Security Products Magazine Digital Edition - June 2016

June 2016

  • Diagnosing Healthcare Security
  • Low Frequencies
  • A Conduit for Attack
  • A Grand Experience
  • Revolving Security
  • Seeing Huge Growth


Features

Big Data Deal

Big Data Deal

Video management systems offer a powerful, combined platform for security and business intelligence

By Jeff Karnes

From cyber attacks and organized retail crime, to the explosive growth of omni-channel and digital currencies, there is no shortage of new challenges facing retailers today.


Seeing Huge Growth

Seeing Huge Growth

There are enormous possibilities in the hospital and healthcare market

By Mitchell Kane

Breaches into healthcare facilities—both physical and through the network—are all over the news. Healthcare IT News reports that five of the eight largest healthcare cyber security breaches since 2010 occurred in 2015, so this isn’t a problem that’s going away as technology becomes more sophisticated.


Revolving Security

Revolving Security

An access control and security solution that’s a real head turner

By Arnie Kravitz

After revolving doors emerged on the architectural scene in the late 19th century, they were very much in vogue and favored as a way to provide building access stylishly.


Low Frequencies

Low Frequencies

Historic Dallas hotel gets a fire alarm system makeover

By Kris Cahill

Because the city recently adopted the 2013 Edition of NFPA 72 and the IBC 2012/IFC 2012, it was necessary to upgrade the voice system and notification devices in addition to the fire alarm control panel.


Diagnosing Healthcare Security

Diagnosing Healthcare Security

Multi-site deployment requires centralized monitoring, diverse security technologies

By Brian Carle

Healthcare systems represent one of the most challenging environments to secure. The need to balance an appropriate level of security while providing a welcoming environment geared towards patient care is essential.


A Conduit For Attack

A Conduit For Attack

What every retailer should know about managing patches and updates

By Hedgie Bartol

In the days of analog DVR-based surveillance systems, the biggest worries retailers faced were equipment failure and theft of the recording medium.


A Grand Experience

A Grand Experience

Megapixel cameras enable hotel to provide relaxing, secure experience

By Jeff Whitney

Davenport Hotels has relied on an analog video surveillance system for the existing hotel facilities and structures. For the new Davenport Grand Hotel, hotel management wanted to ensure the safety and security of its guests, employees, and visitors while helping to prevent theft and other loss.


Departments

Keeping Remote Facilities Safe and Secure

INDUSTRY VERTICAL

Keeping Remote Facilities Safe and Secure

By Bob Ehlers

Companies operating in high-risk, remote locations must take extra precautions to ensure the safety of their employees, assets and infrastructure.


INDUSTRY FOCUS

Always Something New

By Ralph C. Jensen

As technology in every industry grows by leaps and bounds, there will always be something new to talk about. However, the Internet of Things seems to cross all boundaries, and within an industry IoT becomes the building automation tool to make it all work.


Industry Professional

A Guiding Light

By Joni Hamasaki

When you think about the security industry, what is the first technology that often comes to mind? If you said video, you are correct. Video surveillance has been the market’s bread and butter for years, and it is only growing stronger.


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