SecurityNewsDesk newspaper ready for April launch

SecurityNewsDesk-Newspaper

*IFSEC Edition now in production, with an advertising deadline of 19th April. Want to be involved? Get in touch today on 01543 250456 or email sales@securitynewsdesk.com*

SecurityNewsDesk, the newspaper for the security industry, is officially launching in April.

SecurityNewsDesk builds on the growing popularity of SecurityNewsDesk.com and answers a need in the security industry for a professional, independent news-led publication that focuses on all aspects of the profession.

SecurityNewsDesk newspaper aims to challenge the reader and the industry, to provoke a conversation about the nature and future of security around the world.

SecurityNewsDesk is available in print with a digital version suitable for all web browsers and tablets. The size of the newspaper is A3, creating a new, more flexible and dynamic format for the industry which readers will find more appealing to read.

The SecurityNewsDesk launch issue includes features on:

  • CCTV
  • Access Control
  • Churches and places of worship
  • Banking
  • Surveillance drones
  • A special focus on the Asia market

For a limited time, subscription to the newspaper is half price. The normal subscription fee after the promotional period is £39.99 per year for the UK and £54.99 for International addresses. (NOTE: online subscription requires payment via PayPal, if you don’t have a PayPal account please contact us at subscribe@securitynewsdesk.com)

In Issue 2 readers can enjoy an IFSEC Preview, with features on video analytics and video content analysis, port and airport security and a regional focus on the Middle East market.

If you’d like to advertise in Issue 2, please contact peter@securitynewsdesk.com

For editorial enquiries, please contact editor@securitynewsdesk.com

The print publication will be circulated to 6,000 named individuals in the UK security industry. The electronic and online versions will be free to access.

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