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IFSEC 2011 Follow-Up Newsletter
09 June 2011

IFSEC was as big and bright as it has ever been this year with every premium inch of hall 5 occupied to the full as well as two more halls with very little space to spare. Last year’s trend for a few key companies to buddy up with partners on their stands was continued this year with integration efforts and partnerships being a key feature in a world increasingly dominated by security systems residing on IP backbones.

This was the first year that the IFSEC Future of Security competition was held with nine finalists battling it out for first prize in a Dragon’s Den style series of short presentations. Find out who won and read our assessment of the competition here.

ProSecurityZone also had a stand at the show where we discussed the innovative plans we have for the site as well as opportunities to become involved in the Global Risk Register. We’ll also be at IFSEC India later this year so contact our Editor if you want to know more or to arrange a meeting at IFSEC India.

Jonathan Newell
Editor, Prosecurityzone

ProSecurityZone - IFSEC 2011 Special Newsletter
27 April 2011

The annual IFSEC show is coming up next month in Birmingham in the UK. Certainly the most popular physical security exhibition and conference in the UK, this event is of significant importance beyond the country's borders as it showcases the whole spectrum of physical security technology including surveillance systems, access control, alarms, biometrics and counter terrorism. The focus of the show in recent years has been leaning more heavily towards integration, the use of IP technology, open systems and a holistic approach to providing a secure environment.

Learn much more about what's going on at IFSEC this year by reading our highlights of the show below and by referring regularly to our site for the latest daily news. The IFSEC show is taking place at the Birmingam NEC in the UK from the 16th to the 19th May 2011 and you can visit their site here.

Jonathan Newell
Editor, ProSecurityZone

IFSEC Special Newsletter March 2011
06 March 2011
Message from the Editor

Our IFSEC Special newsletter provides some insight into what the show will offer next week at the NEC in Birmingham. This year, the organisers have arranged an Intelligent Integration Zone enabling suppliers to demonstrate interoperability between different security functions such as alarms, access control and surveillance using the power of IP technology.

The Security Industry Awards ceremony will also take place during the event and you can see the list of nominees in all the categories on our page here

Taking part in the show will be IQinVision who will be focusing on the IQeye eStore bringing the IQeye BASIC LINE range of cameras to a wider audience by engaging resellers and integrators outside their existing channel.

Also in this weeks newsletter, take a look at what NCP Engineering has to say about the frustrations of Network Access Technology and how to overcome them with single-click central administration functions.

I hope you enjoy this edition of the newsletter and if you have any comments or feedback, Id be delighted to hear from you at

Jonathan Newell
ProSecurityZone Newsletter 14/03/2011
14 March 2011

Message from the Editor

Lone working devices featured predominantly in the news this week with new models, appearances in exhibitions and even the innovative use of fleet tracking devices to provide protection for remote service engineers.

From the IT zone, more predictions about the future of malware with critical infrastructure being a key target along with greater reach for cyber criminals through social networking sites.

I hope you enjoy this week's newsletter

Jonathan Newell

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