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June 15th, 2020   |  
Network Security

Cyber attacks are becoming more and more commonplace, and it’s vital that you secure your business against both digital and physical threats. Learn more about how you can prevent these attacks.

June 5th, 2020   |  
Network Security

Without Cybersecurity and Data Protection, users working from home have become the ideal candidates for cybercriminals, resulting in devastating cyberattacks to companies all over the UK. As if the coronavirus isn’t enough, many of our home networks are getting infected with malware due to hackers sneaking through our personal VPNs without knowing. We show you […]

May 14th, 2020   |  
Access Control Network Security News

Minimise human interaction with a Visitor Management System protects your workplace from visitors entering the premises. That may be a contractor, a consultant, a delivery person or even your nan! Anyone coming into your place of work, who is not a full-time employee is a visitor and keeping COVID-19 victims and intruders at bay is […]

May 7th, 2020   |  
Access Control CCTV Network Security News

Knowing how many people are in one place, at any time is becoming an increasing demand due to the outbreak of COVID-19. With social distancing measures in place and limited access to the local supermarket including other retail locations; The Occupancy Estimator Technology gives you real-time data on how many people are in any area, […]

April 7th, 2020   |  
CCTV Network Security News

The world is demanding solutions to the current epidemic regarding COVID-19; at DIS we have one of them. There are many signs of someone potentially having a virus such as COVID-19 and one of them is a high fever. With our Thermal Fever Screening Solution, we can provide instant data on multiple body temperatures with […]

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