ASIAL

Submitted on August 24, 2022 | John Adams
Comvision, Kabam Best New Products ♦ Comvision, Kabam best new products – Comvision’s Appvision PSIM has taken out the Security 2022 Best New Product Award, sponsored by Daelibs, presented at ASIAL’s Gala Dinner at the Integrate & Security Expo last...
Submitted on June 23, 2022 | John Adams
Australia’s First AV and Security Combined Event ♦ Asia Pacific’s best AV Integration and Security events are being held together at Sydney’s ICC from 17-19 August, 2022. The Integrate Expo and the Security Exhibition and Conference have been co-located to...
Submitted on June 9, 2022 | John Adams
ASIAL Makes Case For National Regulator ♦ ASIAL Makes Case For National Regulator – Australia’s peak body for the $A11 billion, 180,000 person security industry, ASIAL, argues that patchwork state regulations on security licenses, which vary in relation to criminal...
Submitted on December 2, 2021 | John Adams
Vlado Damjanovski is partnering with Australia’s national security association, ASIAL, on the publication of his final book on video surveillance. “It is with great excitement that I announce my commitment for a new book - after working in the industry...
Submitted on October 29, 2021 | John Adams
Gallagher has won the Security Equipment Manufacturer/Distributor award at the 2021 Australian Security Industry Awards. The Australian Security Industry Association (ASIAL) awards recognize exceptional individuals and organizations which have demonstrated excellence and innovation within the security industry. Gallagher’s General Manager...
Submitted on September 24, 2021 | John Adams
Australia is focussed on COVID-19 but cyberattacks, terrorism and civil unrest could rattle our world at any moment, writes ASIAL’s Steve Cropper*, who argues a key element of security industry response must be conherent national industry regulation. Australia will not...
Submitted on September 7, 2021 | John Adams
ASIAL is calling on the security industry to unite against COVID-19 by getting vaccinated. Given the important frontline role performed by security personnel in keeping the community safe, this is a vital safety issue and vaccination provides a way that...
Submitted on July 15, 2021 | John Adams
Australian Security companies are on a hiring frenzy, with a record-breaking number of jobs now up for grabs. But as demand for security services continues to surge upwards, employers are struggling to find suitably qualified staff to fill available roles,...
Submitted on March 30, 2021 | John Adams
More than a third of Australians (36 per cent) feel unsafe during daylight hours, rising to 53 per cent after dark with cybercrime top of the list of national safety concerns according to the inaugural Australian Security Confidence Index (ASCI),...
Submitted on February 22, 2021 | John Adams
ASIAL is undertaking a major research initiative - Horizon 2025 - which seeks to set out a clear roadmap for industry, government and users of security services to develop an innovative, responsive, professional and respected industry. “As part of this...
Submitted on November 2, 2020 | John Adams
ASIAL is working on a subcontracting code of practise to fight sham subcontracts in the security industry. The code of practice will provide guidance for all ASIAL members who use other security businesses as subcontractors to provide additional security staff...
Submitted on October 28, 2020 | John Adams
Genetec has received Class 5 Capability Certification from ASIAL for the Synergis IX access control solution. The Synergis IX range of hardware devices were specifically created for the Australia and New Zealand market to work with the Genetec Security Center...
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