- Expanding Cybersecurity Solutions
- The Mighty PoE
- Theft on Wheels
- Quality Control is Everything
- Smart City Technologies
Like any product, reliability will keep the end user happy
In today’s world, there are a myriad of different manufacturers that produce similar products and there are so many options available to customers.
GDPR affords EU residents more control over personal information
Recent hacks into databases of some of the world’s biggest corporations and government organizations put the personal information of billions of people at risk.
Analytics can make searching video possible in real time, and what this means for you
Video analytics have been around almost as long as CCTV itself, rescuing security operators from the nearly impossible task of continuously and effectively monitoring video surveillance feeds.
Many organizational benefits include flexibility and productivity
Cloud storage is most used by small-and-medium businesses (SMBs). The reason is that it comes with many benefits for organizations in terms of flexibility and more importantly productivity.
Media converters play myriad roles in today’s centric world
In today’s IP-centric world, media converters work on lots of different types of media. The three that this article discusses are fiber optic media converters, extended distance media converters, and wireless media converters, all of which are transmitting an Ethernet signal
Cargo theft accounts for as much as $30 billion in annual losses
Oddly enough, in a world where virtually any item is only a mouse click and 24-hour delivery window away, we tend not to think much about how our merchandise gets from some warehouse to our front door. Unfortunately, there are thieves who do.
How solutions are deployed to ensure safety and security at the border
Two of the biggest trends today, particularly in the security surveillance and IoT realms, are border security and the emergence of local governments transforming their communities into smart cities.
Consumers are more concerned with how their activities are being tracked
Privacy issues continue to dominate headlines as the world’s biggest companies are being challenged on the ways they collect and use people’s data. Consumers are growing more concerned about how their activities are being tracked across the web as companies sell information to advertisers for a profit.
Today’s solutions will play an increasing, every-present role on the border
While the political discussions that focus on how to secure America’s borders rage on without a clear resolution regarding what or how policies and procedures could change, one element of the discussion remains clear and present–that technology must and will play an ever more significant role at the U.S. border.
Five data security questions for SMBs in light of the expanding consumer privacy laws
Under GDPR, companies can be fined for not having their records in order, not notifying the supervising authority and those affected by a breach, or not conducting an impact assessment.
How OSDP is changing the access control market
OSDP, or Open Supervised Device Protocol, is an access control communications standard designed to improve interoperability among access control and security products, and it’s becoming the new standard for access control technology.
Wyoming State Superintendent Jillian Balow is making an effort to better understand how the state’s 48 school districts’ are protecting their students.
Making sites less susceptible to vehicle attacks
The vast majority of discussions involving security and parking areas focus on protecting people and property from vandalism, theft or violent crimes.
Selecting technology that is a sound and reliable investment
As city streets and sidewalks become progressively more congested, city planners are facing new safety challenges, including distracted pedestrians, a growing numbers of bicyclists on the road and an increase in public transportation.
Georgia airport replaces proprietary system with open solutions
Valdosta Regional Airport in Valdosta, Georgia offers three daily commercial flights to and from Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, along with general aviation.
Is banning surveillance tech worth it?
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors’ vote to ban the use of facial recognition technology puts the city at risk of not only falling behind on technological innovation, but returning to what one expert described as archaic processes.
The cybersecurity maturity model certification could have a profound impact on the procurement landscape when it goes live next year
Contractors will face big changes and tight timelines next year when the Defense Department institutes its new Cyber Maturity Model Certification framework
Back in the day, talking about government security was all the rage. In fact, it was about cameras, software and access control.