Security market consolidation: is the next merger of east and west?
a&s International presents top 10 winners of Security 50, 2015
a&s International annually reviews the financial reports of worldwide public-listed security manufacturers and ranks the top 50 companies by product sales revenue. In 2015, a&s again ranked the top 50, according to their 2014 financial reports.
Security 50 2015 (Part 1): Finding the right fit after industry shake-up
a&s reviews 2014 & 2015 financial reports of 50 worldwide leading security manufacturers.
Security and IoT: More tied together than ever
Today, British entrepreneur Kevin Ashton's connected vision has become quite a reality as IoT has found its way into different parts of our lives, from safe cities to smart buildings. What does all this mean for security players? Some of our Security 50 companies share their views.
Terrorism and related issues escalate security concerns in 2015
Early this year around forty four percent Americans said they feared a terrorist attack more than anything else in life, according to a Chapman University survey.
Malaysia: economic woes demand “out of the box” strategies
Distributors are considered some of the worst-hit when it comes to an economic slowdown. Given Malaysia' weak economic outlook, local companies are looking at options to weather the storm.
Milestone VP discusses IoT's impact on security
Lars Nordenlund Friis, VP of Incubation and Ventures at Milestone Systems, offers his views on how IoT will evolve and affect the security industry.
Race to smarter societies daring economic concerns
The year 2015 has seen a strong move across the globe toward smarter applications.In this article, we ask several major security companies for their views, concerns and expectations on the situation.
Railway vandalism: Never mind the drones; double down on video surveillance
Railway vandalism can include a
wide range of criminal activities
including drawing graffiti,
littering, fly-tipping, damaging
company property like fences,
bridges, signs and tracks, or
even stealing metal to sell on.
It's expensive, can cause delays
and disruption, and compromise
safety. Typically split into two
major categories — damage
to track infrastructure and
Spike in global safety concerns impact security industry
Among the numerous sentiments that have floated across the globe this year, a significantly common theme was “fear.” To be more precise, an increase of it.
In Malaysia, companies bet on the long-term despite weak economy
Malaysian economy is definitely not at its best at the moment. But being a young market, the Malaysian security industry's growth potential in the long run cannot be denied, and this is driving international solution providers to the country.
IoT, data, and the value they bring
Security 50 (Part 3): multinationals reorganizing, re-engineering, repositioning
Security for fracking: a new opportunity for solution providers
The benefits of joining an integator alliance
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