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Identifying organizational needs and existing gaps in emergency communication are the first steps in establishing a comprehensive emergency notification process
Hospitals and medical centers face a number of challenges related to ensuring a safe environment for patients, staff, and visitors.
IoT is used to create smart homes, buildings and numerous other end points
The IT approach to layered security for systems, infrastructure and data is increasingly impacting the security department, and with good reason.
Non-profit organization upgrades to unified security platform to keep volunteer operations secure and efficient
Today, the God’s Love team relies on the Security Center unified platform to make sure that operations are running smoothly and that people are safe.
Good security improves relationship with club members
Bel-Air Bay Club staff gives the system rave reviews and its ability to improve their relationships with club members.
Businesses are relying on biometrics for additional login processes
While the technology can add an effective, additional layer of cybersecurity, it’s not a catch-all. In fact, the very nature of biometric technology can introduce additional security gaps.
Outdoor shopping plaza unifies security and marketing data into a unified video system
A large, outdoor shopping plaza located in a major city in Italy is home to a wide array of retailers, restaurants and kiosks designed to meet the varying needs of consumers across the region.
Everyone has a partnership in some form or fashion. Usually, one partner supports the other, and the two together make a strong and formidable bond.
Company dedicated to protection of people, assets and reputations
If you know GardaWorld, it’s likely because you’ve been behind one of their ubiquitous and hard to miss red and white armored trucks as they go about the business of being North America’s largest cash-handling service provider.
While these unmanned aircrafts are mostly used professionally and recreationally to add depth and intrigue to films and videos, security teams need to be aware of the threats they could pose on those below.
Takahashi’s journey into the security industry isn’t necessarily a conventional one, as he explains it. He never thought an out-ofcollege entry level position would turn into a career.
If you attended ISC West last month, you already know the tradeshow was a smashing success.
Addressing IT Pros’ physical security challenges
The proliferation of networked devices has increasingly brought IT to the table when discussing physical security.
Retailers exposed when employee reuse ID
By fully identifying and mitigating the practices which leave businesses vulnerable—and then investing in employee awareness training—you’ll greatly reduce risk while cultivating a more educated workforce.
The Federal Trade Commission is now insisting on cyber security protection
Hacking has become a threat far bigger than most think. Indeed, the greatest threat to national security these days comes from not from aircraft carriers or infantry divisions, but a computer with a simple Internet connection located anywhere in the world.
Millions IP cameras shipped globally in 2016
According to IHS, last year an estimated 66 million network cameras were shipped globally, which led to a 48 percent increase in the raw capacity of enterprise storage for video surveillance.
Searching for more leads and new opportunities
Thirty-seven percent of people in the United States bought one or more smart devices in 2015, and many of the people in this large consumer market are tech savvy – so how do you tap into them? Having a broad online presence with positive messaging can help take your business to the next level. But, you may ask, “How do I get started?”
I admit there is not a lot in common between ballet and a security installation.
Integration of security systems is more than a concept or plan for Jeff Comeaux. It has become a passion and a calling.
How systems integration firms can evolve to benefit their organizations
There are few who would argue that security technology offerings have changed and matured at an incredible pace over the last 10 to 15 years.
Counteracting the threats of vehicle terror attacks
On Dec.19, 2016, the news exploded with information about a vehicle attack on a Christmas market in Berlin that killed at least 12 people and injured over 50 more.
When the Kaua’i County, Hawaii, began a push to minimize paper, it seized the opportunity to move to web-based grants management software for tracking funding the county receives and disburses
In Kaua’i County, Hawaii, grants management has long been an important part of local government operations. It’s also been handled using paper.
Smarter, safer cities enhance quality of life through intelligence and awareness
Safe City initiatives are a great way to build an efficient, proactive security posture to enhance safety and propel increased collaboration between city officials, security leaders, law enforcement and first responders.
The newest hot topic is all about the body
In the world of law enforcement, the subject of body-worn cameras has arguably become the biggest talking point.
One of the biggest verticals in the security industry is government. Naturally, the federal government comes to mind when this topic is mentioned; however, the government encompasses far more than the feds.