The home security company begins its movement into home-control products.
Two artists say they made the flags themselves
Hospitals operate 24/7. As a result, countless numbers of people enter and exit their facilities. In order to provide a safe environment for their patients and employees, they need to know who these people are and why they are there.
A look at public space surveillance on either side of the Atlantic highlights how it came of age.
The International Energy Agency predicts that America will overtake Saudi Arabia as the world’s leading oil producer by 2017 and be a net oil exporter by 2030.
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.
Students, staff and instructors begin their day at a reasonable hour during a work day, but for security, time has no meaning.
When most people think of school violence, they immediately think of school shootings. The media saturation that covers these shootings makes it unavoidable. however, school shootings are only the most extreme and rarest example of school violence.
There’s an old axiom that a good salesman could sell virtually anything to anybody—even if the item isn’t always the best fit for a need.
Every 14.4 seconds—about the time it takes to rinse your hands—a home in the U.S. is burglarized. That means that during the roughly two minutes it takes to brush your teeth, eight homes have been robbed.