America’s deadliest mass shooting will change security as we know it.
Could hotel security have caught Stephen Paddock before he brutally shot and killed 59 people in Las Vegas?
At least 50 are dead and 400 more are injured after shots rang out from 32nd floor window into a crowd of concert-goers.
The search continues for the 2-year-old that was dragged into a lagoon near Disney’s Grand Floridian.
Davenport Hotels has relied on an analog video surveillance system for the existing hotel facilities and structures. For the new Davenport Grand Hotel, hotel management wanted to ensure the safety and security of its guests, employees, and visitors while helping to prevent theft and other loss.
Minneapolis police put together a guide to recognizing an attack before it happens.
The property is using VingCard Visionline, Signature RFID locks and Elsafe Sentinel safes.
Those in the private security sector might want to look to vests in order to stay protected.
A decade ago, St. Peter’s Hospital in Albany, N.Y., started a $259 million campus-wide modernization project.
Security in the cruise ship industry remains relatively soft, in comparison. This has changed in 2015. The Coast Guard expects to increase screening requirements for passengers and their baggage.
Rampant protestors in the streets of New York indicate need for extra security for the Royal Couple...just in case.
Movie quotes offer great insights and knowledge to enhance the security industry.
Hospitals offer patients a controlled environment that encourages rapid healing protected from the outside world. Yet, hospitals are open to the public and subject to many of the same security threats as the world at large.
KeyWatcher Systems ensure accountability for keys and essential communication devices.
With the recent downturn in U.S. automotive sales, many dealerships were left struggling. There were few options for increasing revenue, and many were forced to cut expenses through employee reductions, cutbacks in marketing and selective pruning of operational services.
New electronic hotel safe blends sleek design with advanced security to provide everything hoteliers and guests need for security and convenience.
The new Valley Forge Casino, which opened on March 31, 2012, has selected North American Video (NAV) to implement their video surveillance and security system. Casino management chose NAV based on their proposal and extensive experience in designing and building network-based systems for casinos.
With thousands of guests daily visiting Casino Copenhagen, money is always changing hands.
Bear Creek Mountain Resort replaced its analog-based surveillance system with the Avigilon high-definition surveillance solution for greater reliability, enhanced image quality, and the ability to more efficiently and quickly resolve incidents onsite.