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Major Casino Game Company Will Add Facial Recognition Software to Machines, Adding Security Capabilities

Konami plans to roll out facial recognition software on its machines in the next six to nine months.

Relying on Power

Relying on Power

Mohegan Sun is a premier gaming and resort destination covering 185 acres of reservation land along the banks of the Thames River in the foothills of southeastern Connecticut. First opened on Oct. 12, 1996, Mohegan Sun can truly be classified as a mega- resort.

Australian Casino to Deploy Facial Recognition

Australian Casino to Deploy Facial Recognition

The Star Casino in Sydney, Australia, will deploy facial recognition tech as part of an ongoing A$10 million security upgrade

Double Down on Casino Security

Double Down on Casino Security

Like many gaming venues, the lighting scheme at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa in Oklahoma focuses on creating an atmosphere of fun and excitement.

Las Vegas Casinos Continue to Increase Security After Mass Shooting

Las Vegas Casinos Continue to Increase Security After Mass Shooting

Hotels and casinos on the Las Vegas Strip are increasing security with K-9 units and advanced technology.

California Casino Recruits Security Robots

California Casino Recruits Security Robots

The West Coast resort has added two ‘bots to the force, with at least one more planned.

The Best Bet

The Best Bet

The casino and hospitality industry includes hotels, restaurants, entertainment venues as well as gaming elements to entertain visitors and guests.

Our Digital Identities

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Our Digital Identities

Blockchain, the backbone technology behind Bitcoin, has grown exponentially since its inception in 2008. Since 2013, Google searches of “blockchain” have risen by 1,900 percent.



CES Amps Up Security Amid Safety Risks

CES Amps Up Security Amid Safety Risks

CES organizers added vehicle blockades, more armed security and other safety measures for the giant tech trade show.

Biggest Security Incidents of 2017

Biggest Security Incidents of 2017

As we look back on these security events, think of how we can move forward to predict and prevent incidents like this in the future.

Las Vegas Resort Testing Discreet Weapons Screening Device

Las Vegas Resort Testing Discreet Weapons Screening Device

In the wake of October’s Mandalay Bay shooting that left 59 dead, a hotel in Las Vegas has begun testing a discreet weapon-sensing security device.

Introducing the New Sunrise Model from Delta Turnstiles

Delta Turnstiles announced the second model in its Designer Series of turnstiles - the Sunrise.

Evolution of Efficiency

The casino and hospitality sectors are changing, brimming with numerous opportunities to use technology to enhance business and significantly improve the guest experience.

Case Study: Soaring Eagle Casino Combats Fraud, Optimizes Business Operations

Soaring Eagle Casino in Michigan deployed 360-degree surveillance coverage to combat fraud and optimize business operations.

Doubling Down

Doubling Down

In the world of casino card games, opportunity for slight-of-hand is abound. Dealers and players are trading palm-sized chips, swapping cards from the deck, cashing out winnings.

Hitting the Jackpot with IP Video Surveillance

Hitting the Jackpot with IP Video Surveillance

Ensuring safety and security of guests, employees and assets while maintaining an environment of fun and excitement.

Giving Analog the Boot

Giving Analog the Boot

In an environment such as a casino where the gaming floor is encompassed by masses of people, where the vulnerability of fraud is high, and where massive cash exchanges need to be under constant scrutiny, a major security system overhaul is a decision that is not made swiftly, nor taken lightly.

Streamlining Operations - Minnesota’s Shooting Star Casino, Hotel and Event Center has consistently relied on the performance and scalability of key management technology from Morse Watchmans.

Streamlining Operations

Minnesota’s Shooting Star Casino, Hotel and Event Center has consistently relied on the performance and scalability of key management technology from Morse Watchmans.

7 Things Security Professionals Can Learn from Robin Williams

7 Things Security Professionals Can Learn from Robin Williams

Movie quotes offer great insights and knowledge to enhance the security industry.

Casino Security System Goes IP

Casino Security System Goes IP

Founded in 1983, Fort McDowell Casino in Arizona doesn’t take security lightly. Their security system has undergone a number of transitions over the years to aid in protecting 128,000 square foot of slot machines, 18 blackjack tables, 20 poker tables, a 1,800-seat bingo hall and a golf course.

Digital Edition

  • Security Today Magazine - November December 2019

    November/December 2019

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