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Royal Mail: 25% decline in letters compared to pre-pandemic

Royal Mail tight-lipped on extent of fraudulent stamp use

Royal Mail has refused to comment on how many fraudulent stamps are being detected at its sorting offices, after the Daily Telegraph claimed that fake stamps printed in China are flooding the market...

De La Rue Authentication extends Microsoft deal

De La Rue has signed a further extension of its decades-long brand protection contract with Microsoft.

Robson Print has just commissioned two new Ricoh toner presses at its Hexham factory

Robson chases security print growth

Robson Print has attained ISO 27001 certification for information security and upgraded its two Ricoh digital presses as part of a strategy to pursue more security print work.

SDG's Prism software manages the processes for accreditations like ISO 27001/2

KPM boss launches Safe Data Governance software start-up

Mailing firm boss Nigel Copp has launched a new software company, Safe Data Governance (SDG), that helps businesses manage their data security accreditation processes.

Strike planned at De La Rue polymer plant

Workers at De La Rue’s banknote polymer factory are planning a 24-hour walkout over a below inflation pay rise proposal.

Spectra Systems: expertise includes authentication

Spectra aims to take on De La Rue and CCL with Cartor deal

Security printer Cartor Holdings has been acquired in a deal worth up to £10.5m.

Integrity Print parent rebrands to better reflect group offering

The holding company that owns Integrity Print, A1 Security Print, Alliance Labels and a raft of other businesses has rebranded to better reflect the breadth of the current group.

One collaboration promises product authentication without the need for additional features

Koenig & Bauer forms three new partnerships

Koenig & Bauer has announced three new partnerships, including one with a specialist UK supplier of security technology.

Digital ID's Easybadge design software is used by more than 3,000 organisations

Data breach print supplier named

Stockport-based Digital ID has been named as the company at the centre of a cyber attack and data breach that potentially involves the details of thousands of Metropolitan Police staff.

As part of ‘Operation Fortress’ the Met replaced old-style warrant cards with a new, more secure version

Specialist print supplier at centre of Met data breach

A specialist print supplier to the Metropolitan Police is at the centre of a massive data breach apparently involving a cyber attack.