STANLEY Security, one of the UK’s leading security providers, is pleased to announce the appointment of Gboyega Obafemi, known as Femi, as Managing Director for Great Britain. Femi will be responsible for accelerating growth in Great Britain and driving STANLEY Security’s XaaS product strategy. Femi has an impressive career to date with leading multi-national names, such as Philips, Siemens, GE, Toshiba-Carrier and Watts Water Technologies in UK, Europe and Japan, bringing with him significant commercial and operational experience.
What are the security trends, challenges and opportunities that may impact organisations in 2021? We’re witnessing one of the biggest transformations of security in history.
In our latest blog, STANLEY Security’s Michael Heasman, UK Fire Product Manager SME, looks at the increasing threat of arson in our schools and the considerable cost in dealing with the damage and potential danger to life. Fire detection systems are required in schools, but with arson on the increase, schools that are most at risk need to think about preventative measures as well.
Webinar: Thursday 11th February 2021 - 11-12 pm Join STANLEY Security for the next generation webinar and ﬁnd out how to create a secure, safe, healthy and efﬁcient business environment. Hear from our industry experts about: Getting your premises technology ready Future-proofing your security technology Meeting Government guidelines with touchless access control Get more from your security budget with remote monitoring Creating a seamless security experience through integration Managing a remote workforce through the cloud Working examples of businesses already beneﬁting from these solutions Solutions include: Remote Monitoring - a clever combination of CCTV, Access Control, intercoms and Remote Monitoring to take over the duties of security guards, all at a fraction of the cost. Managed Services - protect your people; safeguard your assets; secure your networks; and manage your operations. Speakers: Gboyega Obafemi General Manager UK STANLEY Security Chris Coughlin Product Manager STANLEY Security Daniel Hindley Commercial Director STANLEY Security Ashley Hickling National SaaS Manager STANLEY Security Register now and you’ll be guaranteed to take away a new perspective on security, health and safety and operations for your business. REGISTER HERE
Educational establishments come in all shapes and sizes, from small nurseries through to large, multi-campus universities. Whilst one security solution will never meet the needs of all these varied sites, there are common shared requirements and trends within the educational sector, from the move towards technologies to aid in emergency lockdowns, through to the need for system integration. In our latest blog, STANLEY Security Matthew Blakey, General Manager - SME identifies these common factors and looks at the security technologies – existing and new - that are best placed to keep staff and students safe.
When implementing a new access control system there are several factors to consider that will affect the complexity and cost of the solution. The questions below will help you to think about what you may need, and our access control team will be happy to discuss these further with you.
STANLEY Security announces security technician scholarships as part of October’s Stanley Black & Decker’s ‘Maker Month’ STANLEY Security, one of the UK’s leading security providers, is pleased to be part of Stanley Black & Decker annual ‘Maker Month’ celebration this October, recognising Security Technicians. Maker Month is dedicated to recognising those who make things, be it products, solutions or innovations, with Security Technicians being the makers of safer, healthier and more efficient environments.
A multi-layered approach to security Businesses are increasingly placing operations outside traditional IT into the data centre driven by trends like big data and the advent of the Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence and cloud computing. This is driving ever more complex data center business and operating models and changing their risk profiles dramatically. Here we look at some of the key security considerations for data centre owners and operators in 2020 and beyond.
How to reduce your security guard budget, whilst maintaining the same level of security If you run or own a site that has a number of vehicles entering and exiting regularly, such as a depot or warehouse, then there’s a good chance you have a gatehouse of some description manned with security personnel. They are primarily in place to ensure only authorised vehicles access the site. Unless you have vehicles moving in and out at all times, for the most part these security guards have little to do. You can’t really allocate many additional responsibilities to them as they need to be present and ready to intercept and authenticate the next vehicle that arrives or leaves.