January / February 2020
- Security at 20,000 Feet
- Powering Access Control
- The Role of Video in Security
- Protecting the Aviation Ecosystem
- Where to Begin in 2020
“It is time to take a hard look at the drone security vertical to protect and safeguard your ‘friendly’ skies.”
By Ralph C. Jensen
For the sake of argument, let’s say you have a massive facility in a remote location that needs security.
Enhancing security with IP network audio solutions
By Chris Wildfoerster
For organizations that wish to monitor their premises, video surveillance is most often the first solution they think of.
Shifting to a more service-focused business model can help airports increase revenue
By David Lenot
Today’s airports are bigger and more inviting than ever before. With so many people moving through them as well as an increasingly wide array of services on offer, they can start to feel like miniature cities.
New standard allows manufacturers to design products with bigger features
By Ronnie Pennington
The new IEEE802.3bt PoE standard, also often referred to as PPoE or 4-Pair PoE, is a game-changing solution for powering 12VDC and 24VDC access control and related devices.
Expectations for AI go far beyond what you might think
By Thomas Cook
Artificial Intelligence (AI) continues to be a hot topic in the security industry. While true AI (a computer’s ability to think and act like a human) is still decades away, subsets of AI such as deep learning and machine learning have enabled computers to make significant strides.
How AI is transforming the way users interact with security systems
By Alex Asnovich
The security industry is being pressed to do more with less while dealing with the compounded issue of managing new internal and external threats on a daily basis.
Helping end users get – and stay – cyber secure in the IoT era
By Ryan Zatolokin
The interconnectivity and integrations created by the Internet of Things (IoT) deliver many benefits, but because all devices and systems can be vulnerable to breaches, this hypoconnectivity can also have a major downside.
The Sheer Importance of Securing Banks Requires a Multifaceted, Proactive Approach
By Bill Wayland
The threat landscape continues to evolve for every business. But banks and financial services companies face especially urgent demands.
By Steve Spatig
The interactive self-service kiosk has become a valuable, steadily growing commercial and informational tool since the launch of the first banking ATM in the 1980s. It is an essential part of our modern-day digital landscape.
Innovations will better help manage and control access
By Kevin Anderson
Access control advancements over the years have been notable: transitioning from keys and locksets, to cards and card readers, to the sophisticated access control management systems of today.
By Ralph C. Jensen
One thing for certain this new year will be the advancement of technology. This is an ongoing phenomenon that brings new developments and solutions, and introduces completely new additions to the security industry.
How Verint has moved from traditional VMS to integrated cyber intelligence
By Haley Samsel
As every security professional knows well, the sector is changing rapidly thanks to emerging developments in artificial intelligence and the migration from traditional systems to integrated cyber and physical security operations.