The British Standards Institution are adding a new security feature to their documents

What’s happening to BSI documents?
The British Standards Institution (BSI) is improving the digital security of it’s documents.
To do this it is adding an extra layer of security to the documents it provides access to.
The BSI will be introducing a new security feature to it’s documents from Saturday 19th December 2020.

What does this mean to you?
In order to open documents from the BSI, such as those in our British Standards Online Collection, you will need to have a security plug-in installed on your device.
Once the plug-in is installed you should find that your access and use of these documents will be done as quickly and efficiently as before.

What do you need to do?
To access electronic BSI documents you will need to install the FileOpen plug-in.
You will also need to make sure you Adobe Acrobat or Reader installed in order to view any documents.

How do I get the plug-in?
To download and install the FileOpen plug-in you will need to visit the FileOpen site to get it.
If you are using a College laptop or device you may need to contact IT Services.

Find our more
You can find out more details and a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) at the BSI’s website.

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