Verint Systems Inc. recently announced that Falabella is implementing its Nextiva IP video management software, along with Nextiva single- and multi-port encoders, and IP cameras, in 33 stores and distribution facilities across Chile.
Avigilon, a provider of high-definition (HD) and megapixel video surveillance solutions, announced at ISC West 2012 its next-generation H.264 camera technology, the H3 platform with enhanced High-Definition Stream Management (HDSM).
Axis Communications touted faster and smaller with the introduction of a slate of new products at a press breakfast to start ISC West Wednesday in Las Vegas.
Monitronics International, one of the nation's largest, fastest-growing alarm monitoring companies, is simplifying the process its dealers follow to submit customer contracts by rolling out a new application that will enable them to fill out contract information electronically.
The Women's Security Council, a network of successful security professionals focused on promoting the advancement of women in the industry, announced the winners of the first annual WSC Women of the Year awards at its networking reception at Pinot Brassiere Tuesday at ISC West.
Every so often I get lucky and find myself at the right place, at the right time, and hopefully doing the right things. For many years I’ve experienced this within the security industry. Being able to talk one-on-one with a company CEO is an example of three right opportunities.
One session that will surely draw in crowds is devoted to situational awareness and security intelligence at the new World Trade Center (WTC).
RedCloud, formerly known as PlaSec, today announced that it has been awarded a new patent by the US Patent Office, recognizing and protecting core, underlying technology and intellectual property pioneered by RedCloud that enables the integration and convergence of physical and logical security systems.
Sentry360 recently unveiled the IS-IP14K, the world’s smallest 14 megapixel surveillance camera at the ISC West.
At ISC West, attendees don’t just want to know what the latest gadgets are in the industry, but ways to integrate information learned through education sessions into their specialty sector. The “See Something, Say Something!” session is dedicated to help all agencies takeaway everyday best practices.