Perimeter Security


Ensuring Patient Privacy, Enhancing Security

Today’s video surveillance camera manufacturers offer models specifically built for the healthcare setting.

Selling A Proactive Approach

In the physical security industry, an ounce of prevention is definitely worth a pound of cure. No one knows that better than Laurie M. Morris, president of Warren Protective Services Ltd., headquartered in Toronto.

In The Field - Automated system detects and prevents potential criminal activity

In The Field

Cell towers and accompanying cell sites attract more attention in the area of security than ever before.

On the fence line - Good security means a layered approach

On The Fence Line

Susceptibility to an attack begins with an unprotected perimeter. In the past, an unprotected perimeter often meant the opportunity for myriad security breaches, loss of assets and the chance for loss of human life.

Crucial To Deployment

With the growth of IP-based network applications throughout the power industry, power plants have increased their ability to control and monitor both central utility operations and remote installations.

IC Realtime Partners with JETprotect to Develop Virtual Fence Radar Security Solutions

VFR monitors up to nine square miles with the ability to detect, track and alert of approaching possible threats.

SightLogix Names Dollacker & Associates as Manufacturer's Rep

The systems expert will represent SightLogix outdoor video solutions in the south central U.S.

Optex Helps Riverdale Neighborhood House Prevent Trespassing

Grid Squared Systems, an Optex Certified System Integrator, teamed with Optex to recommend an easy-to-implement solution based on Optex’s Redwall passive infrared motion sensors.



Proximex and SAIC Sign Reseller Agreement

SAIC to resell Surveillint and develop integrations for its sensor and scanner product lines.

SightLogix Appoints Director of Support Services

Fagin will be responsible for developing and implementing channel training, best practices and support programs to ensure the successful application of SightLogix video intrusion detection systems to achieve the highest levels of security at the lowest costs.

Integrated Security System Plans to Sell B&B ARMR

Affiliate of Strait Lane Capital Partners has agreed to buy B&B ARMR assets for about $6 million.

Australian Trade Minister, Craig Emerson (left) poses with Future Fibre Technologies CEO Rob Broomfield as he receives the Exporter of the Year Award.

Fiber Optic Security Company Wins Australian Export Award

Future Fibre Technologies has taken the exporter of the year award as well as the Victorian Exports Awards earlier this year.

Envera Systems Guards Gated Communities, Pools

Virtual guards use a PA system to stop trespassers and vandals from entering secure areas in gated communities and swimming pools.

Latin American Project Taps USSI's Fiber Optic Perimeter Security System

US Sensor Systems' product is powered only by light, using highly sensitive fiber optic microphonic sensing cables buried along a fencer perimeter.

Strengthening Your Perimeter Security With Integrated Interoperable IP Sensors

Securing a perimeter has become a complicated affair. With myriad sensors available to bolster, or even replace, the standard perimeter fence, integrating and monitoring all of this surveillance data can be a formidable task.

IQinVision Centralizes Marketing under Nazarenus, Expands Sales

The addition of new distribution organizations and the augmentation of sales operations with four new personnel will help ensure the company is set up for continued rapid sales growth, the company said.

Pulling the plug in SBInet

Pulling the Plug

Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano has halted funding for the Secure Border Initiative-Net, a system of towers, cameras, radar and sensors initially hailed as "the most comprehensive effort in the nation's history" to assist northern and southern border agents with curtailing illegal immigration.

Army Barracks in Hawaii

Running the Gate

After the 1983 bombing of the Marine barracks in Lebanon, the Defense Department has been consistently upgrading vehicle access to military bases and their living quarters worldwide. The latest anti-terrorist perimeter access control improvements are being phased in at Schofield Barracks and Fort Shafter on Hawaii's island of Oahu.

Into the Wild

On a typical day at Kruger National Park, the largest game reserve in South Africa, visitors on safari will encounter the Big Five—lions, African elephants, Cape buffalo, leopards and black rhinoceros—living in their natural habitat. In addition to the 147 species of mammals—more than any other African game reserve—the park is home to more than 500 bird and almost 2,000 flower and tree species.

Universal Safety Response Begins Additional Security Upgrades At Florida State Capitol Complex

Universal Safety Response (USR), a Smith and Wesson Company, and a provider of perimeter security systems, recently that it has commenced Phase II security upgrades for the Florida State Capitol Complex in Tallahassee. USR provided original Phase I upgrades to the facility in late 2007.

  • How COVID-19 Has Revolutionized Aviation Security How COVID-19 Has Revolutionized Aviation Security

    In this episode of SecurPod, Ralph C. Jensen and Steve Karoly talk about the COVID-19 pandemic and the changes experienced in the aviation security vertical. The pandemic has changed society and our way of life. It has also brought about seismic changes.

Digital Edition

  • Security Today Magazine - April 2021

    April 2021

    Featuring:

    • Transforming Security
    • Driving COVID Adaptations
    • A Capitol Breach
    • Running the Gauntlet
    • On a Cloud of its Own

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