- VIDEO MANAGEMENT - Tuning Up Downtown
- CASINO SECURITY - In the Cards
- TRANSPORTATION SECURITY - Eyes Open Wide
- VENUE SECURITY - A Series All Its Own
- PERIMETER SECURITY - Crucial to Deployment
New tech trends that move the question from "Why IP?" to "Why not?"
By James Marcella
The adoption of IP-based surveillance continues to increase annually, capturing market share across virtually all industry segments.
Ethernet switch technology plays key role in NERC CIP perimeter security requirements
By Jim Krachenfels
With the growth of IP-based network applications throughout the power industry, power plants have increased their ability to control and monitor both central utility operations and remote installations.
IP video surveillance technology protects Northern Europe’s biggest casino
By Courtney Pedersen
With thousands of guests daily visiting Casino Copenhagen, money is always changing hands.
A swarm of visitors means security must step up to the plate
By Joe Kirmser
At a time when terrorism and random violence against ordinary citizens are global concerns, the Little League World Series poses numerous and complex security challenges for several reasons.
Video system facilitates needs of police and transit administrators
By Nathan Needel
Managers of the Shanghai Metro System were very concerned about what could happen if there was an accident.
Enhanced security services are one of many amenities in NYC town
By Craig Albrecht
Protecting this magnitude of sheer space, residents, visitors and employees is no easy feat.
Emergency vehicle siren lowers security devices
By David Dickinson
To block off residential areas from nighttime traffic on Sunset Boulevard and mitigate traffic from the Sunset Millenium Shopping Center, the city of West Hollywood, Calif., is employing the same type of anti-terrorism bollards used by the government to stop car bombers at embassies around the world.
Advanced surveillance technologies are mission-critical to the global marketplace
By Debjit Das
Organizations whose operations span cities, countries and even continents face formidable challenges in their efforts to secure people, property and assets.
Keeping the ever-increasing demand for anytime, anywhere data under control
By Terence Martin Breslin
In order to allow an all-IP-based services platform, service providers are upgrading existing networks and migration strategies.
To protect information assets, a fire protection strategy must incorporate specific emergency identification and suppression alongside detection
By Kris Cahill
Mission-critical facilities such as data and telecommunications centers must maintain operations without interruption.
Thermal imaging helps execute port security
By David Lee
The Port of Portland services more than 800 vessel calls each year, accounting for more than 14 million tons of ocean-going cargo.
Family-owned jewelry store receives high-tech surveillance after robberies
By Sherleen Mahoney
Though the thief stole thousands of dollars worth of jewelry, the Calderons were just thankful to be alive.
Story of ‘America’s gun’ is filled with intrigue, luck, ego, tragedy and marketing triumph
By Ronnie Rittenberry
Come and listen to the story of an Austrian named Glock, He and wife, Helga, made curtain rods in their shop, Then one day he invented a new handgun, And the Austrian army said, “We gotz to have us one.” Glock, that is. Lightweight. Model 17. Well, the first thing you know ol’ Glock’s a billionaire, Kinfolk said, “Gast’, export it away from there!” Said, “USA is the place it oughta be.” So he marketed it abroad to frontline security. The police, that is—needing new fire power.
By Ralph C. Jensen
Advances in communication technology, trade barriers and production cost reductions have furthered global capital markets and provided new economic opportunities.
Kentucky Speedway, Yum! Center full of security surprises
By Ralph C. Jensen
It’s better known for its rolling hills, thoroughbred race horse farms and ladies with big hats. It is, after all, home of the Kentucky Derby, the crown jewel of the triple crown of horse racing.
Dealers and integrators can include flexible hosted solutions, recurring revenue and instant monitoring centers
By Ryan Strange
Security is more than just the protection of people, companies and their assets; it also is an integral part of a company’s reputation and success.
New program sends dispatch data electronically
By Megan Weadock
Many people—even within the security industry—may be surprised to learn how traditional alarm dispatches work. It can be a lengthy process.
Texas school district integrates leading security technologies
By Judy Jones
Among Austin Independent School District’s top-stated values are excellence and the health and safety of its students, and it shows.