Corporate Security


Sargent and Greenleaf Announce Palmer's Security Solutions As Its Authorized Global Service Center

As a primary element to this partnership, PSS will also provide technical training to S&G’s customers for S&G 2890B pedestrian door lock, and S&G’s government approved combination lock, S&G 2740B.

MOBOTIX Obtains the CNPP Trust Passport For Video Surveillance Cameras

MOBOTIX is first manufacturer in Europe to obtain the French “CNPP certified” product certification for its cameras.

Russian Hacking Group is Targeting Corporate IoT Devices, Microsoft Researchers Say

Russian Hacking Group is Targeting Corporate IoT Devices, Microsoft Researchers Say

The state-sponsored hackers, best known as Fancy Bear, attempted to compromise popular IoT devices like office printers and a VOIP phone.

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.

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Pivot3 Delivers Real Time Access and Control to Mission-Critical Video Surveillance Environments

Major update offers security teams higher video stream density as well as reduced cost per desktop and video stream resulting in lower TCO and improved situational awareness.

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Dahua Technology Releases New StereoVision People Counting Camera

The camera uses advanced image processing technology for improved depth perception

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IFSS Announces Investment to Support Strategic Growth Plans

Funding will be used to explore aligned acquisition targets and expand go-to-market strategy

Genetec Partners with BlackBerry Cylance to include AI-based antivirus in its appliance portfolio

Company to integrate CylancePROTECT into Streamvault appliances



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Arteco Global opens its first branch in Mexico

The company records a continuous growth in expanding markets.

FTC’s $5 Billion Fine On Facebook Should Serve As ‘Warning’ For Companies Concerned About Data Security

FTC’s $5 Billion Fine On Facebook Should Serve As ‘Warning’ For Companies Concerned About Data Security

While the penalty will have little effect on Facebook’s bottom line, the massive fine could be indicative of the commission’s willingness to punish companies for data security issues.

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Senators Introduce Bill to Help Small Businesses Improve Cybersecurity Protections

The legislation would require the Department of Homeland Security to develop educational resources for business owners and train counselors on higher-level cybersecurity information.

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British Airways Hit With Record $229 Million Fine After 2018 Hack

The airline, along with Mariott International, is facing harsher penalties for not properly protecting customers’ personal data prior to cyberattacks.

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Flaw in Video Conferencing App Could Have Given Hackers Immediate Access to Webcam Feeds

The company, Zoom, is now taking action to update its software after a security researcher discovered several serious security vulnerabilities in the popular video chat app.

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Save the Date for Mission 500's Annual Softball Game

Mission 500 has announced that its fifth annual security industry softball game fundraiser will take place on Sunday, September 15.

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Southwest Microwave Announces New Manufacturer's Representative for Northwest U.S., Alaska and Hawaii

This addition to the Southwest Microwave resource team will provide clients with security experts that are accustomed to the unique physical environment and perimeter protection needs of the region.

IDIS America Partners With The Salvation Army of North Texas For Enhanced Safety and Security

IDIS’s donation, in conjunction with KOTRA Dallas, will help to ensure security and peace of mind for staff, volunteers, and visitors.

Google, University of Chicago Medical Center Accused of Sharing Patients’ Data

Google University of Chicago Medical Center Accused of Sharing Patients Data

Google and the University of Chicago Medical Center are being sued for allegedly sharing unauthorized data from their patients.

EatStreet Data Breach Risks Customers, Restaurants, Deliverers’ Information

EatStreet Data Breach Risks Customers' Information

In May, EatStreet experienced a data breach that compromised certain customers', restaurants', and deliverers' information. The service just recently disclosed the security breach.

Security researcher discovers bug within SymCrypt

Google vulnerability researcher discovers bug within SymCrypt

Tavis Ormandy, one of Google’s “Project Zero” team’s security researchers discovered a vulnerability that could effectively perform a denial-of-service attack on Windows servers. There is a 90-day disclosure deadline associated with Project Zero, and since it was day 91, Ormandy released the information.

Hanwha is Dropping Huawei Hisilicon from All Their Products

Hanwha is Dropping Huawei Hisilicon from All Their Products

Huawei is subject to the U.S. NDAA government ban and has been 'red flagged' on the United States “entity” list. In addition to cybersecurity concerns, Huawei now faces supply chain barriers that could impact their ability to produce many products such as Hisilicon chips.

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  • Security Today Magazine - November December 2019

    November/December 2019

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