IC2 security services are a turnkey solution provider of CCTV security installation, digital recording and access control systems who have an enviable reputation for delivering excellence within the field of electronic security. We design, install and service CCTV security services, digital recording and access control systems giving you the peace of mind that all your requirements can be catered for by one company.

Contact Details

  City Greenwich
  Postcode SE10 0RT
  Address 14 Angerstein Business Park, Horn Lane
  Phone Number 0203 747 1800

Products & Services

Service and Maintenance

IC2 offers quarterly maintenance visits, which are carried out by highly skilled engineers to make sure youre always getting the most out of your systems. Your security is no use if its not working, and we pride ourselves on our aftercare which ensures the effectiveness and prolonged durability of your system.

We provide a great range of service and maintenance packages that verify that your system is always adhering to the latest Home Office and Data Protection guidelines.

Intruder Alarms

Safeguard against forced entry to your premises to protect your physical and intellectual property.

iC2 intruder alarms protect sites and buildings from intruders and unwanted visitors. Intruder alarms typically have sensors at entry points to buildings such as doors and windows. Sensors can also detect motion and be placed under foot to detect people walking through or standing in areas that need to be protected.


Networking is the foundation for a truly integrated security solution that lets you properly safeguard people, premises and property.

Networking enables the individual components of your security systems to talk to each other, providing the connectivity essential for creating a truly integrated security solution. iC2 networking services may utilise wireless or cat5e cabling, or a combination of the two to deliver seamless IP based networking for security, telephony and computing.

CCTV Installation & Supply

Closed circuit television is essential if youre serious about protecting your people, premises and property.

CCTV has seen incredible advances in recent years, transforming its capability out of all recognition. These advances significantly improve security performance and vastly reduce installation and maintenance costs.

Higher resolution cameras with up to 30 megapixel CCDs using CMOS chipsets
Wireless networking capability to link cameras to controllers and recording devices
Improved image fidelity as reduced storage costs eliminate the need for compression

Access Control

Electronic access control provides ease of use and flexibility when compared with key-based systems.

Access control lets you manage entry and exit to your site and buildings through doors, revolving doors, turnstiles, gates and barriers. The systems are also deployed to manage access to secure or areas of high sensitivity within your buildings.
Access control lets you operate entrances and exits by any of the following:

Entering a code into a keypad
Presenting a key fob or token
Swiping a card

Social Activity

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#Security Tip: Security lighting is a good way to deter thieves from approaching your property
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Exciting news! iC2 has been nominated for the Security & Fire Excellence Awards 2016 https://t.co/6q8YLcJEuq
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