Vitaprotech Announces Delphine Guerrier as CEO EMEA: A Visionary Management for a Stronger Growth.

Vitaprotech has announced the appointment of Delphine Guerrier as CEO for the EMEA region (Europe, Middle East and Africa). With many years’ experience in the general management of major international groups in the security industry, Delphine Guerrier brings Vitaprotech significant expertise and a strategic vision to propel the group towards new challenges.

Vitaprotech group, a leading European provider of electronic security solutions, announces the signing of a stock and asset purchase agreement with Identiv (Nasdaq: INVE), to acquire its Security Business for $145m.

With the support of Seven2 and BPIfrance, Vitaprotech announces the signing of a stock and asset purchase agreement to acquire the physical security, access card and identity reader operations and assets of Identiv, a global digital security and identification leader in the Internet of Things (IoT). The acquisition marks a significant milestone for Vitaprotech, materially […]

Thibaut Galland appointed Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the Vitaprotech Group in the UK

The Vitaprotech Group announce the appointment of Mr. Thibaut Galland as Chief Operating Officer (COO) for the United Kingdom, effective September 1, 2023. This appointment reflects the Group’s firm commitment to strengthening its international presence, with a particular focus on this strategic region, endowed with a promising market and close cultural and geographical links with France.

TDSi Celebrates 40 Years of its Secure Access Control Excellence

Integrated security manufacturer TDSi is celebrating its 40 years of innovation, design, and manufacturing excellence. As the company enters its fifth decade it continues to lead the market with its flagship GARDiS range of integrated software and hardware products for fully secure access control. TDSi was launched on 2nd August 1982 as Time & Data Systems (International) to produce and supply a new type of infrared swipe card reader which had been invented by a development team that had previously worked for a division of IBM.