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Cisco Agrees to Pay Over $8 Million For Selling Video Surveillance System with Technical Flaws

Experts believe Cisco’s payout to a whistleblower could set a precedent for future lawsuits against vendors who sell products with security vulnerabilities.

Resideo Names Bob Appleby Vice President and General Manager of ADI North America

In his new role, Appleby will oversee all of ADI North America’s business operations across the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico

Overcoming the Challenges of SecOps Implementation

Overcoming the Challenges of SecOps Implementation

Security Operations shifts security to the left to ensure that security is met at every level, making it both a necessity and a challenge.

Pelco Provides Meaningful Cybersecurity

At the Cyber:Secured Forum in Dallas, two Pelco employees broke down the "culture shift" from physical to cyber issues in the security industry.

ASIS Announces New Keynote Speaker for GSX 2019

Dr. Ian Bremmer, Expert on Global Geopolitics and Political Risk, to Open Conference

A New Age in Corporate Accountability for Data Breaches

Why corporations owe it to you and society as a whole to stop data breaches and fraud

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10 Simple Steps to Take Right Now to Secure Your Business WiFi Network

Conducting regular maintenance and updates are the easiest ways to secure your corporate WiFi network

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After Gilroy Garlic Festival Shooting, Chicago Ramps Up Security Measures at Lollapalooza 2019

Public safety is a key concern for the music festival, which draws hundreds of thousands to Chicago’s Grant Park each year.



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Combating Third-Party Excuses to Your Information Security Requests

How to rebut the common (and illegitimate) excuses used by third-parties for not complying with your information security due diligence requests

At Cyber:Secured Forum, Cyber and Physical Security Professionals Tackle Integration Challenges

One topic seemed to dominate this year’s conference: the ongoing challenges of integrating physical security technologies with cybersecurity products.

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United Airlines to Expand Biometric Screenings Through CLEAR Partnership

The partnership between the airline and the security company will also offer discounted and free CLEAR memberships to United rewards members.

Changing the SIEM Game

For many companies, deploying security information and event monitoring (SIEM) technology to strengthen the ability to identify potential security threats has been an unreachable goal.

Relying on Power

Relying on Power

Mohegan Sun is a premier gaming and resort destination covering 185 acres of reservation land along the banks of the Thames River in the foothills of southeastern Connecticut. First opened on Oct. 12, 1996, Mohegan Sun can truly be classified as a mega- resort.

Shielding the Attendees

Shielding the Attendees

By their very nature, terrorist attacks and errant drivers, who can also create untold damage, are unpredictable and predicated on surprise.

A Winning Security Plan

A Winning Security Plan

In the world of sports, oftentimes there’s as much action in the stands as there is on the floor. That’s why the Milwaukee Bucks felt it was so important to design their new stadium with a network of security cameras to safeguard the welfare of players and fans alike.

Moving to the Door

Moving to the Door

Biometrics have rapidly expanded into our daily lives, as millions of people use fingerprints to unlock their mobile phones, access cash through ATMs, and verify their identity in a growing range of use cases.

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Ready Set Tackle

Being a TSA agent at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport doesn’t mean you have to understand the game of football or does it?

Gaining Customer Trust

Gaining Customer Trust

Recent years have confirmed that data breaches are here to stay. Breaches are growing both in intensity and frequency.

Advanced VMS and Analytics

The shipping industry is being tasked to improve productivity, increase speed of operations and mitigate risk from new and potentially devastating forms of attack from both external and internal potential threats.

Doyle Security Products provides Midwestern presence for ABLOY USA’s Distributor Network

The Minnesota locksmith wholesale company is the latest to join the ABLOY USA distributor network.

Protecting His House

Protecting His House

Criminals often view houses of worship as soft targets. The mission of these groups needn’t change but for the safety of clergy and congregants, leaders must commit to hardening their facilities against those that would do them harm.

Thermal Imagers Deployed

Thermal Imagers Deployed

Dominion Nickel Alloys Ltd. operates on a global scale. Dominion specializes in the purchasing, sorting, processing, and marketing of a broad range of high temperature and specialty nickel-based alloys.

Safe in Sound

While video surveillance often takes center stage in security deployments, equally as important is audio.

Plan Might Have a Weakness

Plan Might Have a Weakness

Cybersecurity and physical security no longer exist in two different worlds. Each now supports and depends on the other as part of a comprehensive risk and liability management program.

Using Mass Notification

Event venues and sporting complexes pose unique security and communication challenges. Numerous factors, including crowd size, whether the event is indoors or outdoors and what time of day the event is taking place all impact how a safety plan is developed.

Encrypted USB Drives

The term “bad actor” once only referred to someone making a living in Tinsel Town. Now governments have used those words to describe rogue operators who carry out missions or perform actions with the intent to weaken or harm a country for the good of another.

A Word of Caution

A special word of caution needs to be emphasized when changing over to mobile systems. Many legacy access control systems require the use of backend portal accounts.

Don’t Reinvent the Wheel

Don’t Reinvent the Wheel

As engineers, integrators, and administrators of IP video management and other network-based security systems, we have a heavy reliance on the network.

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Capital One Breach Jeopardizes Data of Over 100 Million People

A lone attacker is accused of stealing personal information that included bank account numbers and Social Security numbers.

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Department of Homeland Security Issues Cybersecurity Warning for Small Planes

Planes using networked communication systems are particularly vulnerable to cyberattacks, according to a flaw discovered by researchers.

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