- WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY - Raising Concerns
- CLOUD/STORAGE - Building a Secure Cloud Environment
- STORAGE SOLUTIONS - Educating Without Surveillance
- MEDICAL FACILITY - Who's on Deck
As the CEO of ISI Security, one of the most difficult and time-consuming aspects of my job is keeping up with the laws and regulations affecting my company.
City or municipal networks have pressing security issues
Wireless transmission is usually a topic that raises many concerns in the security world. It seems common knowledge nowadays that a wireless network can be easily hacked, and private information can end up on the Internet or someone’s identity can be stolen.
A secure IT strategy often emerges as a key concern
When properly constructed, a cloud infrastructure can offer greater security than a legacy system; however, when poorly constructed, a cloud-based infrastructure introduces risk across the enterprise.
Medical center simplifies with wireless, electronic locks
When Rush University Medical Center incorporated wireless electronic locks throughout its new 375-bed-tower hospital building, it made installation easier and more cost-effective while providing greater flexibility to meet future security needs.
Wireless locks in place at Queensborough campus
Reflecting the uniqueness and diversity of the local Queens’ community, for more than 50 years, Queensborough Community College has served students from Queens and the entire New York City region as a starting place to pursue their academic and career goals.
Carolinas HealthCare System upgrades multi-story parking deck to achieve clarity
When nurses head home after a grueling 12-hour shift, the last thing Carolinas HealthCare System (CHS) wants them to worry about is getting to their cars safely.
Administration commits to video solution on campus
According to Saddleback College Chief of Police, Christopher Wilkinson, the childcare center in particular was a top priority due to concerns related to the Sandy Hook Elementary tragedy and other similar violent incidents.
Increasing cost of technology requires line of defense
The evolution of line security for handheld electronics in retail stores has been nothing short of amazing. When Scorpion Security Products launched its Scorpion security device, telecommunication and consumer electronics companies around the globe wanted the most unobtrusive, minimal security possible.
I’ve been on a kick lately thinking that schools need more security attention. I believe I feel so deeply about schools because they are filled with children who are learning to become the leaders, technicians and thought-leaders of tomorrow.
It is an unfortunate truth that military bases, filled with individuals dedicated to keeping America safe, sometimes come under threat within their own country. Incidents like the 2009 Fort Hood shooting and the 2013 killings at the Washington Navy Yard serve as reminders that the military is not immune to the threat of violence and crime.
One might think that a military base is among the most secure places in the country. Unfortunately, though, the sprawling nature of military bases makes them difficult to secure effectively, which leaves these sites vulnerable to a wide range of threats.
Best of Breed versus lower cost, proprietary solutions
More than likely, you have witnessed an RFP that includes dated product specifications and, in some cases, multiple product specifications that are more “wish-list” than reality.
Louisiana’s Port Fourchon deploys IP video at strategic oil site
Port Fourchon plays a strategic role in supplying the United States with nearly 18 percent of its oil supply, servicing over 90 percent of the Gulf of Mexico’s deep-water exploration and production.
Reaching out to the perimeter to protect the first line of defense
Nearly everyone is familiar with the standard manned guard booth in which a person sits and allows drivers in and out of a facility; however, border stations, government buildings, military bases and other locales where there can be a “very unwanted guest” all use much highertech security booths.