Unified Security’s News

  • Changes to the Aviation Transport Security Act 2004 and the Maritime and Offshore Facilities Security Act 2003 will toughen access to airports and seaports for persons with serious or organised crime convictions. Minister for Infrastructure and Transport Darren Chester said the measures will enhance the aviation and maritime security identification card (ASIC and MSIC) schemes,

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  • Wherever people gather, the potential exists for crime. This is especially true in retail locations and in particular shopping centers that attract large numbers of people. Some are there to shop and enjoy themselves, while others are there to take advantage of the crowds and go unnoticed as they engage in shoplifting. Australian retailer’s losses

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  • Small businesses have to deal with the reality that thefts and other crimes can occur on business premises. Some businesses, such as convenience stores, banks and retail stores, may be more of a target for criminals and petty thieves than other types, but a wide variety of businesses choose to hire security guards. Guards can

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  • Australians are increasingly worried by the threat of home burglary and the subsequent emotional and financial impact of a break-in. Here are the Top Ten security tips: 1. All locked up Police suggest many opportunistic thieves take advantage of unlocked homes. Even if you are going out for a short time, lock-up your house and

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  • Telstra has announced it will be closing its 2G network on 1 December 2016 (excluding Christmas Island). If you have a 2G mobile device or SIM you will need to take action before this date to continue using the Telstra Mobile Network. You will need to do one or more of the following: – Change

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