Security Special: How to get involved in PCR’s October issue

The next print issue of PCR is going to be our Security Special, which will hit desks at the beginning of October.

We will be covering a range of security-themed topics from the latest products to the changing security landscape, and we would like to hear from retailers, distributors, vendors and businesses that can contribute to the discussion.

Here’s how you can get involved:

Sector Guide: Security Hardware (CCTV, smart cameras, smart locks, secure USB drives etc)

Sector Guide: Security Software (consumer and small business licenses)

If you are a vendor or distributor of security hardware and/or software, you can submit products to be included in these sector guide.

Feature: The Future of Security

If you are a security vendor, distributor, business or analyst that would like to offer a comment on how are the security landscape may evolve in the next 5 years, we would love to hear from you.

Feature: Securing the Smart Home

If you are a Smart Home product vendor or a security company knowledgeable about smart products, we would love to hear your thoughts on how consumers can make sure these products are secure.

Events, Appointments and Charity News

Whether you’re a retailer, distributor, service provider, vendor, charity or trade body, if you have an upcoming event, any new appointments, or any charity news, we would love to include them in our next issue. You make PCR what it is and we want to celebrate and highlight all the great work that the tech retail industry does!

If you would like to be considered for any of these features, email Laura Barnes at before 13th September.

Advertising in mag and during the Security Spotlight

If you would like to get involved commercially in this issue there is still time. Please contact Sarah Goldhawk on or Gurpreet Purewal on to find out more.

We will also be running a Security Spotlight online throughout October, where lots of content will be focussed on security-related issues. To get involved, contact Sarah and Gurpreet. 

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