• Richmond TSA Officer Recalls His Role at the World Trade Center After 9/11 Terrorist Attacks

    Richmond TSA Officer Recalls His Role at the World Trade Center After 9/11 Terrorist Attacks

    As he reflected back to 2001, Mitchell said he thinks back to the men and women who he worked alongside at Ground Zero.

  • SIA issues policy on ethical use of facial recognition

    SIA issues policy on ethical use of facial recognition

    The Security Industry Association (SIA) has released its new policy principles guiding the development and deployment of facial recognition technology.

  • COVID Has Made Privacy a Concern, An App Survey Finds

    COVID Has Made Privacy a Concern, An App Survey Finds

    The pandemic has been a great equalizer in the fears it has unearthed. Regardless of country, socioeconomic status or age, we have all shared concerns for our own health and that of our loved ones.

  • Coordinating Emergency Communications

    Coordinating Emergency Communications

    One of the many lessons learned from the Smart Cities movement is that you can achieve significant improvement in community safety and resilience when you use network technologies to facilitate communications and data sharing.

  • The Threat from Within

    The Threat from Within

    Just as banks use every tool at their disposal to maximize revenue opportunities and manage their ledger, they must take the same approach when it comes to security.

  • Democratizing Access

    Democratizing Access

    The COVID-19 pandemic has put financial institutions under more pressure to stay on top of fraudulent activity— as opportunists are looking for any weakness in a system that can be exploited.

  • Turning to technology as safe and trustworthy passwords

    More Secure Banking

    To be successful in financial services, banks, investment firms and other institutions need to prove to their customer base that they are safe and trustworthy. Yet many still rely on passwords, PINs and other knowledge- based authentication factors—which are not only unreliable, but also insecure.

  • Encrypt Your Flash Drive

    Encrypt Your Flash Drive

    USB drives are convenient devices. They are used daily by hundreds of millions of people around the world to store or transport data, much of which would be considered confidential. Chances are there are plenty of USB drives floating around your company or organization right now.

  • Using AI Power

    Using AI Power

    Video surveillance is commonplace today, but many organizations don’t even realize that they aren’t fully leveraging the video data that their cameras capture. Traditionally, law enforcement and physical security teams use video cameras to monitor areas in real-time and to review footage to glean evidence for post-incident investigation.

  • ISC East 2020 Has Been Canceled.

    ISC East 2020 Has Been Canceled.

    ISC East 2020, scheduled for Nov. 18-19, 2020, in New York City, has been canceled due to the ongoing impact of COVID-19 as further discussed below, and continued restrictions on large events.

Digital Edition

  • Security Today Magazine - September 2020

    September 2020

    Featuring:

    • Using AI Power
    • A Hand-free Environment
    • More Secure Banking
    • The New Heart of Security
    • Coordinating Emergency Communications

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