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RFID Protect – backs Team Repli-Cast UK Racing as a main sponsor in their 2013 MCE Insurance British Superbike Championship.
Building on our positive experiences in 2012, RFID Protect has increased its level of involvement in high speed motorsport. As a main sponsor with Team Repli-Cast UK Racing we’re demonstrating our commitment to supporting new talent and backing riders that aspire to reach the upper echelons of the sport.
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RFID Protect – backing BSB British Superbike riders in 2013 (PDF 86KB)
As an official sponsor of Asher Durham and his team mate James Hobson we’re demonstrating our commitment to supporting new talent in the British 125cc class, backing young riders that aspire to reach the upper echelons of the sport.
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RFID Protect sponsors BSB British Superbike riders (PDF 36KB)
Silence is golden, or so the saying goes.
But in a world where corporate espionage and phone hacking are commonplace a space that’s shielded from electronic eavesdropping is arguably worth more than its weight in gold.
Quiet Rooms are just that – secure areas within your office or home where signals from mobile phone or electronic surveillance devices cannot penetrate. Built into the actual fabric of the building (normally at the construction stage), we offer low-impact solutions for those that really value their privacy. Outstanding performance with minimum intrusion our Quiet Rooms are a synthesis of functionality, cutting-edge technology and design excellence.
Download the Quiet Rooms promotional brochure (PDF 1.2MB)
Over the past 12 months, RFID Protect has been making new friends across Twitter, and in the process of doing so hopefully spreading useful information about how ‘contactless’ technology is being introduced and already changing lives.
We are thrilled to announce that we now have over 100 followers.
If you would like access to the very latest development in the Near Field Communications (NFC) sector why not follow us on Twitter too, click here.
It’s one of the UK’s fastest growing crimes. Identity fraud makes no distinction, and creates mayhem for individuals and businesses alike. Research suggests that even more could, and should, be done to better protect ourselves from identity fraud.
You can learn more about what’s been done to combat this growing crime here: National Identity Fraud Prevention Week (PDF 47KB)