If, like me, you’re geeky enough to still recall certain scenes from 1983’s “WarGames” (and right now I can still pretty clearly see Barry Corbin as the general saying to Dabney Coleman’s character, “After very careful consideration, sir, I’ve come to the conclusion that your new defense system sucks”), then the news permeating the summer about the Pentagon publishing (in part) its first formal cyberwar strategy probably was no big surprise. In fact, the only eye-opening part might have been that prior to this summer it didn’t already have one.
- By Ronnie Rittenberry
- Sep 01, 2011
WAGO Corp. has named long-time distributors, Heilind Electronics and B.W. Clark Inc. the 2010 National Distributor and Regional Distributors of the Year.
After a lengthy search and the evaluation of multiple potential storage solutions, the Worcester Sheriff's Department has chosen Veracity's COLDSTORE as the surveillance storage system for a new 300+ camera project. COLDSTORE will be used to provide over 500TB of storage in conjunction with Genetec's Security Center 5.0 Unified Security Platform.
Interphase Corp. recently announced that clouDevice VDI (virtual desktop infrastructure) thin client devices have received Citrix Ready verification for Citrix XenDesktop.
FEMA’s United States Fire Administration (USFA) has issued a special report focusing on the causes and characteristics of fires in college and university residential buildings that include dormitories and fraternity and sorority houses.
The systems expert will represent SightLogix outdoor video solutions in the south central U.S.
John B. Hynes Veterans Memorial Convention Center is one of three convention centers in Boston, located in the city's historic center.
The company, in partnership with Microsoft, improves the safety and efficiency of cities and municipalities with its new capabilities.
Increasing threats on school campuses and at government facilities, coupled with diminishing budgets and intense pressure to cut costs across all levels and departments, are forcing security administrators to find new ways to keep their buildings safe without breaking the bank.
- By Brad Jarvis
- Aug 01, 2011
Keeping schools secure is an unarguably important task with inherent challenges. Often, teachers are outnumbered by students, and having enough eyes to make sure all areas are monitored is generally a very daunting task. It is not economically feasible, nor practical, to simply continue hiring additional aides to help watch over various areas of a school campus.
- By Barbara Winkler-Chimbor
- Aug 01, 2011
An employee at a particular major teaching hospital carries a magnetic stripe card with two barcodes on the lanyard. In addition, the employee must remember two different PINs and carry a proximity card for the institution’s other facility. That doesn’t make sense.
- By Jennifer Toscano
- Aug 01, 2011
With more than 700,000 feet of cabling and 120,000 watts of power, the sound system features more than 200 Community WET and R-Series weather-resistant loudspeakers.
March Networks and local partner Campus s.r.l will provide its video management system platform and advanced video analytics for the protection of 50 remote solar farms across southern Italy.
IndigoVision, manufacturer of end-to-end IP Video security solutions, recently released a new integration module for Software House C•CURE 9000 access control.
The project required an end-to-end Cat-6 data cabling system to support multi-user computers and an Avaya telephone system.
The program improves the company’s technical and personnel infrastructure and adds new pre- and post-sale support services.
The rep firm will expand market for outdoor video analytic systems in the New York area.
Exercising its large-scale security integration capabilities, Diebold, Inc. is managing the installation, integration and maintenance of a complex security software system for the new World Trade Center (WTC) site in New York City.
LINC represents low voltage (IP) infrastructure and connectivity products across such technologies as security, voice, data, video, power, cooling and testing.
The partnership marries March Networks’ strengths providing scalable, high-performance systems to financial institutions, government organizations and remote critical infrastructure operators worldwide with Milcon Gulf’s proven success in large-scale infrastructure installations in those regions.