Security Industry EMAG
SECURITY INDUSTRY E-MAG (SIEM) provided a platform upon which manufacturers and procurement budget-holders could showcase and view their products and services.
This was their website.
Content is from the site's 2013-2016 archived pages.
SECURITY INDUSTRY EMAG NOW PROMOTED ALL OVER THE WORLD...........NOW MEDIA PARTNERS TO:
With procurement personnel worldwide looking for a clear streamlined procurement strategy as a means of maximising their vast acquisition budgets, SECURITY INDUSTRY E-MAG (SIEM) provides a platform on which manufacturers and procurement budget-holders can showcase and view their products and services.
A leading quarterly E-magazine, SIEM is designed to provide up-to-the-minute news on relevant products, services and industry shows relating to security and modern defence technology, procurements and programmes , This vital information is emailed four times a year to Managing Directors, Directors, Procurement Officers & Buyers within the MOD, MOJ, the Home Office and other relevant parties. As well as to all sectors of the Security Industry, Military, Marine, Police Force and Emergency Services, Construction, together with Facilities Management and the Utilities market.
By drawing on the skill and expertise of a dedicated team of Journalists, SIEM is able to deliver a well-respected, thought-provoking insight and analysis of key topics from leading industry professionals around the world; making SIEM the No.1 source for security professionals from all corners of the globe. Current features in SIEM include the following, plus many more available to view at www.securityindustryemag.co. uk
• materials Handling
• Armoured vehicles equipment
• Engineering equipment
• Physical security
A spokesman for SIEM added: ” We are looking to build our database of readers through our team of industry researchers, as well as via our media partnership to the most relevant industry Shows and Exhibitions.”
As a user-friendly website, SIEM provides the latest reports and analysis of current international developments, covering security, counter-terrorism and public safety, through to policy and events, along with technology and industry news. As you would expect from such quality-conscious publication, the SIEM website is kept fully updated with the latest news, features and interviews.
Meeting the needs of its 21st Century readers, SIEM can be read via Tablet, iPads, Computer, PC, and iphone etc, SIEM uses the latest software to ensure readers find their chosen topic or feature quickly and easily: ” SIEM ticks all the right boxes for readers with a busy lifestyle, who can read it on a train, plane…..virtually anywhere…… at anytime 24/7.”
Advertising in SIEM enables you to gain access to over 36,000 security professionals via its’ high profile distribution; providing business to business contact and enable readers to find a quick, reliable solution to meet their specific security needs.
Relevant topics covered in SIEM include:
Transport Security Expo
Relevant topics covered in MESE include:
From the Editor: One of the most commented on articles was our post on scams and cons in the jewelry industry. The story involves much more than counterfeit products, which is also a huge problem, but focused on the outright fraud perpetrated by bad players. One of the common frauds is the sale of fake precious stones. Technology plays into this by enabling the con artists to present genuine appearing items, like diamonds that are actually synthetic fakes. So those classy cubic zirconia rings designs sold by legitimate vendors, may be repurposed as diamond rings. The scam is much more sophisticated than just making the claim - usually, real diamonds are shown, but during a bait and switch process the cz stones are substituted. But diamonds are far from the only item involved in such scams - they're just the most lucrative. And by using jewelry instead of the raw stones or cut versions, the obfuscation becomes more easily concealable.