The event signals CriticalArc’s commitment to improving business continuity, risk management and emergency planning for higher education institutions
BIRMINGHAM, UNITED KINGDOM, 14 OCTOBER 2014 – CriticalArc, the innovators of the revolutionary distributed command and control solution, SafeZone™ today announced their exclusive sponsorship of this year’s HEBCoN Conference from the 23rd to 24th October at Weetwood Hall, Leeds. The annual event sees HEBCoN members come together from Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) across the UK and Ireland who are committed to sharing and promoting good practice in Business Continuity Management (BCM), risk management and emergency planning.
New identity reflects the company’s rapid growth with new product features signalling increase in demand for distributed command and control
CriticalArc today announced a revamped identity along with significant new SafeZone product features. The re-branding follows a period of expansion for the Australian-based security technology business, in particular across Europe, the Middle East and Asia. The re-branding also includes a new website using the new visual identity.
SafeZone represents a disruptive new technology that meets an increased demand for efficient and effective security operations.
CriticalArc, an Australian-based security technology company, has announced the appointment of Darren Chalmers-Stevens to the role of Director, EMEA and the inauguration of its Europe, Middle East, and Africa operations. The expansion marks the launch of CriticalArc’s distributed command and control solution, SafeZone, to the region.
CriticalArc Pty Ltd announced today that it is launching SafeZone, its unique campus safety solution at four more universities in Australia. Only a little more than 18 months after SafeZone was first released, 15% of Australian universities are now using SafeZone.
Deakin University, RMIT University, University of South Australia and Queensland University of Technology have joined the University of Wollongong and Curtin University in offering SafeZone to more than a quarter of a million students, staff and visitors for the 2014 academic year.
CriticalArc, maker of the revolutionary SafeZone Security and Safety System, has raised $1M to fund international expansion from Commercialisation Australia, the Hunter Angels and Sydney Angels.
SafeZone is the first product of its kind and CriticalArc has spent the last twelve months confirming international demand for the product. Glenn Farrant, co-founder said, “There is a huge demand for SafeZone. We clearly have the opportunity to change the way security and safety is managed and to disrupt the major security systems vendors in the process. These funds will allow us to take advantage of this significant opportunity.”