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The Surveillance Camera Code of Practice The Surveillance Camera Code of Practice Principle 2 states that; “The use of a surveillance camera system must take into account its effect on individuals and their privacy, with regular reviews to ensure its use remains justified” (source). The [...]
What is a Personal Injury Claim? The term “slip and fall" is used for a personal injury case in which a person slips or trips and falls, and is then injured on someone else's property, or premises. These cases usually fall under an umbrella of [...]
This blog post offers guidance for individuals / organisations looking for steps that they can take to ensure that their CCTV system is ICO compliant; including the installation, management, operation, public awareness and signage of your organisation’s CCTV system. Step 1: Installation Perform a [...]
How Much are Fraudulent Slips, Trips, and Falls Costing the UK Retail Sector Annually? It’s a lot More Than You Might Suspect!
Fraudulent slips, trips, and falls claims cost businesses more than half a billion a year. It is estimated that many organisations are losing around five per cent of their annual revenue to fraud (source). Audit tracking, litigation and fraudulent claims have resulted in an increased requirement [...]
The General Data Protection Regulations General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect on 25 May 2018. Under these new regulations enforced across Europe, individuals have a right to request access to personal data (subject access requests) with requests processed within 30 days at no [...]
What it is: VSaaS = Video Surveillance as a Service. Video Surveillance as a Service (VSaaS) enables users to remotely store, manage, record, play, and monitor CCTV footage in the cloud. In other words, CCTV footage is not stored onsite and users do not [...]