Tag: security


Fans do a Wembley at UEFA spectacle

Organizers of Champions League Final did not learn from Wembley

As France faces flak for the chaotic mismanagement of the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) Champions League final, the country’s Sports Minister Amelie Oudea-Castera told newsmen on May 30th that a massive ticket fraud and unruly Premier League club Liverpool F.C. (UK) fans were to... » Read more


UK prescription for venues on terror attacks

UK to outline new security measures for venues

Plans to impose a legal duty on venues to provide security against terror attacks have been described as “a giant leap forward in the right direction” by the mother of a man killed in the Manchester Arena (UK) bombing. ‘The National News’ stated that a consultation has been examining the... » Read more


Dubai foolproof security for cricket show

Highest level of security during T20 World Cup

Dubai (UAE) is girding up its loins and is pulling out all stops to ensure that the highest level of security is maintained for the forthcoming cricket extravaganza. The ‘Khaleej Times’ stated that Major General Abdullah Ali Al Ghaithi, Director, General Department of Protective Security and... » Read more


UROS LIVE-Abloy to bolster security quotient

Abloy will give access to Uros Live Arena

Tampere’s (Finland) UROS LIVE Arena has chosen Abloy Oy – a leader in security and locking – as its partner for security solutions. With this partnership, Europe’s most modern event arena will provide world-class access. This opens up new possibilities for the users of the... » Read more


Tokyo 2020 Olympics hold off causing ripple effect

Tokyo 2020 additional costs

Tokyo 2020 head honcho Toshiro Muto acknowledged recently that owing to the rescheduling of the Summer Olympic Games to 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic, the organizers are facing “massive” additional costs in securing the facilities where the events will be held in the future. The Tokyo... » Read more


Tokyo 2020 Olympics to use facial recognition for security

Tokyo 2020 facial recognition

Tokyo 2020 will be the first Olympics to use facial recognition technology to increase security around all venues, the organizers have announced, according to a Reuters report. Games organizers have linked up with Japanese telecommunications and information technology giant NEC to develop the... » Read more


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