Interface Security Systems (ISS) is a cloud-based managed security services provider. The company integrates network and security needs into one platform, with the goal of being a singlevendor source for their customer’s needs.
As a provider of storage for video surveillance systems, the hardest part of my job is educating end-users, integrators and consultants on the best way to purchase storage for their systems.
Earlier in 2016, when Gartner analysts stated that by 2020, 80 percent of all software will be offered on a subscription basis—this did not come as surprise to us at Genetec.
Beyond the core functionalities of recording and displaying video, one of the most important capabilities of modern Video Management Software platforms is the ability to reduce bandwidth required for transmitting live video.
Financial institutions have been historically slow to adopt IP video surveillance citing concerns about possibly compromising network security.
Security threats are on the rise and as IT security teams increase their scrutiny of all network-connected devices, it’s time for some new thinking about the design and maintenance of building security systems.
The abundance of networked solutions and devices—both security and nonsecurity— has exploded in recent years, providing unparalleled convenience and efficiency.
Physical identity access management (PIAM) solutions have changed the way leading organizations approach security.
Several routers, including those in the popular “Nighthawk” series, are affected.
Now, the understanding of cloud technology and its value are clear, but safety often comes into question for security professionals.
Latest all-in-one NVR offers advanced embedded enterprise video management features for small and medium business users.
It is an understatement to say that IP networks have been a game changer for specifying, installing or managing video security and surveillance systems.
Remember the Jurassic Age of organizational security? You built the stronghold, hardened the perimeter, established a set of rules and walked away. Security? Done.
As physical security technology continues to advance in both complexity and capability, it is increasingly bumping into and being influenced by other technology segments.
With cyber-attacks on the ascent, the need to strengthen the security posture and be responsive is top of mind for CIOs, CEOs and CISOs. Security is closely interlinked to all aspects of the business and has a direct bearing on business reputation, privacy and intellectual property
Manufacturing companies are placing increasing emphasis on data security throughout their operations to protect confidential data and to validate their systems are protected against unauthorized and unwanted changes.
Megapixel technology has been a tremendously disruptive force in the security industry, as the superior image quality made possible by high-resolution imaging has led to increased capabilities and effectiveness of video surveillance.
Cloud environments give companies a cost-effective, easy-to-use data store solution. In fact, analysts predict that cloud spending will cross a $200 billion tipping point in 2016.
Network design is challenging, requiring designers to balance user performance expectations with network-resource costs, capacities, capabilities, and use scenarios.