A DDoS attack on Dyn managed DNS brings down several popular websites Friday morning.
Soaring Eagle Casino in Michigan deployed 360-degree surveillance coverage to combat fraud and optimize business operations.
One thing to consider, when facing the virtual ban hammer of budget land, is that there are plenty of open source tools available for use.
Cameras from new partner are backed by Digi’s industry-leading support and service
Rack Recognized for Innovative Quick Assembly Design, Saving Integrators Time
Several Indian banks have issued an advisory to customers asking them to change their security codes or switch cards altogether.
Global entrance manufacturer invests in top talent to meet entrance needs of Fortune 100 companies.
A study shows the adoption of facial recognition technology in police departments nation-wide is unregulated, violating citizens’ privacy and could be leading to unlawful arrests.
Losing proprietary business data through the theft of laptops or other devices can be priceless, which is why it’s so important to avoid these five pitfalls
Medical-device maker, St. Jude Medical, is forming a cybersecurity board to advice on the cyber standards of equipment.
Beverly Hills-based facility uses iris recognition for identity and security
A Republican Party office was tagged with graffiti and burned forcing a security alert for all offices in North Carolina.
A new survey reveals that cloud storage users have mixed feelings about security issues
Everbridge, a global enterprise software company that provides applications which automate the delivery of critical information to help keep people safe and businesses running, and Emergency Management and Safety (EMS) Solutions, a provider of professional consulting services in the area of incident management, business continuity planning and exercise design, recently announced the findings of recently completed research into organizations' safety communications plans and their ability to manage a potential active shooter situation.
On Purchases by Any Authorized Dealer for Entire IP and HDCVI Product Lines
New “innovation lanes” will be installed at airports around the country to help speed up security for travelers.
French government officials have approved a decree to create a National Guard.
Officers were responding to reports of a person with a gun when they came under fire.
Popular social media sites have discontinued their partnership with Geofeedia after the ACLU reported the company’s data was used inappropriately.
Michael Reding has joined IdentiSys Inc. as the Senior Vice President of Physical Access and Video Security to drive strategy, leadership and innovation to this newly created position.
5-Day Service Trip in October Will Assist Children and Families in Need
Thailand has increase security at tourist spots and airports after reports of a bomb.
Anixter International Inc. will be opening a customized Houston, TX flagship facility in Jersey Village.
Amazon has asked users to change their passwords following the discovery of a leaked credential database.
“Hell broke out,” when students and police clashed on a South African campus while students protested for free education.
Exhibits Now Located on ISC West Show Floor
With reports of widespread data breaches in the global spotlight, data center managers are under increasing pressure to ensure that access to restricted information is protected.
To scale out video-surveillance capabilities, law enforcement agencies have a number of choices, such as software-defined solutions and cloud technologies. Agencies need to choose whether to use a public or private cloud and then look at the capabilities they require.
Tiger Group’s Gear Express Auction Marketplace selling more than 900 pieces of excess inventory; many boxed and under warranty.
Feenics, Ottawa, Can., continues to expand operations, moving into additional spaces and nearly doubling their physical footprint at their existing headquarters to accommodate growth.