Recent Security press releases & news

[PRESSWIRE] Mainz-Kastel, Germany - 27 June, 2019 -- As part of a 2019 plan of renewal under new management, German identity verification company verify-u AG has completed the registration change to verify-u GmbH.

[PRESSWIRE] OCEANSIDE, Calif., June 4, 2019 -- FoxFury Lighting Solutions introduces its new Rugo™ 2 Drone & Camera Light.

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[PRESSWIRE] Italy - 01 February, 2019 -- Women Motors Bootcamp, female only event and campus, 8-9-10 march, Boscomantico Airport (Verona) Italy.

 [PRESSWIRE] DUBLIN and BERLIN, June 19, 2018 -- With the good weather comes the start of the classic car season. A new trend amongst vintage car owners this year is internet cameras.

[PRESSWIRE] Guildford (UK) - 09 April 2018 -- OMNI (Overseas Moving Network International) has become the first mobility commercial network in the world to have 100% of its members, and their supply chains, vetted for risk and compliance through a third party.  This provides all OMNI’s customers – corporate, Relocation Management Companies (RMC), trade and private – with the best possible assurance that the entire OMNI network is free from compliance concerns.

 [PRESSWIRE] STOCKHOLM, Jan 2, 2018 -- Securitas has acquired all shares in the security solutions company Süddeutsche Bewachung in Germany. Enterprise value is estimated to MSEK 80 (MEUR 8.2).

[PRESSWIRE] POZNAN, Poland, December 18, 2017 -- FIBARO Intercom supports high quality video calls and allows for remote home management, as well as improving household security and providing peace of mind

 [PRESSWIRE] LONDON, October 16, 2017 -- The public overestimates the extent of serious problems faced by former Armed Forces personnel, according to new research from Lord Ashcroft, the Prime Minister's Special Representative on Veterans' Transition.

[PRESSWIRE] NEW YORK, LONDON & SINGAPORE - 20 February, 2017 -- Global risk management and crisis response consultancy, NYA International, has announced the appointments of Tim Lambon as Director of Crisis Response and James Chiacchia as Regional Operations Director (Americas). The positions are the latest appointments following the company’s expansion into regional offices in New York and Singapore last year.

[PRESSWIRE] LONDON - 18 January, 2017 -- The percentage of global kidnappings in Asia increased 10% last year compared to 2015, meaning the region retained the highest concentration of incidents worldwide (44%). By comparison, the proportion of worldwide kidnappings decreased to just 4% in the Middle East, despite the significant presence of extremist and organised criminal groups. These were some of the key findings of NYA International’s Global Threat Map 2017 which is released today.