- Streamlined for Success
- An Eye on the Campus
- A Smart Security Program
- Deep Learning
- Creating Cloud Platforms
By Ralph C. Jensen
Every businessperson wants to bring something different, or unique, to the table when they talk about their business solutions. In the security industry, or more particularly, the security consultant, the same applies. You’ve got to have a secret sauce.
A cannabis operation finds the right solution to meet the stringent regulatory demands of its industry
By Mary Wilbur
In a new industry with strict regulatory requirements, the video surveillance system is everything but ordinary. First, it had to be a modular system to allow the company to scale it through the multiphase project.
Video content analytics has always been a critical component
By Stephanie Weagle
Video analytics solutions are enabling organizations to realize the full value of their video surveillance resources and enhance safety, security and overall business operations.
Radar and deep learning technologies finally come together
By Yaron Zussman
A key trend for 2018 has been the integration of AI with various security systems. AI-enabled surveillance cameras, facial recognition software, and fingerprint authentication scanners are just a few examples.
Campus challenges include monitoring multiple areas of concern
By Jeanie James
Every day, tens of millions of parents entrust schools with their children’s safety and every day, those parents worry if that trust is misplaced. In addition to the frequent headlines about school shootings, children deal with other pressing issues at school, whether it’s bullying, drugs or harassment.
Access control and trusted workplace share responsibility of innovation
By Hilding Arrehed
Cloud technologies are giving people access through their mobile phones and other devices to a variety of new experiences, while making their workplaces smarter and more data-driven.
Edge-based analytics may be the solution to the problem
By Alex Walthers
The industry is changing so rapidly that the following statement might seem bold but it’s true. No one wants to buy a camera.
Enterprise approach combines modern access control technology with top-notch security staff
By Kim Rahfaldt
Northwestern Mutual operated several disparate security systems for access control, alarm management, intercom, video and visitor management. The new building project provided an opportunity to upgrade the security system and overall security program.
Wireless access control can now be your Plan A for integrations
By Peter Boriskin
Wireless technology in the security space is on the cusp of becoming the new norm. For the past few years we’ve seen the adoption of the technology grow steadily as it continuously improves upon traditional security solutions.
Cloud computing, software have evolved and emerged as a popular option
By Andre Fontana
As cloud computing and software as a service (SaaS) have evolved, video surveillance as a service (VSaaS) or cloud surveillance, has emerged as the most popular option for businesses seeking to simplify their physical security installations.
By Ralph C. Jensen
The TSA is implementing some pretty amazing technology in order to improve explosives detection. In late August, the agency unveiled a state-of-theart advanced technology computed tomography (CT) checkpoint scanner for screening passengers and their baggage.
Facilities may require something simple and low-tech
By Paul Hefty
Protecting government agencies requires the widest palette of security solutions with facilities ranging from a storefront military recruitment center to a bustling international airport or a biological research center.
Don’t miss the true nature of the mission
By Jeff Huggin
In the security industry, our mission is critical: protect the people, places and things that matter most.
Small town to address big city crime issues
By Courtney Dillon Pedersen
With the added video capabilities, Manteno authorities can alert agencies north or south of town to be on the lookout for specific vehicles with good description details.
Quickly prevent deadly vehicle attacks wherever people congregate
By Greg Hamm
By their very nature, terrorist attacks are unpredictable and predicated on surprise. Staying one step ahead by identifying vulnerable areas, and securing them, is critical to staving off vehicular attacks.
Variety of systems and solutions exist for operational picture
By Dan Gundry
At the center of any government organization’s security operation stands its nucleus, arguably one of the most important pieces for overall functionality and efficiency: a command center or Security Operations Center (SOC).
By Ralph C. Jensen
Good business is about partnerships. Our cover story in this issue comes from Jeff Huggins who has written about different examples of not only keeping people secure, but also offering protection.