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  • 2017: What's in for video surveillance
    Cybersecurity, deep learning, and body-worn cameras were some of the top trends to watch for this year in the video surveillance market, as vendors seek to roll out more secure and more value-added solutions in the midst of intense competition. That's according to IHS Markit in its latest report.
    Editor / Provider: William Pao, a&s International | Updated: 2017 / 1 / 13
  • AMAG Symmetry helps Virgin Islands port authority meet standards
    The Virgin Islands port authority needs a security management system that will control access, meet TWIC requirements at the seaport facilities that require it, and secure the two airports, which must meet separate federal aviation regulations.
    Editor / Provider: AMAG Technology | Updated: 2017 / 1 / 10
  • Vendors take actions to ‘secure security devices'
    The distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack on an Internet performance and management company towards the end of last year, in which IP cameras and NVRs were suspected of being used as robotic attackers, again raised awareness on how to “secure security devices.” Against this backdrop, various s
    Editor / Provider: William Pao, a&s International | Updated: 2017 / 1 / 4
  • ISONAS unleashes power of mobile credentials with IP hardware
    ISONAS has unleashed a technological advancement into the market that will change how people open doors. All of the new Pure IP RC-04 hardware that will begin shipping this month is natively enabled with Bluetooth technology.
    Editor / Provider: ISONAS | Updated: 2017 / 1 / 3
  • Boluda uses Fluidmesh point-to-point devices for terminal operations
    Boluda Corporation is one of the leaders in global maritime services. The Boluda Corporation handles bulky freight operations as a terminal service, that is, the containers from ships are brought to port and further mainland areas by Boluda's STS (Ship to Shore) cranes.
    Editor / Provider: Fluidmesh | Updated: 2016 / 12 / 28
  • How OSDP will help security professionals
    The Open Supervised Device Protocol (OSDP) is a communication standard adopted by the Security Industry Association (SIA) that lets security equipment, such as card and biometric readers from one company interface easily with control panels and equipment from another manufacturer.
    Editor / Provider: Scott Lindley, President, Farpointe Data | Updated: 2016 / 12 / 21