The email resembled the organization’s own employee e-newsletter and asked recipients to visit a website to confirm that they wanted to continue receiving the newsletter. Another email carried an attachment it said contained the marketing plan the recipient had requested at a recent conference. A third email bearing a colleague’s name suggested a useful website to visit.
We often talk about security in terms of commercial and industrial ventures, but the military also speaks of security, and their message varies little from what we hear at tradeshows. In fact, the military is quite interested in private industry partnering where there is value and productivity is placed on many communities in our nation.
There’s no question that the 21st century has brought significant change to security solutions. An abundance of connectivity options and the application of technologies—such as IP, virtualization, hosted solutions and mobile—are enhancing the way we secure the enterprise and helping to improve security.
Arecont Vision cameras provide an expanded coverage area at a 150-acre produce facility for Brisbane Markets Ltd.
Prism’s sophisticated video analytics software uses IQeye HD megapixel images to create valuable intelligence.
SurroundVideo Panoramic and MegaView IR Bullet-style cameras secure the facility and production operations in Indonesia textile plants.
There is a misconception in the security industry that megapixel cameras are more expensive than conventional cameras. Don’t believe it.
It is beyond dispute that Machine to Machine (M2M) technology and communications will influence our daily personal and business lives in the coming years.
Scalable system architectures have been the source of many debates within the security industry.
Recent findings from ABI Research show that global spending on financial critical infrastructure security will total $17.14 billion by the end of 2017.
After having several incidents of vandalism and theft, Gardner Energy decided to upgrade their security with VideoIQ.
Milestone Systems open platform IP video management software (VMS) is being used with Sony network cameras by the Andria Cathedral in Italy for security surveillance and to display religious services to congregations sitting in the chapel and side naves to the central church.
Sandia National Laboratories in California have turned to smartphones and other hand-held computing devices to help prevent and mitigate disruptions to computer networks on the Internet as part of ongoing research.
The LAPD faces distinct challenges as space shuttle Endeavour makes final trip through downtown Los Angeles.
UT Dallas computer scientists have developed a technique to automatically allow one computer in a virtual network to monitor another for intrusions, viruses or anything else that could cause a computer to malfunction.
Whether for a weekend getaway or a business conference, a meeting or a round of golf, taking in the entertainment or trying your luck at the slots or card tables, the 4-star family-friendly Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Albuquerque is dedicated to offering its guests a pleasant stay with amenities including a full service spa. The security for the property and guests is no exception. One of the most secure properties in Albuquerque, the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino on the Isleta Pueblo Indian Reservation south of Albuquerque, decided earlier this year to further enhance the protection offered by upgrading its security video surveillance system. Calling for bids, the hotel and casino wanted advice and estimates to upgrade the security surveillance system.
The individual cash pay-outs might be small, but for Texas Title Loans—a chain of 14 short-term loan shops stretching from Dallas to San Antonio—keeping an eye on the till was creating big problems.
Convergence has come, and while there are still analog cameras being produced, bought and installed, the security industry has become a networked prism.
New developments in network cameras are enhancing their role as imaging sensors at the edge of IP video networks. The new landscape in imaging includes cameras that offer new capabilities, can see better and are smarter and more versatile.
The lesson of Pandora could be, in short, that containers secure enough to lockdown all the evil in the world are probably secure enough to protect good things, too.