One trend that is poised to increase significantly in 2018 is the acceptance in the security market for the combination of human personnel and robotic guarding operations to keep people, property, and businesses safer.
Category: Security Hardware and Technology
The tools of the security trade are advancing at an extraordinary pace. We take a look at the latest security hardware and software, from malware and cyberattack detection to cameras to motion sensors. These articles will help you determine what gadgets may be best for your security strategy—and what will fit your budget.
Workplace violence is unpredictable … or is it? Wearables and predictive analytics are more than just trendy tech tools—they have the potential to give safety managers an edge in foreseeing and preventing workplace violence.
When fewer than one-third of the normally scheduled police officers refused to volunteer to provide security at the Hard Rock Stadium to show their disdain for the protests that some Miami Dolphins players engaged in, stadium officials were not worried that the safety of the fans would be compromised.
Biometrics technology is growing in market penetration as an effective way to safeguard everything from data and electronic devices to airport check-ins. New trends are developing for multifactor biometrics and integration.
As South Montgomery County does its job responding to fire and medical emergencies in the community, Knight Security Systems watches over the stations.
The physical security industry as a whole needs open systems if integration is to deliver its full potential. Networked communication between alarm systems and the central monitoring station is heading in the direction of other converged systems that use IP-enabled technology.
Leading security techies gather in Seoul, South Korea, to log many hours of testing at the largest Plugfest in the past 5 years; plus, a new video resolution specification is released for commercial applications.
The Video Management Software (VMS) market is expected to more than double to 10.54 billion U.S. dollars (USD) by 2021. Video management is an important aspect of the video monitoring system. Demand for high-quality video processing, globally increasing security concerns, and other factors are fueling the growth of the VMS market.
Out with the old and in with the new. It’s that time of year to reevaluate security policies, programs, and protection.
A popular entertainment district needs to be safe for it to continue to thrive as the city’s top visitor destination and fastest-growing residential area.