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NAS Appointed Australian Distributor for WAMA CCTV Products

NAS Australia Brisbane team
NAS Australia Brisbane team

WAMA has announced the appointment of NAS Australia as its security distributor in Australia and parts of the Oceania region. 

According to WAMA, the partnership with NAS marks “the beginning of a new CCTV ecosystem in the land Down Under, bringing in cutting-edge video surveillance technologies and competitively priced solutions that will greatly benefit the security industry and end users in the market”.

“Entering the Australian market is certainly a significant step towards achieving our goal of becoming a global brand,” said Dr. Wallace Ma, Chief Executive Officer of WAMA Technology. “NAS Australia has many years of experience in the industry and we share the same vision of delivering high quality products and excellent services to the market. I am confident that our cooperation will bring many new opportunities to the WAMA ecosystem.” 

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Wed
02
Aug
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South Australian Dept of Corrections Seeks Security Suppliers, Integrators

South Australia seeks electronic security suppliers and integrators
South Australia seeks electronic security suppliers and integrators

SOUTH Australia’s Department for Correctional Services is seeking to establish a panel of suppliers and integrators to manage its electronic security systems.

According to the Department of Corrections, there is a requirement for licensed suppliers with the knowledge and skills to manage the maintenance and break down repairs of the existing systems and the interface between any additional systems deployed.

The tender closes on September 5. ♦

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Wed
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Aug
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Behaviour Analytics Tech House Securonix Expands into Australia

Behaviour analytics expanding operational possibilities
Behaviour analytics expanding operational possibilities

USER Behaviour Analytics security firm, Securonix, has expanded into Australia with the opening of its first operational base in Sydney.

The company’s market-leading technology detects malicious behaviour within an organisation or network in real-time. The launch in Sydney follows on the heels of the company launching in Singapore as part of a concerted global expansion.
 
Founded in 2008, Securonix pioneered the use of user and entity behaviour analytics (UEBA). It is the only purpose-built Security Intelligence Platform that relies on signature-less technology for the detection, monitoring, investigation and management of malicious behaviour within an organisation and/or its network in real-time.
 

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Wed
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Aug
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Vision-Box To Provide Australian Airports World’s First Contactless Customs

Australian airports in world first biometric customs process
Australian airports in world first biometric customs process

VISION-Box has entered into a contract with the Australian Government to deliver the world’s first automated ‘contactless’ traveller clearance processes for people arriving in Australia by air at all international airports.

This contract is part of the Seamless Traveller program, which began in 2015 after the Australian Government selected the company to provide biometric border control SmartGates at all Airports’ departures.

The 3-year contract will deliver the next generation of Automated Border Control passenger-processing technology. Vision Box’s latest innovations will assist the Australian Department of Immigration and Border Protection to collect and verify biometric data from all passengers arriving at Australian International Airports.

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Jul
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Genetec Releases Targeted Solutions at Security 2017

Genetec solutions protect and support everyday operations
Genetec solutions protect and support everyday operations

Genetec demonstrated its latest innovative unified physical security technologies that help integrators and end-users in transit, airports, enterprise, education, retail and government ‘Protect the Everyday’. 

Products displayed included Security Center 5.6, the latest version of its unified, open architecture IP security platform. With many new features including an HTML5 web client and enhanced Ersi mapping interface in Plan Manager, Security Center 5.6 also supports the most current ‘Security of Security’ hardening measures and standards for authentication, authorisation, and encryption.
 

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Tue
25
Jul
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Security 2017: Scenes From Setup - See you Tomorrow!

See you tomorrow at Security 2017
See you tomorrow at Security 2017

DON'T miss Security 2017 - Australia's biggest security exhibition and conference, back at the sparkling new exhibition centre at Darling Harbour in Sydney for the first time in many years. See you there, security people!

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Tue
25
Jul
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ADT May Have $15 Billion IPO in 2018: Reports

Apollo may see $8 billion return within 2 years
Apollo may see $8 billion return within 2 years

WALL Street Journal has cited anonymous reports that private-equity firm Apollo is planning a $US15 billion IPO next year after buying the company in 2016 for $7 billion.

Reuters said it would be the largest private equity-backed initial public offering since Hilton Worldwide Holdings went public at $19.7 billion in 2013.

ADT has 20,000 staff across nearly 300 locations and serves 7 million customers, with 2 million connected through the ADT Pulse app. The blue sky valuation of this IPO certainly suggests the cloud-based business model now has serious commercial traction. ♦

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Tue
25
Jul
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See You at Security 2017, Darling Harbour, Tomorrow!

See you tomorrow at Security 2017!
See you tomorrow at Security 2017!

SECURITY 2017 opens tomorrow at 9.30am and runs till Friday - see the latest electronic and physical security solutions - Australia's largest security expo - don't miss it!

Pre-register here to save time at registration desk, or just walk up! ♦

 

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Fri
21
Jul
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Ian Fuller Joins Sektor Australia as National Systems Manager

Ian Fuller, national systems manager, Sektor Australia
Ian Fuller, national systems manager, Sektor Australia

IAN Fuller has joined Sektor Australia in the position of national systems manager.

“Ian’s deep industry experience adds a valuable dimension to Sektor’s security initiatives,” said Tom Kinkade, Sektor Australia’s security business manager. “With his unique skills and experience, Ian will play a pivotal role in taking our business to the next level. We are proud to welcome Ian to the Green Machine!” 
 
Fuller completed a bachelor’s degree (Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering) before commencing a 23-year career in electronic security excelling in senior roles with Hills/Pacific Communications and Q Security Systems. 

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Fri
21
Jul
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New National Distributor SensaTek Launches in Australia

Bill Barbagiannakos, managing director, SensaTek
Bill Barbagiannakos, managing director, SensaTek

A NEW national electronic security distribution company, SensaTek, has been launched in Australia, with staff, offices and warehousing in each state. 

According to Bill Barbagiannakos, managing director, SensaTek is a boutique electronic security distribution company that will offer a quality range of electronic security and data networking solutions, as well as a high level of support to integrators, resellers and design assistance to consultants.  

“Forming a partnership with APCD – visit us at www.apcd.com.au - has given SensaTek nationwide coverage in all states,” Barbagiannakos said. “The collaboration is a perfect fit for IT enterprise and security surveillance industry converging to form the total solution. 

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