The 2015 edition of the DBIR provides insight into the state of cyber-security in 2014.
National and regional governments and the insurance industry stepped in to drastically improve building codes, recognizing both the scale of human and financial loss. One important addition to the code was a requirement for missile-impact resisting glass.
Trade show is a time for personal connections, getting business done and establishing relationships.
A planeload of passengers were able to enter the UK without having their passports checked.
Crime doesn't take a vacation, even in Las Vegas.
Most of my days were a culmination of booth meetings, going from this booth to that booth, learning as much as I could about the products being offered to enhance security. After about 50 meetings, themes begin to emerge about the security industry.
Several city employees resign, leaving only one police officer for 713 people.
I welcomed the second day of ISC West 2015 with food…and lots of it! Waking up very early, I prepared for the ASSA ABLOY Integrator Breakfast and upon arrival, I made a beeline to the coffee station. Black gold poured out from the carafe and I decorated my liquid with creamer and sugar, the perfect combination for tradeshow success.
At the end of the day, the security industry's main goal is to provide security, safety and peace of mind, so that all living beings can enjoy a life-time of happiness. This is accomplished by various products and services offered, but where do these innovative ideas come from?
I’ve known Steve Fisher, president and CEO of Open Options, for several years. He is a southern fella who says it like it is; and when he talks, you ought to listen. Steve knows access control.
With the first day in the history books, ISC West 2015 opened its doors to a sea of attendees who flooded the showroom floor in anticipation of what security products and services were to be found. It's almost like a scavenger hunt, searching and seeking, stopping here and there to ask questions, engage in conversations and then move on to the next booth.
So, who really "owns" video surveillance? That was the big question posed during a great education session during the first day of ISC West on Wednesday in Las Vegas.
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