CNL Software, a provider of physical security information management (PSIM) software, has been selected to provide the integration and information management platform for the District of Columbia under their city wide Situation Awareness Program.
Interface, a secure managed cloud services provider, has signed a multi-year contract with Dollar General to provide secure managed cloud services that will improve operations, and increase the security of customer and employee data, while providing significant reductions in operating expenses.
IMS Research's latest report, The World Market for CCTV and Video Surveillance Equipment 2011 Edition, estimates that the world market for video surveillance equipment continued to achieve strong growth in 2010, in excess of 10 percent on the previous year, despite the persistent after-effects of the global economic downturn.
The News Corp./Rupert Murdoch trial has put the spotlight on phone hacking by News of the World, but should the average consumer worry about their smartphones being hacked?
Avigilon, the provider in high definition (HD) and megapixel video surveillance solutions, recently announced that King Abdulaziz International Airport (KAIA), Saudi Arabia's third largest airport, has deployed the Avigilon HD Surveillance System in 13 parking lots, terminal lobbies, duty free shops, retail market, restaurants and coffee shops to capture, review, and store indisputable evidence for quick and successful investigations, and management.
The United States and India recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to promote closer cooperation and the timely exchange of information between the organizations of their respective governments responsible for cybersecurity.
Imagine scanning a document in search of a specific word or phrase, knowing that missing even a single letter could have disastrous consequences. Now imagine that the document is rescanned a million times every second.
SafeNet, Inc., an information security company, recently announced the immediate availability of its new mobile device credentialing solution that enables the secure use of consumer mobile devices, including the popular iPhone and iPad, on corporate networks.
A year after initial Unisys Corporation research showed that enterprise IT departments were unprepared for the rapidly growing usage of consumer technologies in the workplace, a Unisys-sponsored follow-on study reveals that this "consumerization gap" may be widening.
LINC represents low voltage (IP) infrastructure and connectivity products across such technologies as security, voice, data, video, power, cooling and testing.
In today's world, cellular phones, Global Positioning System (GPS), WiFi, and Bluetooth are the digital signals that connect us to friends, family, and colleagues while helping us find our location and map our routes.
<i>Our Inception series continues with 3VR..</i><br> Stephen Russell, founder of 3VR said that the company's mission from the very beginning was to bring the ease-of-use found in such consumer video products as Tivo and to the security realm.
- By Laura Williams
- Jul 04, 2011
Code Blue chooses ComNet to provide media interface products for its emergency call boxes.
The award is given to the Rep that has shown the greatest dedication in selling Fluidmesh products.
The kit eliminates costly installation of traveling cable in elevator shafts.
Lookout’s application helps protect devices from malware and recover information if lost or stolen.
Albuquerque retailer’s operations had come to a screeching halt several times due to copper wire theft until it installed a reliable wireless sensor network.
IndigoVision’s complete IP video security solution, including the latest HD IP cameras, is helping to protect a luxury residential community in Pakistan.
The integration of Visonic devices with iControl software expands the OpenHome ecosystem, opening new opportunities for broadband service providers.
Wireless transmission for security is often used in outdoor settings where there is not existing wired infrastructure, or where it’s cost-prohibitive or impractical to implement wired solutions. Wireless networks also are ideal for temporary installations such as special events, fairs or rallies, as well as longer-term installations, such as construction sites.
- By Ksenia Coffman
- Jun 01, 2011