- Security Foresights for the New Year
- The Security of Medicine
- Looking to the Future
- Integrated Technology Drives Security
- Reshaping the Perimeter
Illinois medical center relies on new server solution to secure all facilities
In keeping with SwedishAmerican’s mission to deliver excellence in healthcare, they also maintain the highest level of care when it comes to keeping their patients, medical staff, and facilities safe.
It makes sense to understand and be ready for questions and concerns that will arise
As we wind down 2019 and look forward to a new decade, it is time to reflect upon the year and the megatrends that have started to influence video surveillance and the physical security industry.
Honor system has evolved to fast-paced security at the front door
Most security professionals would agree the rapidly-evolving nature of technology can be daunting, not only for end users but also for systems integrators and consultants alike.
Security tech trends to watch
Video surveillance technologies continue to evolve. Some of the fastest-growing areas include AI-based video analytics and cloudbased video access and recording.
Delivering even better clarity in the camera of the future
You have probably heard the old adage, “Hindsight is always 20/20.” Looking forward though, our vision is not nearly as clear.
Data is becoming more digital and systems are becoming more integrated
Once upon a time, this was the year when cars could fly, human immune systems healed themselves and cops could stop a crime dead in its tracks. While some of these things are still more of a dream than a reality, the last one is becoming more viable every day.
IEEE802.3bt provides more versatility and cost efficiency
Today’s professional security industry seems to have adopted the “more power” mantra by taking a much more pragmatic approach.
Developing the basics of deter, detect, delay and deny
Driven by the 2013 physical assault on a California substation, the NERC CIP 14 regulation has reshaped the way energy’s physical security directors are viewing perimeter security.
Mobile credentials, adoption have been anticipated for more than a decade
It is hard to believe that 2019 is coming to a close. As we look ahead to the New Year, sitting with colleagues, we reflected on the trends that impacted our industry in 2019, and predict what we can look forward to in 2020 and beyond.
It would seem everyone has a crystal ball when it comes to forecasting the future. What I have discovered is that some crystal balls are a little more polished than others. I’m pleased to have several contributors who will give us all some incredible insight into 2020.
Zenitel challenges the audio market to set an industry standard
The way people and businesses communicate is ever evolving, and with that, so are the communication products.
Focus on the four primary levels of evaluation
This evolution not only keeps the IT department in a constant state of change, but also dramatically changes the way the overall business must adapt to stay competitive.
Increasing risk exposure in modern software
Not only does modern software architecture create a broader attack surface area, the accelerated DevOps methodology makes it harder to detect and remediate vulnerabilities.