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7 Things Security Professionals Can Learn from Robin Williams

7 Things Security Professionals Can Learn from Robin Williams

Movie quotes offer great insights and knowledge to enhance the security industry.

Maintaining Good Health

Maintaining Good Health

Hospitals offer patients a controlled environment that encourages rapid healing protected from the outside world. Yet, hospitals are open to the public and subject to many of the same security threats as the world at large.

Morse Watchmans Key Control Systems Improve Security at Wyndham Hamilton Park

KeyWatcher Systems ensure accountability for keys and essential communication devices.

Take Control of the Wheel

Take Control of the Wheel

With the recent downturn in U.S. automotive sales, many dealerships were left struggling. There were few options for increasing revenue, and many were forced to cut expenses through employee reductions, cutbacks in marketing and selective pruning of operational services.

Safeplace Introduces Solid Electronic Safe with Latest Security Features

Safeplace Introduces Solid Electronic Safe with Latest Security Features

New electronic hotel safe blends sleek design with advanced security to provide everything hoteliers and guests need for security and convenience.

Pennsylvania Casino Leverages North American Video To Implement Security System

The new Valley Forge Casino, which opened on March 31, 2012, has selected North American Video (NAV) to implement their video surveillance and security system. Casino management chose NAV based on their proposal and extensive experience in designing and building network-based systems for casinos.

In The Cards

With thousands of guests daily visiting Casino Copenhagen, money is always changing hands.



Bear Creek Mountain Resort Ensures Guest Safety with Avigilon Surveillance System

Bear Creek Mountain Resort replaced its analog-based surveillance system with the Avigilon high-definition surveillance solution for greater reliability, enhanced image quality, and the ability to more efficiently and quickly resolve incidents onsite.

Marriott Hacker Pleads Guilty for Extorting Employment from the Company

A Hungarian citizen pleaded guilty today to intentionally causing damage by transmitting a malicious code to Marriott International Corporation computers and to threatening to reveal confidential information obtained from the company’s computers if Marriott did not offer him a job.