Event details

When you need real time information with precise location data about when and where an incident is occurring, traditional Perimeter Intrusion Detection Solutions (PIDS) can let you down. Fiber optic based Distributed Acoustic Sensing (DAS) systems offer the highest levels of detection with extensive nuisance alarm mitigation, ensuring security operators have the most up-to-date and accurate information at their fingertips.

Join us as we look at how the latest generation fiber optic PIDS outperforms alternative technologies, improving site security, reducing time wasting nuisance alarms and ensuring operator confidence remain high. The webinar will also focus on the advantages of exceptional location accuracy, low maintenance solutions and the cost savings that fiber-based systems can offer.

We will also discuss how PIDS can integrate into wider security solutions, ensuring a seamless user experience. We’ll cover all types of sites from small pumping stations through to extended borders and airports with a particular focus on the main technical advantages of fiber optic based solutions and how they improve site risk mitigation.

All attendees will receive CPD points.

Please note by registering you agree to be contacted by the organiser (Western Business Media Ltd) and the event sponsor.

If you have any issues registering contact us on marketing@westernbusiness.media or call on
01342 314 300 
Mark Horton

Mark Horton

Vice President


Mark has more than thirty years’ experience in security and technology sectors across a variety of markets including Africa, Europe, MENA and Asia Pacific. Having initially joined the industry in a technical role, Mark quickly progressed through operational, project management and consultancy roles to business development, strategy, and sales.
Mark was previously Global Sales & Marketing Director for a risk management PLC. He led the sales team on the implementation of the company’s global growth strategy utilising a range of fibre optic detection and sensing solutions. Prior to this Mark was an executive for the global security company G4S. Here, he was focused on developing the groups regional and global technology strategies.
Brian Sims

Brian Sims


Western Business Media

Brian has served as the Editor of Security Matters since March 2020 having previously occupied the same role for two other titles (namely Security Management Today and Risk UK) at, respectively, UBM and Pro-Activ Publications. Joining the world of security journalism back in 2000 after a decade of writing for an engineering title (ie Building Services Journal, the official journal of the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers), Brian – who’s an Honours graduate of the University of Liverpool – has since won several industry awards, among them the British Security Industry Association’s Chairman’s Award for ‘Promoting The Security Industry’ and the Skills for Security Special Award for an ‘Outstanding Contribution to the Security Business Sector’. Further, he has twice been a nominated finalist for the prestigious George van Schalkwyk Award bestowed by The Security Institute, an organisation of which he is an Honorary Fellow.


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