Secured by Design support member companies as they exhibit at Dublin security conference
Secured by Design (SBD) member companies were among more than 70 exhibitors at the SecurityTwenty18 exhibition and conference hosted by Professional Security Magazine at the Red Cow Moran Hotel in Dublin yesterday, Wednesday, 5 September.
The conference brought together key people from the security industry at the hotel to discuss the latest developments and see the most recent innovations in the security sector.
Key note security industry speakers spoke about developments facing, and challenges in, the security industry.
SBD representatives were at the conference, talking with industry experts about the latest security and crime prevention developments, as well as supporting SBD member companies, seeing their latest innovations and talking with businesses interested in becoming SBD Member Companies.
SBD member companies ASSA ABLOY, Axis Communications, CSL, Jacksons Fencing, RISCO and Videx Security were showing their cutting-edge security products and providing information about their services at the conference.
ASSA ABLOY is a global supplier of intelligent lock and security solutions.
Axis Communications is the market leader in network video and innovators in video surveillance, increasing the security of millions of people worldwide and helping to meet the growing need for a smarter, safer world.
CSL provide complete end-to-end connectivity solutions for security and provide secure connectivity solutions to the fire, security and telecare sectors globally.
Jacksons Fencing is a perimeter security and access control manufacturer and supplier from sports fencing through to intruder deterrent and detection around commercial properties.
RISCO operates in the global security solutions market, developing cloud-based security, video monitoring and verification, and connected home solutions.
Videx Security is a manufacturer and supplier of door entry and access control systems in UK.
Secured by Design: Secured by Design, the national police crime prevention initiative, aim to achieve sustainable reductions in crime through design and other approaches to enable people to live in a safer society.
We work in partnership with National and Local Government, British and European standards authorities, trade associations, the construction industry, manufacturers and many other organisations to reduce crime and the fear of crime by incorporating proven crime prevention techniques into the built environment.
We have more than 200 SBD trained police officers and staff in Police Forces around the UK. These Designing Out Crime Officers work with architects, developers and local authority planners to build in tried, tested and proven crime prevention techniques at the planning stage to reduce crime and keep communities safe.
SBD seeks to reduce crime by combining minimum standards of physical security like doors, windows and locks that achieve SBD’s Police Preferred Specification standard and proven design principles of the built environment such as natural surveillance and defensible space.
Whilst police are unable to recommend specific products, SBD can act as an effective gatekeeper and signposting service to our 650+ member companies and their products, which meet our rigorous Police Preferred Specification standards.
Members’ products range from secure and robust doors, windows and locks through to cutting-edge IT products, CCTV components, and shutters and barriers. SBD is the only way for companies to obtain police accreditation for security products in the UK.
SBD developments include such iconic sites as the 2012 London Olympics, Wembley Stadium and the Welsh and Scottish Assembly buildings.
For details of our Member Companies’ accredited products visit: http://www.securedbydesign.com/members