- Deterring Misconduct in the City
- Going Global
- Protecting Your Data
- Swinging for the Fence
- Reducing Crime
Facebook announced it will comply with the GDPR and so should you
Even if you don’t have a Facebook account, you have undoubtedly heard the reports about how Cambridge Analytica accessed the personally identifiable information (PII) of up to 87 million users over a period of several years.
Asset and infrastructure protection: only as good as the weakest link
Looking at examples of how municipalities or governments protect these assets can help businesses plan as well. Critical infrastructure for businesses often shares similar needs with municipalities: how do we best protect servers, structures and the people who live and work in private buildings?
What stakeholders expect in securing a medical facility
Having both specific and shared goals is what makes medical centers quite unique to security. Rarely are two buildings alike, yet they all have common needs, requirements and goals.
Loss prevention and improvement is on the business owner’s mind
There are many aspects to consider when developing a retail security strategy, including loss prevention, physical security, asset protection, risk management, and IT.
Providing “just the ticket” for the best possible fan experience
As with all major sporting and entertainment events, the goal is for everyone using a ticket to have purchased it from the authorized ticketing entity and to have a seamless experience both when they pick it up and when they present it at the venue.
How Atlanta’s new Mercedes-Benz Stadium protects attendees from vehicle attacks
While the threat of terrorists planning to attack soft targets, such as stadiums, increases, stadium security professionals must look for the weak points throughout their facilities to determine where fanatics are most likely to assail.
Taking a look at different facilities and how they protect people and property
Today’s facility operators must prepare for virtually any event from vandalism to a terrorist attack. With facilities ranging in size and use—from an emergency communications center to a multi-family apartment building—there’s no readily available one-size-fits-all security plan.
Security community teams up to help secure 2017 Little League Baseball World Series
With more than 120 permanent network cameras in place at Volunteer Stadium and Howard J. Lamade Stadium, Little League International works to add new technologies each year to keep the installation as secure as possible
Google requires a seamless visitor management solution
The new and growing interest in the technology sector has given rise to a new phenomenon known as “Tech tourism,” whereby tech companies have seen ever increasing numbers of visitors being attracted to their sites as tech enthusiasts undertake a kind of digital pilgrimage.
Businesses take a proactive approach to employee safety, security
The modern workplace is increasingly mobile. The prevalence of secure mobile internet and emphasis on face-to-face collaboration has seen corporations increasingly emphasize remote work for their employees.
Minimizing vandalism on your commercial property
With police departments often being under budgeted and over worked, resulting in reduced patrols and delayed response, many business owners have come to expect that valuable assets stored outdoors are going to be subject to theft and vandalism, and these costs just need to be absorbed.
Hemet Unified School District upgrades mechanical locks
In 2017, the HUSD sought to upgrade existing mechanical locks to electronic locks. With more than 5,000 doors across 28 campuses districtwide, the transition was sure to be a significant undertaking.
The community of people are the focus
Conversations about what can be done to keep violent weapons and dangerous materials from falling into the wrong hands continue to dominate the political discussion, leaving communities wondering about what they can do to prevent the next school or church attack.
I’m old enough to remember fire alarm drills and hiding under my desk as a youth. The fire alarm drills were great because we were able to leave the classroom and go outside. I never understood hiding under the desk, but went along with it anyway. That’s the world I grew up in.
Why basic security system monitoring just isn’t enough
Whether your title is Security Director or you just have the responsibilities of one, there’s a lot riding on your shoulders.
Wi-Fi is a technology based on the IEEE 802.11 suite of standards that uses radio frequencies (RF) extend wired Ethernet-based local area networks (LAN) to Wi-Fi-enabled devices, allowing the devices to receive and send information from the internet.
Foxwoods Casino expands security as facility grows
As Foxwoods grew and expanded, so did the need for a state-of-theart, integrated video surveillance system to provide necessary coverage and security for the gaming facilities.
It has become crystal clear to me that integrators and distributors are experts in product development in this industry.