- Moving to the Door
- A Winning Security Plan
- Relying on Power
- Thermal Imagers Deployed
- Using Mass Notification
Biometrics makes its way across the enterprise
By Steve Carney
Biometrics have rapidly expanded into our daily lives, as millions of people use fingerprints to unlock their mobile phones, access cash through ATMs, and verify their identity in a growing range of use cases.
Mohegan Tribe surveillance operations seek bold network connectivity
By Ralph C. Jensen
Mohegan Sun is a premier gaming and resort destination covering 185 acres of reservation land along the banks of the Thames River in the foothills of southeastern Connecticut. First opened on Oct. 12, 1996, Mohegan Sun can truly be classified as a mega- resort.
Vehicle tragedies emphasize need for pedestrian protection at large events
By Greg Hamm
By their very nature, terrorist attacks and errant drivers, who can also create untold damage, are unpredictable and predicated on surprise.
Milwaukee Bucks protect new Fiserv Forum arena and growing downtown entertainment district with intelligent surveillance solution
By Mark McCormack
In the world of sports, oftentimes there’s as much action in the stands as there is on the floor. That’s why the Milwaukee Bucks felt it was so important to design their new stadium with a network of security cameras to safeguard the welfare of players and fans alike.
In a new era of digital identities, data breaches are growing and here to stay
By Christina Luttrell
Recent years have confirmed that data breaches are here to stay. Breaches are growing both in intensity and frequency.
Long recognized as a welcoming environment, churches now consider protection
By Dana Pruiett
Criminals often view houses of worship as soft targets. The mission of these groups needn’t change but for the safety of clergy and congregants, leaders must commit to hardening their facilities against those that would do them harm.
Canadian metals processor steps up with thermal assistance and HD cameras
By Suzi Abell
Dominion Nickel Alloys Ltd. operates on a global scale. Dominion specializes in the purchasing, sorting, processing, and marketing of a broad range of high temperature and specialty nickel-based alloys.
New IP microphone technology takes center stage
By Richard Brent
While video surveillance often takes center stage in security deployments, equally as important is audio.
Installing a system at sporting and event complexes that benefit attendees
By Paul Shain
Event venues and sporting complexes pose unique security and communication challenges. Numerous factors, including crowd size, whether the event is indoors or outdoors and what time of day the event is taking place all impact how a safety plan is developed.
One of the most effective, cost-efficient cybersecurity solutions
By Richard Kanadjian
The term “bad actor” once only referred to someone making a living in Tinsel Town. Now governments have used those words to describe rogue operators who carry out missions or perform actions with the intent to weaken or harm a country for the good of another.
Six critical cybersecurity issues for video networks
By Moses Anderson
As engineers, integrators, and administrators of IP video management and other network-based security systems, we have a heavy reliance on the network.
By Ralph C. Jensen
Being a TSA agent at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport doesn’t mean you have to understand the game of football or does it?
Making the investment for storage, processing and infrastructure support
By Mike Sprunger
For many companies, deploying security information and event monitoring (SIEM) technology to strengthen the ability to identify potential security threats has been an unreachable goal.
Improving blockchain workflows for the shipping industry
By Aluisio Figueiredo
The shipping industry is being tasked to improve productivity, increase speed of operations and mitigate risk from new and potentially devastating forms of attack from both external and internal potential threats.
Cybercriminals can cause a security breach for unprepared organization
By Greg Schreiber
Cybersecurity and physical security no longer exist in two different worlds. Each now supports and depends on the other as part of a comprehensive risk and liability management program.
Avoid portals in your mobile access control implementation
By Scott Lindley
A special word of caution needs to be emphasized when changing over to mobile systems. Many legacy access control systems require the use of backend portal accounts.