- A Healthcare Revolution
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- Everything in Between
- One Step Ahead
How Artificial Intelligence changes the access control game
By John Carter
Most access control systems are focused on improving security and protecting the business, ensuring that only the right people have the right access to the right areas. It keeps the bad guys out and the good guys in.
Rack-level electronic access control may thwart cybercriminals
By Mike Fahy
The endlessly growing mountains of personal, private data collected as part of routine transactions in our digital world continue to be a target for cybercriminals, who are moving beyond digital theft to the real world by targeting the servers that contain this data.
How venues can defend themselves from cybercrime during events
By Chris Calvert
As you walk into a venue to cheer on your favorite team, or see a favorite singer or show, it’s likely that one of the last things on your mind is the potential for a cyber attack.
Large auto dealership in Pacific Northwest relies on open platform video for security and efficient operations
By Courtney Dillon Pedersen
When this upgrade project began in early 2017, there was a mix of standard-resolution legacy video cameras scattered throughout the facilities.
It is not unusual for fraudsters to mix and match techniques
By Dr. Kornel Laskowski
According to Aite Group, a research and advisory firm, losses incurred by account takeovers at contact centers are expected to reach $775 million in 2020, nearly double the amount from just five years ago.
Edge computing: the evolution of video content analytics
By Tom Edlund
Today, artificial intelligence and machine learning are backing a wide range of technologies and applications, powering diverse solutions to a broad set of challenges.
Monitoring is in the midst of a technological revolution
By Paul Baratta
In 2017, the state of California passed Senate Bill 1299, ushering into law a set of regulations requiring California healthcare providers to take specific steps to prevent workplace violence and ensure a safe environment for both patients and caregivers.
Why audio alarm verification is important to law enforcement
By Kaleigh Burton
It is a story as old as time. Burglars and thieves break into a business, cause major damage to the property, and get away with valuables that can be costly to replace— not to mention potentially company proprietary information.
Can old analog PTZ and matrix infrastructure co-exist with high resolution IP cameras?
By Robert Wegner
Although IP-based network cameras are the prevailing standard for new installations, it wasn’t that long ago that analog cameras, and the complex infrastructures required to support large numbers of them, were the only way to accomplish the job.
At the start of every new year, I get a sampling of what new technologies are going to be introduced. Most of the time, I’m in way over my head. Sometimes I understand and relate to the solution, the technology and what it all means.
How agencies can ensure the protection of people and property
By Troy Harper
For decades, public alerting systems have served as a critical notification tool for sending alerts to citizens’ smartphones, landlines and through broadcast channels.
How security cameras helped King City police improve safety
By Tom Cook
In recent years, however, King City has become known for a different reason; in both 2013 and 2015, the city’s homicide per capita rate for victims between 18 and 22 years of age was the highest in the state of California. The main reason for this is that the city had become a point of contention in a turf war between rival Latino gangs to the north and south of King City.
By Ralph C. Jensen
I suppose when the topic of government security comes up, we often think big, as in the federal government. Let’s back it down a little bit and think of King City, Calif.
Common security concerns require unified approach
By Dana Pruiett
Multi-tenant buildings come in a variety of shapes and sizes, from a few to dozens of stories tall. Tenants may include residents, professional service providers, commercial businesses, government agencies or retail shops.
The Internet of Things will play a key role in protecting municipalities
By Julian Weinberger
Just a few months ago, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) issued its special report on the impact of climate change.