Technology is amazing stuff. However, some of the greatest threats that today’s businessman or woman faces is a cyberattack. Just count the number of breaches in the last couple of years; you know what I mean.
Given the prevalence of IP-enabled devices in video surveillance today, it is reasonable to surmise the adoption of network technology will follow a similar path in access control.
Walking the expo floor at the most recent RSA conference, it was hard to miss how many companies were talking about big data.
Cyberattacks are one of the greatest threats facing global businesses today.
Over the last year, we have witnessed a series of staggering data breaches affecting some of the world’s leading businesses— with each breach seemingly worse than the last in terms of financial and reputational damage.
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Catalysts include improvements in global economy and successful anti-knockoff education effort aimed at differentiating imitators.
Handheld tester identifies sources of network congestion, troubleshoots PoE and VoIP devices, locates Wi-Fi deadspots.
The tight-bend radius of these slim cables make for a significantly easier fit behind hard-to-reach TVs and AV racks.
Umberto Malesci explains what IoT is, what it does and gives real-world examples of IoT in action.
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Seemingly limitless system applications allows manufacturers to significantly increase capabilities of cameras and other devices.
Security managers are more aware than ever that information security requires a layered approach with components addressing every point of intrusion on the corporate network.
Now more than ever, major network vulnerabilities are making national and international news headlines.
Throughout the world, security and screening for explosives is a vital service for numerous types of businesses and organizations—from package transport to government agencies and to financial institutions.
Increased security concerns, availability of IP networks, camera sprawl and improvement in video content analytics are all contributing to a rapid growth in the amount of video surveillance data that federal agencies are gathering today.
The security industry is under attack by buzzwords, and the Internet of Things (IoT) is one of a few leading the assault.
Are your physical security devices attached to the same network as your sensitive business data?
Whenever I receive a cover story from Vince Ricco I listen, and I learn. I’ve known Vince for quite a while, and when he asks if your security devices are connected to your sensitive business data, it really makes you think.