- Using AI Power
- More Secure Banking
- Encrypt Your Flash Drive
- A Hand-free Environment
- The Evolution of Risk
Driving efficiency and effectivity across organizations
Video surveillance is commonplace today, but many organizations don’t even realize that they aren’t fully leveraging the video data that their cameras capture. Traditionally, law enforcement and physical security teams use video cameras to monitor areas in real-time and to review footage to glean evidence for post-incident investigation.
Technology helps support security, safety and emergency management programs
Safety and security risks are everywhere including the office, schools, concerts, retail malls and hospitals. However, security professionals, who are tasked with protecting the public, can’t be everywhere at all times and they require timely information in order to prevent potential incidents.
How IoT can drive efficiency and response
One of the many lessons learned from the Smart Cities movement is that you can achieve significant improvement in community safety and resilience when you use network technologies to facilitate communications and data sharing.
Protecting banks during the challenge of COVID-19 and a reduced staff
Just as banks use every tool at their disposal to maximize revenue opportunities and manage their ledger, they must take the same approach when it comes to security.
Leveraging the power of shared intelligence
The COVID-19 pandemic has put financial institutions under more pressure to stay on top of fraudulent activity— as opportunists are looking for any weakness in a system that can be exploited.
Security Convergence and Identity become the foundation of digital transformation while COVID-19 transforms access governance
The physical security industry has before it an incredible opportunity: to lead business digital transformation (DX) through security convergence.
What any business can do to protect staff from life threats at work
The economic slowdown created by the pandemic has forced many retail chains, restaurants, hotels, banks and financial institutions with a retail presence to cut back on staff and change their business models.
Turning to technology as safe and trustworthy passwords
To be successful in financial services, banks, investment firms and other institutions need to prove to their customer base that they are safe and trustworthy. Yet many still rely on passwords, PINs and other knowledge- based authentication factors—which are not only unreliable, but also insecure.
The safest way to store, transport confidential data
USB drives are convenient devices. They are used daily by hundreds of millions of people around the world to store or transport data, much of which would be considered confidential. Chances are there are plenty of USB drives floating around your company or organization right now.
How to prepare for the new normal
No one will argue that the COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically changed the way we interact in public spaces.
How security entrances address vulnerabilities today
Risk prevention has always been a fundamental part of business planning and operations. And while the various forms of protection available have evolved over the years, so also has risk. About 20 years ago, professional security was mostly limited to night watchmen, armored trucks and closed circuit video cameras wired to VCRs.
Towering over the Hudson River on Manhattan’s New West Side is Hudson Yards – a cultural epicenter with more than 100 diverse shops, residences and culinary experiences. By area, it’s the largest private real estate development in the United States – covering more than 18 million square feet over seven city blocks.
COVID-19 has changed
a lot of things about
life and business Some
opportunities have been
challenging, other plans
have been nimble exercises of security
technology stepping up to the place,
swinging for a home run.