All attendees and exhibitors were introduced to “The Future of Security” early Wednesday morning; yet, many exhibitors came to Las Vegas armed with the mobile technology know-how to take on the new wave of mobile communication.
- By Christina Miralla
- Mar 29, 2012
The future of security is always on the minds of industry leaders and developers. As a welcome to all attendees at this year’s ISC West Conference in Las Vegas, an early morning session devoted to the future of the security industry addressed how IT and security convergence in the cloud will create better end-user operability.
- By Christina Miralla
- Mar 29, 2012
Verint Systems Inc. recently announced that Falabella is implementing its Nextiva IP video management software, along with Nextiva single- and multi-port encoders, and IP cameras, in 33 stores and distribution facilities across Chile.
At ISC West 2012, Quantum Secure is introducing SAFE Analytics Suite, a bundle of new software modules to enable end-users to prepare for risks or even prevent risk-based events before they occur.
Axis Communications touted faster and smaller with the introduction of a slate of new products at a press breakfast to start ISC West Wednesday in Las Vegas.
- By Brent Dirks
- Mar 28, 2012
Every so often I get lucky and find myself at the right place, at the right time, and hopefully doing the right things. For many years I’ve experienced this within the security industry. Being able to talk one-on-one with a company CEO is an example of three right opportunities.
- By Ralph C. Jensen
- Mar 27, 2012
RedCloud, formerly known as PlaSec, today announced that it has been awarded a new patent by the US Patent Office, recognizing and protecting core, underlying technology and intellectual property pioneered by RedCloud that enables the integration and convergence of physical and logical security systems.
Sentry360 recently unveiled the IS-IP14K, the world’s smallest 14 megapixel surveillance camera at the ISC West.
Next Level Security Systems, a provider of a new breed of unified, networked security solutions, will highlight the next evolution of its open platform, IP-based security technologies at ISC West 2012.
HauteSpot Networks Corp., an international provider of wireless video surveillance and security solutions, recently announced the national deployment of HauteSpot wireless in a Walgreens distribution center.
IMS Research estimates that the world market for cloud based video surveillance, or video surveillance as a service (VSaaS), was worth more than $500 million in 2011, an increase of 25 percent from 2010. However, the big question is what does the future hold for this emerging market?
VideoIQ, provider of intelligent all-in-one video surveillance solutions, recently announced the Rialto-A4, the first member of Rialto Analytic Bridge product family.
Barix AG will unveil its Annuncicom PS1 Paging Station to the security industry at ISC West. The compact, elegant device gives commercial businesses, office buildings, educational institutions, medical facilities and others a simple, fully-integrated hardware solution for paging and intercom over IP.
In today's "post-PC" world, businesses of all sizes, as well as policy makers at all levels, need to be ready to address and manage increasing security and privacy challenges, found a panel of experts at CompTIA's mobile security briefing. Several dozen Hill staff, policy makers, security and privacy experts and technology advocates participated in the discussion.
Carnegie Mellon University CyLab researchers have developed a new smartphone app that leverages the growing proliferation of these devices to establish a secure basis for Internet communications.
Mozy recently released the surprising results of a data protection survey. The survey, produced by Mozy and independent market research firm Compass Partners, LLC, found that an increasing number of professionals (80 percent) work remotely and rely on personal devices such as smartphones (63 percent), iPads (30 percent) and laptops (80 percent) to access company data.
On a January evening in 2011, Egypt – with a population of 80 million, including 23 million Internet users – vanished from cyberspace after its government ordered an Internet blackout amidst anti-government protests that led to the ouster of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak. The following month, the Libyan government, also under siege, imposed an Internet “curfew” before completely cutting off access for almost four days.
Mountain Secure Systems (MSS) announced recently that it will provide additional Summit Series wireless network radios to the City of Denver’s Public Works Traffic Operations.
mobiDEOS Inc. recently announced that Drs. May, Hettler & Associates, OD PC, one of the largest optometry practices in the United States, uses MobileCamViewer for surveillance of seven offices and 50 staff members.
Brivo Systems LLC recently announced that Central Community College, in central Nebraska, has standardized on Brivo ACS WebService for access control management of all their buildings located on their three main campuses. Protex Central, Inc., located in Hastings, Nebraska is the integrator for this on-going project.