Every year, more and more industrial devices come online, creating a tempting target for cybercriminals. Many of these devices were never initially meant to connect to the broader Internet or run outdated, unpatched software, making them a liability in addition to a tool to increase productivity. A team of researchers from the Georgia Institute of […]
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.
Pelco™ by Schneider Electric, a global leader in surveillance and security, will demonstrate how its advanced solutions and services address new threats and challenges facing cities at the Security & Counter Terror Expo (SCTX) in London on 6-7 March in Stand J50.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is an interrupter that will have a major impact on the security industry when it hooks up with the analytic data generated from security devices. These physical security devices are becoming more commonly found in a variety of vertical markets.
The latest releases from leading security vendors take existing cameras and, using the latest technology, introduce new products that are enhanced versions of the originals.
In a relatively short period time, drones have evolved from an interesting tech hobby into a growing nuisance and further into a legitimately serious security concern. A new device that looks like a weapon out of science fiction uses electromagnetic signals to quickly and safely knock drones out of the sky.
Advances in security technology are being realized thanks to the development of smart sensors. But what exactly is a “smart” sensor?
The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) and Panasonic are turning Colorado’s most challenging stretch of road into a “smart highway.”
Following the start of the New Year, every January, close to two hundred thousand people came to the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada, to see the latest and greatest in consumer electronics. The wide array of groundbreaking technologies introduced indicates a more connected life to come.
The start of the new year brings many product introductions in the security industry as vendors get their wares ready for the upcoming 2018 show season. Technology is at the heart of electronic security, but good relationships are vital when it comes to depending on the people behind the products you choose to buy.
By looking for devices to save time, access important information, and create more efficiency in their lives, consumers are impacting advances in security technology and design.