- Honing in on Conversation
- Home Security Shouldn't Make Us Less Safe
- Thinking Outside the Cloud
- Doubling Down
- Elevating with Helium
- Building Software
Stones Gambling Hall protects patrons and neighborhood with HD video cameras
By John Bartolac
In the world of casino card games, opportunity for slight-of-hand is abound. Dealers and players are trading palm-sized chips, swapping cards from the deck, cashing out winnings.
Unifying the enterprise will help security run smoother
By Simon Morgan
Today’s security leaders must present solutions to enterprise organizations that meet the needs of these diverse organizations.
Technology demands that theft stop dead in its tracks
By Jumbi Edulbehram
The winter holiday season is a highly anticipated double-edged sword for retailers. During this time period, brick-and-mortar stores earn a large chunk of annual revenue, and the aggregated sales statistics from big-box stores can often serve as a gauge for how the economy is faring overall.
Passwords have had their time and day; now it is time for wireless access control
By Hector Hoyos
Many companies are developing new ways to handle access control and identity authentication for their customers to combat the increasing number of security breaches and the acknowledged flaws in the PIN and password model. Yahoo is the latest company to deploy a service aimed at replacing the password.
Your 2016 radar should include IoT, cyber security and smart codecs
By James Marcella
If you’re like most security professionals, your daily inbox is crammed with updates from industry associations, publications and online communities summarizing the hot topics of the day.
People might say things they don’t mean, but why take that chance?
By Zeke Fraint
College and university, corporate, and hospital campuses are all understood to be safe environments. Inevitably, they become easy targets for social media abuse resulting in security threats, and open venues that encourage community gathering.
Managing security at the border might have aerial implications
By John Kiehle
It is well known airships had a more limited role in the late 20th century, following the Hindenburg tragedy that coincided with tremendous innovation in fixed-wing and passenger aviation.
Security has been slow to adopt Cloud services
By Tom Cook
A series of Microsoft commercials beginning in 2010 brought the concept of “the cloud” into our cultural lexicon. The ensuing five-plus years have grown awareness and adoption of the concept behind that term, especially in the consumer arena.
By Paul Muto
IC Real Tech CEO Matt Sailor sat down for a few questions to shed some light on the company’s revolutionary technology and how it will benefit many vertical markets.
By Ralph C. Jensen
It is no secret that terrorism is part of today’s landscape. Governments are responsible for providing a secure and safe environment almost anywhere the public might go.
Cities are adding infrastructure that is more intelligent
By Richard Brent
Recent data shows that crime continues to evolve. In some areas, overall crime is down, yet there has been an alarming increase in mass shootings and terrorism.
One of Europe’s largest energy providers meets a BalaBit solution
By Gábor Marosvári
CEZ recently faced several challenges, including a large increase of IT devices to be monitored, pressure to increase work efficiency and reduce the number of employees at the same time.
Media attention has focus on this issue
By Dwayne Melancon
Cybersecurity isn’t the sexiest topic for presidential candidates right now, but controversial legislation, massive security breaches and increasing tension with China are keeping media attention on the issue.
Keeps security at bay
By Joseph Mazzarella
Apple’s refusal to unlock the San Bernardino terrorists’ smartphones has generated a heated debate in security, technology and legal circles nationwide.
How to improve your odds when picking the best partners and products for your business
By Fredrik Nilsson
When it comes to picking the right strategy, the right partners and the right products, you want to make sure the odds are stacked in your favor.
More than half the population is excited for home technology
By David Box
Security is still number one in driving mass-market adoption, with nine out of 10 consumers noting security remains one of the top reasons to purchase and use a smart home system.
Getting a lock on the criminal element citywide
By John Chigos
Out of a vast number of proposals, Montevideo’s leadership ultimately selected the one submitted by SONDA, one of the leading systems integrators in Latin America.
By Ralph C. Jensen
Like many integrators, AVS specializes in a unique market. Of course they work in the real estate, healthcare, and government industry, but their secret sauce, if you will, is their expertise in securing data centers.
LAPD connects more than 400 distributed cameras from multiple organizations in California to secure high-profile international event
By Andrew Elvish
The sheer size and notoriety of the event had the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) planning security and operational logistics long before the opening ceremony.
Two decades later, Bradford County Sheriff ’s Office continues to invest in security to ensure compliance
By Mitchell Kane
Leveraging innovative solutions to accomplish these goals, the sheriff ’s office replaced its key-based system with a more advanced access control solution more than 20 years ago.