, created to meet every security need.
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Abloy unveils incedo  business – access control ecosystem

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Just launched, Incedo Business access control system for small to medium businesses, the universal access control ecosystem that incorporates software and hardware into a single management platform. 
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Security guards using virus detecting smart glasses to reopen businesses

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To speed up mass reopening of restaurants, pubs, workplaces and public spaces, bosses are planning on using new virus detection glasses to help isolate those with virus symptoms.
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7 benefits of remote access and monitoring

By Ross Wilks, Head of Marketing Communications, Vanderbilt and ComNet

The unexpected effect on business that the coronavirus pandemic has introduced has given rise to a change across a number of day-to-day activities.
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One in five Europeans have experienced identity theft fraud in the last two years

Identity theft is rapidly expanding, causing substantial financial loss to millions of people all around the world. This invisible crime is also widespread across the European countries, where the growing number of consumers is targeted by sophisticated fraudulent scams each year, both offline and online.
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Mul-T-Lock's Break Secure 3DS cylinder excels when put to the test

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With 73% of all domestic burglaries occurring through a door*, it is now more important than ever that maximum-security locks are in place to offer protection from potential break-ins.
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This Week's News

Master Lock launches portable Bluetooth select access smart key lock box

* ML-lockbox.jpgMaster Lock has launched an outdoor use Portable Bluetooth Select Access Smart Key Lock Box allowing for safe, shareable, and convenient access to your keys via a smart phone. As the ideal solution to managing multi-user access to your keys whilst moving the device from location to location; there is no need to hide your keys under a doormat or flowerpot!

The Portable Bluetooth Select Access Smart Key Lock Box is a key and card storage device which ensures flexible security. The portable design offers removable installations since it can be fixed to fences, gates, or any type of anchors points. This removes the need to drill holes for a permanent fixing and makes it perfect for renters.
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Abloy hosts virtual exhibition featuring Access Control for the Built Environment

* Abloy-Access-Control.jpgAbloy UK has announced plans to hold its first ever virtual exhibition, Keyvolution, which will take place online on 8 July.

With many exhibitions being postponed or cancelled in 2020, this initiative has been organised to meet the demand for online advice and information on security. It also aims to help visitors resolve current security issues and plan for future needs to ensure their building's occupants and assets remain safe and secure.
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Track and Trace app could increase 'smishing'

On the news that the new 'Track and Trace' app could lead to an increase in SMS-based phishing - known as 'smishing', Toni Vitale, Partner and Head of Data Protection at JMW Solicitors, says:
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Brisant launch trade Facebook page

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Brisant-Secure is all about making it easy for locksmiths to sell locks and door installers to sell doors. Each and every one of these businesses has a story to tell or expertise to share, and that's why the company has launched their trade Facebook page.
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Keep your IT systems safe

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Having to implement homeworking measures for the first time or to a much larger extent than normal can leave an organisation's IT systems vulnerable to attack. The NCSC has released guidance to help organisations reduce the risk of cyber attack on homeworking devices.

There are also some top tips for staff about avoiding phishing scams.

www.ncsc.gov.uk


Master Lock supports hospitals during Coronavirus

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Master Lock, the global padlock specialist, has played its part in supporting the NHS during the current Corona crisis.

The aim was to help health workers protect their equipment and aid better management of critical medical assets, beginning with the Princess Alexandra Hospital in Harlow, Essex, which is located near to Master Lock's UK office.
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CDVI helps businesses get back to work with touchless solutions

CDVI, a leading global access control manufacturer, is helping businesses make their premises safer and more hygienic to control the spread of COVID-19.
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Can the pain of false alarms become a thing of the past?

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Uri Guterman, Head of Product & Marketing for Hanwha Techwin Europe, alerts us to the potential for Deep Learning video analytics to significantly reduce false alarms.

Event driven monitoring, also known as exception reporting, became an accepted method of bringing an incident to control room operators' attention after it became apparent that it was inefficient for them to constantly look at a screen just in case something suspicious might occur.
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