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Security Today Knowledge Summit 2017, emphasises need to balance technology and manpower

web-post November 17, 2017

The Security Today Knowledge Summit 2017 , a premier conference of the private security industry, this year sought to find a solution to the raging debate on just how much security technology is needed when compared to manpower security to ensure a secure nation. A large gathering of security professionals gathered at the Sheraton Hotel,… Continue Reading »

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US embassy in Moscow hires security firm of former Russian spy

web-post November 17, 2017

The US embassy in Moscow is to be guarded by a company owned by a former head of KGB counterintelligence who worked with British double agent Kim Philby and young Vladimir Putin, after cuts to US staff demanded by Russia. Elite Security Holdings was awarded a $2.83 million contract to provide “local guard services for… Continue Reading »

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FICCI-PwC release report on private security industry

web-post November 17, 2017

A FICCI-PwC report, titled ‘Indian private security industry: Preparing for the next leap’ was released by Shri Dharmendra Pradhan, Minister of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Government of India, at the fifth edition of FICCI’s Private Security Industry Conclave 2017. The report presents an in-depth analysis of the Indian private security industry, covering its major service… Continue Reading »

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China dominates global physical security market

web-post November 17, 2017

The recently published IHS Markit Physical Security Equipment & Services Report estimates that the global market for physical security equipment totaled US$29.2 billion in 2016. This represents a $1.6 billion (5.8 percent) increase from 2015. Included in this estimate are the following equipment types: video surveillance, access control, intruder alarms, entrance control (pedestrian and vehicle),… Continue Reading »

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UP traffic cops to don blue trousers again

web-post November 16, 2017

Uttar Pradesh Traffic Police will once again don blue trousers instead of the existing khaki. “At a meeting with the DGP, it was unanimously decided by officers to change the colour of khaki trousers to blue. It has been done to give the traffic police a separate identify,” a senior official said. Now traffic cops… Continue Reading »



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