The new Amazon Package Delivery service inside the home is not only bringing attention to the growing problem of package delivery theft. The program is also accelerating video surveillance and access control acceptance to a much wider audience.
Category: Emerging Issues in Security
Security is constantly evolving, and it’s important for professionals to stay up to date. We provide the latest news, opinions, trends, case studies, strategies, and legislative and regulatory developments that could have an impact on the field.
Michigan is part of a 3-year partnership with Cisco to advance the state’s digital agenda and enhance security.
Recent reports suggest forensic pathologists will do a more intensive study of the brain of Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock. This may yield new results or fail to tell us more than we already know now about his motives, which isn’t much. More of the public and security professionals are asking for answers to questions […]
Effective January 22, 2018, air travelers with a driver’s license or identification (ID) card issued by a state that does not meet the requirements of the REAL ID Act may have to present an alternative form of identification acceptable to the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) in order to board a commercial domestic U.S. flight.
The International Association for Healthcare Security and Safety’s new industry guideline, titled “Collaborating with Law Enforcement,” sets standards to ensure that a situation does not happen again like the event regarding a University of Utah Hospital nurse who refused to draw blood from an unconscious patient.
Revised law extends exemption for certain security and life safety products from “no-load” requirements in power supply energy standards. This newest development is good news for the security industry.
Successful programs and partnerships are making cities safer and smarter. Intelligent video is at the heart of the initiative.
Workplace violence and school violence prevention practitioners have been assessing their efforts and speaking with their educational, public, and private sector clients after the attack in Las Vegas. Schools and companies have new fears and are struggling to find the right solutions through training and support from threat assessment experts.
Honeywell plans to spin off its Homes product portfolio and ADI global distribution business, as well as its Transportation Systems business, into two stand-alone, publicly traded companies by the end of 2018.
In what is labeled a breakthrough, researchers from Australia are the first to successfully store light-based information as sound waves on a microchip. The new chip slows down the speed photons travel when processing the data being carried by them, making them ideal for use in computing.