- Similarities at Data Centers and Airports
- Transitioning to the Cloud
- Going High Tech
- Mobile Ticketing to the Rescue
- Bring Out the Best
Both businesses are high-risk and highly coveted targets
By Kevin Tomich
Few sectors face higher regulation and compliance standards in the United States than the aviation industry.
How this security solution is revolutionizing the video surveillance world
By Robert Muehlbauer
Television and movies have always had interesting ideas regarding the capabilities of surveillance cameras. Crime shows like CSI would have viewers believe a still frame can be “enhanced” to near-infinite clarity with just a few keystrokes.
Stadium security elevates standards with new innovations
By Peter Evans
When it comes to physical security, the world around us has changed. First, society has changed, with more social unrest and violence occurring in the COVID-19 era, including a rise in fan misbehavior at sporting events.
Integrated video surveillance and access control are part of today’s trend
By Adam Lowenstein
Recent physical security trends are all about mitigating today’s risks using highly integrated, open-source technology. Now, more than ever, security practitioners require comprehensive, multi-faceted solutions that can quickly pivot to meet new challenges.
Video surveillance is not enough for a comprehensive security plan
By David Weingot
Global video surveillance has exploded in the past few years. In fact, the market is expected to reach a value of more than $90 billion by 2026.
COVID-19 has stretched the limits of hospitals and staff
By Lisa Terry, CHPA, CPP
Hospitals and health systems are tasked with controlling costs and cutting budgets while maintaining the highest levels of patient care, safety and privacy which heighten our awareness of the vital role played by security services in the nation’s ever-evolving healthcare landscape.
The user’s goal is not only access, it is action
By Charles Pitman
In the physical security industry, the terms integration and unification are often used interchangeably. It is common to hear people mention ‘unified security’ when talking about integrating systems. The truth is— there is a difference between these approaches.
Protecting citizens and police by using body camera video
By Jason Dombkowski
With social media rapidly evolving, the call for transparency and accountability inside a law enforcement agency is now necessary to show the world what police do with every interaction.
5 reasons to feel secure in the cloud
By Olivia Peralta
Is access control in the cloud truly secure? Most organizations have asked this question when considering a transition from on-premise access control software to a cloud-based system.
What the new CIT means for security/commercial integrators
By David Whitney
As more devices move onto network-based infrastructure, the boundaries between technology categories are starting to blur.
Beyond security – using video analytics in a retail environment
By Will Kelso
Video analytics and AI are hot topics for 2022 as the security industry seeks new ways to take a bite out of crime, even as staffing is light organized retail crime is on the rise.
Flexibility, scalability using adopted cryptographic platforms
By Cristiano Pardo
When Public Transport Operators (PTOs) were hit by the pandemic, it reduced their sales volumes dramatically. One challenge was the difficulty of distributing and selling physical tickets.
By Ralph C. Jensen
There is a line in the sand where security is evident, and if crossed security begins to wane. In our security pursuits each day as journalists, we’re fortunate to be able to talk with many of you and learn about new technology, adaptable solutions and secure outcomes.
As cyber and physical security converge, the role of the chief security officer must evolve
By Mark Herrington
The sudden long lines at gas stations in the United States, last May were for many, a surprising sight. Indeed, the situation emerged without warning: A ransomware attack disabled computer systems for a major regional provider, Colonial Pipeline, creating shortages and panic-buying.