There is a host of reasons for a business to invest in a new security system, ranging from upgrading older and/or dead equipment to meeting the changing demands of a growing business. It’s important to choose the proper high-definition cameras, system devices, and management software to meet your security needs. However, it’s often easy to […]
Consumers are as much aware of fraud and concerned about data breaches as are corporate leaders in large boardrooms. Yet insights into the current landscape of digital threats and how well organizations are managing them vary based on whom you ask.
The intricate interrelationship between physical, IT, and cybersecurity is sometimes hard to differentiate. As convergence brings physical security and logical information network processes together, the lines are becoming even more blurred in regard to what role security personnel plays in an organization.
Physical security and logical information networks within organizations have traditionally been completely separate, but a new form of cybersecurity and physical security convergence has started to emerge over the past few years. Has the convergence movement taken hold as a corporate culture?
There is hidden value in security systems that many users do not tap into which can offset the cost of the initial investment in IP security equipment.
Out with the old and in with the new. It’s that time of year to reevaluate security policies, programs, and protection.
Emerging as a key source for online criminals to interject malicious attacks, social media continues to grow and command larger audiences from a diverse group of individuals and businesses. Lurking in the background, scammers are taking advantage of unsuspecting victims in the social media space.
Edge storage video cameras have been available on the market for many years and are often used as an integral component to full-featured video management systems. Not every application needs a large-scale system, and in some cases, edge storage cameras can serve well enough alone.
Account takeover incidents, where attackers steal employee credentials and use them to send e-mails from the user’s real account, are increasing in frequency and magnitude. In this report, we take a closer look at the motives and demographics behind these attacks.
This cyberattack might seem like a long shot, but for those working in industries with sensitive data or valuable IP, threat actors could have another tool to nab your password: a thermal imaging camera. According to a report by University of California Irvine Computer Science PhD students Tyler Kaczmarek and Ercan Ozturk and Professor Gene […]