- Transforming the Industry
- All About the Data
- Create a Standardized Platform
- Defining Performance Criteria
- Airport IoT Operations
AI enabled cameras are poised to make a signifi cant impact in security
By Ray Cooke
Artificial Intelligence (AI) continues to gain momentum every day, and it is already poised to augment and enrich many aspects of our business and personal lives.
Trucking fleets may be the next targets of ransomware
By Moshe Shlisel
Among the common types of cybersecurity attacks perpetrated on enterprises, arguably none are as sophisticated, effective or lucrative as ransomware is today.
The Chickasaw Nation standardizes video technologies to secure one of the world’s largest casinos
By Ralph C. Jensen
The Chickasaw Nation is a federally recognized, independent Native American nation located in south-central Oklahoma. The nation’s territory covers more than 7,600 square miles and is home to a population of nearly 70,000.
Maintaining the integrity of cloud containers is critical
By Ambuj Kumar
Development and deployment of container-based software has become a popular movement in technology.
Army Corps of Engineers delivers a captivating visitor experience
By Michael Callahan
ERDC enlisted the services of M3 Technology Group, an audio-visual integrator based in Nashville, Tennessee, to create a unique audio-visual experience not seen in other government facilities.
Amid growing threats, organizations must evaluate the holes and weaknesses in their systems
By Marcus Carey
As security threats grow in complexity and scale, organizations are spending major resources to address the threats and minimize risk, including hiring top security talent and purchasing sevenfigure security solutions.
With a cybersecurity skills gap and a growing threat landscape, attacks have become a regular occurrence
By Dan Hoban
As the cyber threat landscape has matured and evolved, cybersecurity incidents have become a regular occurrence.
By Stephanie Kanowitz
Officials in Cuyahoga County, Ohio are looking to digitize and automate paper-based processes at several agencies through a program that encourages governments, startups and small businesses to collaborate on solutions.
State-of-the-art solution should start with a well-trained staff
By Jim Geyer
Commercial buildings face a universal challenge: how to manage security without encroaching on tenant privacy, comfort and experience.
Congress agrees on 2020 National Defense Authorization Act
By Lauren C. Williams
Data on OTAs and prototypes. The House proposed an annual reporting requirement on how the Defense Department is using OTAs.
How video and audio analytics deliver an intelligent advantage
By Joe Morgan
When you consider today’s smartphones, the phone part is almost ancillary. It’s really the apps and the advanced optics that drive the purchase.
Atlanta chooses to deploy force multiplier to aid officers in protecting the city
By Kevin Taylor
As the city began strategically deploying surveillance cameras throughout Atlanta, APF invested $350,000 to create the cuttingedge Loudermilk Operation Shield Video Integration Center (VIC).
How security and safety companies can grow through government procurement
By Ben Vaught
When it comes to government contracting, security spending is big business—and small business too.
Take a look at the elements implemented by great integrators
By Dan Rothrock
There are essential elements that great integrators and managed service providers have that set them apart from the competition.
Intelligent devices taking off fueled by AI
By Hartmut Schaper
The Internet of Things (IoT) has landed in airport operations. More than 20 billion end devices are already networked via the Internet, and there will likely be three times more than this by 2025, according to Statista.
Understanding what situations need to be addressed
By Pat Scheckel
Security is a top priority at healthcare facilities across the country, but developing and deploying an effective healthcare security strategy is a challenging process.
Integrating the right equipment for each surveillance goal
By Jason Oakley
There are good reasons that video surveillance is mandated for any casino operation by both federal and state gaming authorities – it has proven to be an effective tool to help ensure safety,
Choosing the cheaper option may be tempting, but organizations risk long-term consequences
By Kurt Measom
Once you have made the decision to install a security entrance, you may find that your search for a provider brings you to used turnstiles, revolving doors or portals for sale. Naturally, these tend to be cheaper than new products.
By Ralph C. Jensen
Dayton, Ohio, has seen a lot of ups and downs over the years. The city is more than a survivor as businesses find a way to keep their doors open, and today, even attract some very interesting tech firms.