Security Products Magazine Digital Edition - June 2015

June 2015

  • A Great Investment
  • A CLEER Path to IP
  • The Fighting Lady
  • Protecting the Nation's Power
  • Concert for Valor
  • Securing the Glass Entrance


Features

Securing the Glass Entrance - Wireless reader plays significant role in company security

Securing the Glass Entrance

Wireless reader plays significant role in company security

By Wendy Bowman

A dramatic entryway makes a brand’s first impression and sets the tone for visiting customers and staff.


The Importance of Keeping Alarms Up to Date

The Importance of Keeping Alarms Up to Date

High-rise fire alarm upgrade improves tenant safety and aids building management

By Brian Carlson

During the 1960s, Arlington, Va. and the entire Washington, D.C. area experienced tremendous growth as demand for office space soared and new residents flocked to the region for employment.


A Great Investment - IP surveillance delivers ROI on multiple fronts

A Great Investment

IP surveillance delivers ROI on multiple fronts

By Hedgie Bartol

When it comes to IP video, too many customers base their buying decisions on the sizzle and not the steak. While the sizzle may tantalize, it’s the steak that satisfies your hunger.


Security Corrections

PLC controllers provide reliability, lower risk

By Tony V. Capelli

A large corrections campus, encompassing more than 30 buildings in the southeast United States, houses approximately 5,000 inmates with separate jail facilities for men and women who are awaiting sentencing, serving sentenced jail time and are in maximum security.


A CLEER Path To IP - Modern method of migration from analog to IP

A CLEER Path To IP

Modern method of migration from analog to IP

By Guy Apple

For hospitals and critical care facilities, security and access control systems are a key part of the situational awareness and security management platform.


Protecting The Nation

Protecting The Nation's Power

Target practice can take down the electrical grid

By Clint Hilbert

It was a late night shooting spree in early Spring of 2013, when an apparent lone rifleman situated in a thicket on a hillside in San Jose, Calif., attacked a large electrical power transmission substation by aiming and shooting at critical components as if playing an arcade game.


Not All Drone Detectors are Created Equally

Not All Drone Detectors are Created Equally

How the Boston Marathon could have been better protected from drones

By Phil Wheat, Zain Naboulsi

On a recent Monday morning, about 1 million spectators and 30,000 runners participated in the Boston Marathon, two years after the bombing tragedy that impacted so many people’s lives.


Concert For Valor - Total Recall secures venues for Veteran’s Day celebration

Concert For Valor

Total Recall secures venues for Veteran’s Day celebration

By Viktoriya Vudmaska

Securing any venue or event is a difficult thing to do, but when it comes to Washington, D.C., or a national treasure, it is a good bet that Jordan Heilweil and Total Recall Corp. will be involved.


The Fighting Lady

The Fighting Lady

Securing our nation’s history with today’s technology at the Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum and USS Yorktown in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina

By Taylor Foster

In 1975, one of the most revered naval aircraft carriers—the USS Yorktown— was relocated to Mount Pleasant, S.C., to star as the centerpiece attraction of the newly developed Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum operated by the Patriots Point Development Authority.


Departments

Navigating the Ever Evolving Threat Landscape

Industry Vertical

Navigating the Ever Evolving Threat Landscape

A look at some of the technology trends impacting today’s loss prevention managers

By Jumbi Edulbehram

No matter where you look in the retail sector today, the market seems to be in a perpetual state of transition when it comes to security.


Industry Professional

More than Loss Prevention

By Ralph C. Jensen

Today’s retail and distribution centers face a growing number of risks that make safeguarding employees and reducing shrink a challenge. These organizations often must balance security and loss prevention with their goal of maintaining an employee-friendly work environment that is free from discrimination and privacy concerns.


Industry Focus

Security in Every Language

By Ralph C. Jensen

Security knows no boundaries or borders. Security comes in a multitude of shapes and sizes, but mostly security touches everyone in the world that we inhabit.


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