Security Today Magazine Digital Edition - April 2020

April 2020

  • Enhancing the Perimeter
  • Avoiding Danger with Secure Data Storage
  • Forming Real Bonds
  • A Virus on the Move
  • Improving Security


Cover Story

Enhancing the Perimeter

Enhancing the Perimeter

Mineta San Jose International Airport takes off with multiple layers of protection

By Daniel Gundlach

Driven by high-profile intrusion incidents, perimeter security has become a top priority for airports in recent years.


Features

Forming Real Bonds

Forming Real Bonds

Fully using technology will help security companies connect with customers

By Dave Mayne

Artificial intelligence has been in the headlines a lot recently. It will help save mankind or usher in the robot apocalypse, depending on which article you read.


Avoiding Danger with Secure Data Storage

Avoiding Danger with Secure Data Storage

California’s Consumer Privacy Act is changing how businesses approach data security

By Richard Kanadjian

While CCPA is meant to enhance privacy rights and consumer protection for the residents of California, as with many laws enacted in the state, it will impact most businesses across the country and the rest of the world.


Guard services and managing the logistics of event security

A Multi-Faceted Role

Guard services and managing the logistics of event security

By Corey Meredith

On so many levels, the events of September 11, 2001 drastically altered the event security landscape.


On-site Lockers

TIAA Bank Field scores security for personal belongings

By Matt Welty

Stadium bag policies continue to be a growing priority at sports stadiums and arenas across the U.S., particularly in regard to personal bag size and the particular items that are permitted into facilities during scheduled events.


Improving Operations

Kirkland’s Home Décor stores choose new cameras to improve security

By Jordan Rivchun

Working with several systems integrators, Kirkland's chose to deploy an IP video surveillance solution consisting of Hanwha video surveillance cameras managed by Salient's enterprise Video Management Software (VMS).


Using the Cloud for Identity Protection

Using the Cloud for Identity Protection

Providing the means to open doors and access IT systems

By Robin Tandon

The way ID cards are used in the enterprise and on college and university campuses has changed dramatically in recent years.


Making Cities Smarter

Urban population is posing new set of complex security challenges

By Bob Carter

According to several predictions, urban areas will see a population increase of 2.5 billion people by 2050. When combined with the rise of smart and connected cities, this growth in urban population is posing a new set of complex security and safety challenges.


Departments

INDUSTRY PROFESSIONAL

Improving Security

Real estate contractor secures sites after hours to mitigate liability risks

By Steven Smith

Vandalism, graffiti and theft are always major concerns for project managers at a job site, and security guards sometimes are not enough to deter that.


INDUSTRY FOCUS

A Virus on the Move

By Ralph C. Jensen

If you had second thoughts about traveling to ISC West this year because of the coronavirus, raise your hand.


Webinars

New Products

  • QCS7230 System-on-Chip (SoC)

    QCS7230 System-on-Chip (SoC)

    The latest Qualcomm® Vision Intelligence Platform offers next-generation smart camera IoT solutions to improve safety and security across enterprises, cities and spaces. The Vision Intelligence Platform was expanded in March 2022 with the introduction of the QCS7230 System-on-Chip (SoC), which delivers superior artificial intelligence (AI) inferencing at the edge. 3

  • Camden CM-221 Series Switches

    Camden CM-221 Series Switches

    Camden Door Controls is pleased to announce that, in response to soaring customer demand, it has expanded its range of ValueWave™ no-touch switches to include a narrow (slimline) version with manual override. This override button is designed to provide additional assurance that the request to exit switch will open a door, even if the no-touch sensor fails to operate. This new slimline switch also features a heavy gauge stainless steel faceplate, a red/green illuminated light ring, and is IP65 rated, making it ideal for indoor or outdoor use as part of an automatic door or access control system. ValueWave™ no-touch switches are designed for easy installation and trouble-free service in high traffic applications. In addition to this narrow version, the CM-221 & CM-222 Series switches are available in a range of other models with single and double gang heavy-gauge stainless steel faceplates and include illuminated light rings. 3

  • AC Nio

    AC Nio

    Aiphone, a leading international manufacturer of intercom, access control, and emergency communication products, has introduced the AC Nio, its access control management software, an important addition to its new line of access control solutions. 3