Illustra Flex Series Cameras provide high-performance features and excellent image quality to K-12 schools, retail, small banks and commercial applications.
Consolidating systems to improve efficiency and meet compliance.
- By Kim Rahfaldt
- Dec 10, 2013
Perhaps the biggest threat to small businesses is uncertainty, but don't forget credit card processing and PCI-DSS compliance.
- By Kim Singletary
- Dec 02, 2013
As the recent tornado roared through Moore, Oklahoma, employees and members of Tinker Federal Credit Union found solace inside their vault.
- By Ginger Hill
- May 23, 2013
It seems that masks and guns were replaced with laptops and Internet, creating an untypical bank heist.
- By Ginger Hill
- May 16, 2013
Cha-ching! U.S. note makeover produces simple and advanced security features.
- By Ginger Hill
- Apr 24, 2013
With many banks and financial institutions worldwide concentrating on the increasing cyber threat, it is imperative that the physical aspect of the security within our banks and financial institutions are not left by the wayside.
New FARGO HDPii Plus Financial Card printer/encoder includes new features and functions designed specifically for financial institutions looking to issue both magnetic swipe and contact/contactless EMV cards.
System-wide deployment expands IP camera capacity, optimizes image quality and supports intelligent applications to reduce fraud and improve operations.
New Illustra 600 Box and Bullet Cameras bring high-quality, superior low-light performance and are easy to install.
Leading IDP’s efforts in North America is newly-hired Robert Miskelly, who joined IDP Corp Co. Ltd. as general manager, North America. He brings over a decade of experience in plastic card printing and the security market.
The certification provides systems integrators and customers with faster, more simplified system deployment and the flexibility needed to support diverse security requirements, without sacrificing existing technology investments.
Altronix, a power supply manufacturer, delivers a broad range of solutions and dependability to the banking industry.
A large, multinational banking institution with several thousand branches across the United States was faced with inconsistent exterior lighting around entrances, ATMs and night depositories, which presented potential security and safety issues for customers and employees.
Verint Systems Inc. recently announced that a leading financial services institution is implementing its Nextiva Financial IP Video suite, including the Nextiva EdgeVR versatile network video recorders, Nextiva S5000 series IP cameras, and Nextiva Vid-Center and Nextiva Op-Center video management and viewing software. The organization will use the comprehensive solution across its U.S.-based retail branch locations and corporate facilities.
Protecting the physical integrity of personal and corporate information is an important task for Banco do Nordeste do Brazil (BNB), which goes above and beyond the security rules established by the Central Bank of Brazil to adopt additional security measures.
- By Eric Widlitz
- Aug 01, 2012
Patriot Bank of Tulsa, Okla., has added new Diebold fire and security systems in an effort to protect their customers and employees.
NICE announced recently that Israeli bank, Bank Mizrahi Tefahot, selected the new NiceVision banking solution to secure its branches and ATM systems located throughout Israel. The new NiceVision banking solution captures video recordings inside branches and from ATMs for fraud detection and claim settlement, and allows for easy access and retrieval of video evidence -- supporting compliance with law enforcement requirements.
Monticello Bank, a 12-branch community bank in Kentucky, had an outdated analog surveillance system in place that limited capabilities and required the bank to hire a thirdparty vendor for analog video installation and maintenance services.
- By Rich Mellott
- May 01, 2012
Teachers Credit Union, headquartered in South Bend, Ind., is the largest credit union in the state, reaching from inside the Michigan border from Niles, Mich., to Greenwood, Ind.
- By April Noblitt
- Feb 01, 2012