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Phillies to Install Security Bollards at Citizens Park Bank

Phillies to Install Security Bollards at Citizens Park Bank

Phillies security director Sal DeAngelis said that two years ago, the team took notice of the way terrorists were using vehicles in their attacks. They realized that they needed to update the park’s security in response.

IBM Finds Security Flaws in Visitor Check-In Systems

IBM Finds Security Flaws in Visitor Check-In Systems

“We found that you could break out of the kiosk and interact with the underlying Windows operating systems, and from there do things like drop malware or open up the database,” said Daniel Crowder, research director at the IBM X-Force Red security unit.

Tips for Conducting a Personal Online Security Audit to Protect Yourself from Threats This Year

Tips for Conducting a Personal Online Security Audit to Protect Yourself from Threats This Year

What can you do to protect your personal data in 2019?

Louisiana Prison to Undergo $1 Million Security Upgrade

Louisiana Prison to Undergo $1 Million Security Upgrade

Bossier, La. maximum-security prison to undergo sweeping security upgrades

How to Offer Mobile Convenience While Keeping Health Data Secure

How to Offer Mobile Convenience While Keeping Health Data Secure

The solution isn’t to be afraid of mobile in healthcare

TikTok Hit with Record Setting Fine for Collecting Data of Children

TikTok Hit with Record Setting Fine for Collecting Data of Children

TikTok, a popular video-sharing app, has agreed to pay $5.7 million to settle allegations that it collected data on children.

More Than Just Security

As technology has advanced, security has branched out beyond simple surveillance and intruder deterrence.



Leveraging Thermal Against Threats

Leveraging Thermal Against Threats

Artificial intelligence continues to redefine the capabilities of physical security systems and shape customer demands.

Selecting the Right Access Control System

Selecting the Right Access Control System

With a password on each computer and a cardbased access control system on the door, many businesses feel they have their bases covered when it comes to both logical and physical security.

Six Trends, Predictions and Emerging Technologies Ahead of ISC West 2019

Six Trends, Predictions and Emerging Technologies Ahead of ISC West 2019

The following predictions for ISC West 2019 dive deeper into how these innovations, among others, will help move the security industry forward.

Secure Storage in the Age of Edge Computing and the Cloud

Secure Storage in the Age of Edge Computing and the Cloud

Back when IT was dominated by on-premises data centers, storage options were fairly straightforward and securing storage resources was relatively simple compared with today’s far more complex storage landscape.

A Secure Healthcare Prescription

A Secure Healthcare Prescription

Hospitals and other healthcare facilities face unique security and surveillance challenges.

The Uberization of Security’s Business Model

The Uberization of Security’s Business Model

Companies large and small are now actively seeking a fresh approach to optimizing their physical and logical security operations and managing their risk, while capping or reducing their total cost of ownership (TCO).

Automating Critical Environments

Automating Critical Environments

As key stakeholders look to implement AI into their workflow, many find that security and safety is a commonsense place to begin.

Continued Integrity

Continued Integrity

For the County of Travis in Austin, Texas, research, dedication and the right team resulted in the perfect integrated security solution for its sprawling campus and multi-location facilities.

Creating User-Centric Citizen Identity Programs

Creating User-Centric Citizen Identity Programs

Governments are implementing innovative programs that are revolutionizing how the world looks at identity and citizenship.

Looking Beyond the Hype

Looking Beyond the Hype

The past few years have seen significant advancements in computing power. With this, machines seem to have a greater ability to learn about us and participate in our lives.

Protecting Mining and Quarry Operations

Protecting Mining and Quarry Operations

Natural resources being extracted at a mining or quarry operation not only have monetary value, but may also be critical components of medical, military, and industrial processes.

Addressing Heightened Threats

Addressing Heightened Threats

The attack on a Jewish institution comes amidst unprecedented year-over-year increases in anti-Semitic incidents and hate crimes directed against the Jewish community in North America.

INDUSTRY FOCUS

The Dark Side of the Border

Security at the southern border is critical, but let’s not talk about illegal immigration. There is an issue more compelling and serious than what you’ve been seeing in the headlines recently.

The Flaws and Dangers of Facial Recognition

The Flaws and Dangers of Facial Recognition

When dealing with airport and border security, we need databases, we need to share information and we need law enforcement.

Are You Throwing Money Away

Are You Throwing Money Away

Millions of video surveillance cameras around the world are losing money.

Double Down on Casino Security

Double Down on Casino Security

Like many gaming venues, the lighting scheme at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa in Oklahoma focuses on creating an atmosphere of fun and excitement.

Making it Work

Making it Work

The first step in any security plan is assessing the risk that could impact a company, venue and/or business sector.

INDUSTRY PROFESSIONAL

The Year of the Cloud

People are always trying to predict industry trends, but virtually all of the predicted trends I have read lately are just a subset of the benefits offered by cloud managed video.

The Future Looks a Lot Like You and Me

The Future Looks a Lot Like You and Me

From simple photo IDs of the past to 2D barcodes and the now ubiquitous use of video cameras, businesses, schools and venues are constantly looking for better ways to protect people and property.

TSA Rolls Out New Screening Measures at Miami International Airport

TSA Rolls Out New Screening Measures at Miami International Airport

"We have identified Miami as an innovation airport, which means as we bring in new technology on and we want to test it in the live environment, we bring it down to Miami," TSA Administrator David Pekoske said.

3 Key Ways You Can Use Physical Security to Mitigate the Threat of Organized Retail Theft

3 Key Ways You Can Use Physical Security to Mitigate the Threat of Organized Retail Theft

According to a National Retail Federation survey, retailers in the US alone lose almost $50 billion to theft every year.

Baton Rouge Subdivision Increases Security After Murder

Baton Rouge Subdivision Increases Security After Murder

The Sherwood Forest subdivision in Baton Rouge, La., is increasing security following a murder in the area. Last month, a 57-year-old woman was shot and killed while dropping off a friend in the neighborhood and the killer is still at large, according to the police.

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