- Guarding Valuables
- Emergency Security
- Security by the Book
- Bandwidth Throttling
- The Cloud Keeps Evolving in 2017
Keeping up with recent changes and challenges
By Anthony Incorvati
When it comes to protecting transportation hubs, seaports have their own set of challenges.
The expected and surprising ways the Cloud will change in coming years
By Christian Morin
Earlier in 2016, when Gartner analysts stated that by 2020, 80 percent of all software will be offered on a subscription basis—this did not come as surprise to us at Genetec.
Demand for video and improved resolution continues to increase in organizations
By Brian Carle
Beyond the core functionalities of recording and displaying video, one of the most important capabilities of modern Video Management Software platforms is the ability to reduce bandwidth required for transmitting live video.
Leveraging video for banking fraud investigation
By Daniel Caggiula
Fraud prevention, it’s time to get better acquainted with your security team. You may see them in the hallways, have a coffee with them in the breakroom, and possibly join them on the dance floor at your annual holiday party.
By Ralph C. Jensen
Pick any county in the United States, money is scarce to non-existent, and in the pecking order of who gets the available money, the county library is way down the line.
Ambulance company boosts security and reduces costs with key management
By Fernando Pires
Based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Bell Ambulance Company has been in operation since 1977, growing into the largest provider of ambulance services in the state. The company responds to around 75,000 calls per year and provides a range of services.
The best times to upgrade access control technology
By Brandon Arcment
It can be difficult to decide whether and when to make the transition to new access control technology. Transitions are often delayed over budget concerns or because of worries that the process will adversely impact productivity and workflow.
JFK Airport improves functionality and image quality
By Courtney Pedersen
Terminal One at JFK International Airport had relied on a limited analog surveillance system and a separate, older IP system that were independent of each other.
School district deploys access control system
By Jennifer Robinson
After a year of in–depth research and testing of many systems, the RJUSD found CyberLock’s access control system to be the solution that best fit the district’s needs, including installation and maintenance.
By Ralph C. Jensen
I’ve been writing, professionally, for 40 years. The first story that I ever worked on was a triple homicide, and a contract murder that was related. Back then, I didn’t think reporting could get any worse.
How financial institutions should be implementing video surveillance on their networks
By Stephen Joseph
Financial institutions have been historically slow to adopt IP video surveillance citing concerns about possibly compromising network security.
Software updates hold the key to cyber security
By John Szczygiel
Security threats are on the rise and as IT security teams increase their scrutiny of all network-connected devices, it’s time for some new thinking about the design and maintenance of building security systems.
Vital requirements exist for convenience and efficiency
By Ken LaMarca
The abundance of networked solutions and devices—both security and nonsecurity— has exploded in recent years, providing unparalleled convenience and efficiency.
Realizing the cost benefits for small- and medium-size businesses
By Don Campbell
Physical identity access management (PIAM) solutions have changed the way leading organizations approach security.