Secured by Design (SBD) has created an SBD Alarm Standard for alarm installation companies, enabling both buyers to have confidence in installers utilising the trusted ‘Police Preferred Specification’ branding and installers to utilise the branding to gain a marketing advantage.
The Product Security and Telecommunications Infrastructure Act 2022 received Royal Assent on 6th December 2022 and was enacted into law. The government have now announced that companies have a period of a year to implement the changes put forth in the legislation, with compliance required by 29th April 2024.
Police CPI will be among the exhibitors at the 2023 IFSEC International EXPO being hosted in partnership with the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) at the ExCel Arena, London between 16 and 18 May.
The 2023 Security Event heard from amazing speakers, saw the latest technologies and innovations and connected professionals from across the industry. One of the central themes of the show was the Internet of Things (IoT), with presentations and panel discussions held across the three days of the show at the Designing Out Crime Zone.
Leading provider of high security entrance control solutions and Secured by Design member company Meesons have achieved ‘preferred status’ with Overbury, the UK’s leading fit out specialist.
Timbmet Door Solutions Private Limited has joined Secured by Design (SBD), the official police security initiative.
Aluminium door and window specialist, Reynaers Aluminium UK, has renewed its membership with Secured by Design (SBD), the official police security initiative that sets a standard for safety in residential properties.
With the Product Security and Telecommunications Infrastructure Act 2022 now being enacted into law, Secured by Design (SBD) member companies have been leading the way in providing their customers with the security assurance the legislation requires.
Secured by Design member company uWatch is working with local watch groups across the UK, using its community intelligence-sharing app, WeWatch.
The National Protective Security Authority (NPSA) in collaboration with the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and Police Crime Prevention Initiatives (Police CPI) have developed a Security Overlay to provide guidance on implementing security focussed design through each RIBA Plan of Work Stage to enable informed decision making at the right time and order, to enable practical guidance on the best ways to embrace security.
With the Product Security and Telecommunications Infrastructure Act 2022 having now been enacted into law, what does this mean for the manufacturers of consumer Internet of Things (IoT) products?
Police Crime Prevention Initiatives (Police CPI) are partnering with The Security Event to once again present the ‘Designing Out Crime Zone’, which will showcase the latest techniques to reduce crime and keep local communities safe, at the NEC Birmingham from 25 – 27 April.