- Solid on the Ground
- A Good Endpoint
- Beyond the Basics
- Automated Critical Security
- Adapting to Complex Demands
Engineers collaborate on access control ideas to keep the gates open
Talk about intensity, Aeroturn engineers have found a new passion for developing turnstiles. In fact, they treat everything they do as if it is the only thing they do.
In 1970, intercoms were all about convenience. They made it easy for secretaries to communicate with their boss and for company employees to connect between offices within the same building.
Understanding the analytics behind the networked security camera
A security camera is much more than a security camera when it’s part of an analytics infrastructure that serves completely new goals, advancing the organization and management of businesses and even entire cities.
Cameras help address an invasive species epidemic
These days you hear a lot about the use of surveillance equipment is all avenues of life from banks to airports to your front porch, but a significant area that can often be overlooked is the agricultural, livestock and wildlife industry.
Throwing new hardware at your security system may not solve the problem
While the security industry is being sold on UPS battery back-ups that come with “power conditioning” built in, the reality is that over 90 percent of these battery back-ups only offer surge suppression and surge suppressors that solely protect against large power fluctuations, such as lightning, which only account for two percent of failures.
Business security is expanding and there are increasingly more connections to secure
The true promise of the Internet of Things in the physical security space is that connected, network-enabled products will simplify both life and work, make companies more profitable, and provide better solutions than could be achieved through non-IoT products.
Visibility is a good way to start to achieve success in the age of IoT
Most of the malicious or criminal activity targeting today’s enterprises involves the endpoint. Insecure endpoints are an expensive risk and difficult to address.
Trusted ID solutions will make smart buildings safer
Thousands of people pour into and out of high-rise office buildings each day, and each must be kept safe and secure.
Longtime law enforcement professional Gawain Guedry has joined Total Recall Corporation as a senior account executive representing the Western Region of the United States. Based in Las Vegas,
I stand firmly behind the Second Amendment of the Constitution of the United States. Those persons wanting to rewrite this document would first have to prove to me that they have more wisdom and knowledge than the Founding Fathers before this is repealed.
Locks Plus outfits mobile fleet with AXIS Companion to deliver surveillance demos to customers’ doors
Locks Plus Security Solutions, based in southern Florida, was founded in 2002 as a traditional locksmith company.
There are a lot of amazing things to say and write about Allied Universal. For starters, these security professionals are headlong into predictive analytics, and WOW, what a difference it makes in providing security services to the customer.
How new devices are helping security network installers get on and off job sites faster
The adoption of IP-based video surveillance cameras is driving the growth of the overall video surveillance market.
Government credentials finding a new home on the smartphone
Smartphones fulfill many needs, including telephone, camera, navigation, music, video, clock, news, calculator, email, internet, gaming, contacts, and more.
Technology is promoting a safer and more secure society
With society facing new challenges, such as the changing nature of crime and pressure on police time, our cities are being forced to update their security responses to ensure they remain safe.
Don’t be caught by surprise in your security operations
Whether you’re a government, corporate or nonprofit organization the enemy of security operation is surprise. Surprise causes losses: losses in revenue, losses in operational agility and even loss of life.
Sinaloa, Mexico sees connected cities as the proper alternative
In Sinaloa, Mexico, the state’s government views enhancing public safety and security as priority number one. Sinaloa’s climate and terrain are perfect for supporting its booming agricultural and industrial economy, and this prosperity is dependent on effective law enforcement efforts that combat the influence of powerful drug cartels entrenched within the region.
When we talk about government security, the first thoughts are of the federal government. It is true that the federal government is bloated and somewhat mismanaged, but let’s talk about security on the grander scale; safe cities and even safer schools.
As IoT gains momentum among consumers, you need to know what the implications are for government security
Connected or smart devices in or on buildings, vehicles, and even people include software, mobile apps, sensors, and network connectivity used to collect and exchange data.