CCTV in Nurseries – Should you install it?
Is CCTV allowed in nurseries? CCTV in nurseries can be a divisive debate. Some believe it is a great way to increase security and safety for children. Whereas, others feel that it can be too intrusive and can sometimes be seen as an unethical form of surveillance. We assess the pros and cons to nursery cctv.
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There have been over 10 ATM robberies on both sides of the Irish border in less than 12 months, in the north and south, including the latest raid which occurred in the early hours of the 8 April in Castleblaney, Co Monaghan. The Gardaí are investigating if the spate of robberies is linked to some efforts by dissidents, such as the New IRA, to increase their resources in a bid to assist terrorist activities.
As far back as the 1950’s, people were dreaming of technology that could use fingerprints, your voice or eyes to control security systems. Back then it was a dream, but now it is a reality. There are many amazing science-fiction films and TV shows that feature biometrics, let’s take a look at some of them.
That we live in a society where vulnerable, older people are abused in a place where they should be being cared for and feel safe, is a deeply distressful state of affairs. With life expectancy at an all-time high and more people than ever ending up alone in later life, we must act now to ensure that people who live within a care home environment are treated with respect and dignity.
CCTV is part of everyone’s lives, but a climate of unease has grown up around surveillance at work. In this article, we will explore the effects of GDPR on the use of CCTV in the workplace.
How can biometric time and attendance systems bring significant benefits to businesses involved in construction?
Our new Optima biometric fingerprint reader meets the highest standard of security combining cutting-edge technology with best-in-class components
The use of CCTV as a means of preventing care home abuse was debated in Parliament last week. The debate was led by former Tory attorney general Dominic Grieve who has called for legislation to make CCTV compulsory in all care homes.
Rural crime in Ireland continues to be a hot topic of discussion. Many are blaming political indifference and the closure of numerous Garda stations. A recent report said that rural crime in Northern Ireland alone is costing 2.6 million a year. Whatever the reasons behind this apparent increase in crime, it is a situation that you can take steps to prevent by using CCTV to protect your business.
Biometrics is becoming so popular on devices like smartphones that it begs the question, will biometrics replace the password completely?