Gone are the days when cybersecurity was someone else’s problem. With savvy and tenacious hackers who can use almost anything connected to a network to access systems, and evolving and seemingly implacable threats, just where does the security industry stand on the cyber preparedness spectrum?
Enterprise customers often have unique needs and approaches to security. How will some of the top trends such as mobile credentials, cloud, big data, IoT and cybersecurity affect these larger customers?
With the vast proliferation of webinars occurring in business and industry across the board — and particularly in security — perhaps it’s time for you as a manager to develop a training program module for your employees that consists entirely of webinar-based education and a requirement for participating in X hours of webinar training each month.
The SecurityTronix division of NACE Brands announced the addition of a live chat technical support interface on its website. The live chat option is located in the lower right corner of the SecurityTronix website. Simply type in a question, and within moments, a live SecurityTronix technician will be online to offer assistance.
USA Today recently released a video on changes to the merit badge line-up for Girls Scouts. Teaming up with Palo Alto Networks and beginning September 2018, 18 new cybersecurity-focused badges will be available for scouts to begin earning.“
The proliferation of Internet of Things (IoT) devices is opening endless possibilities for exciting, new integrations, while further embedding security within the built environment. Every connected device within a building from HVAC to AV has the potential to interact with physical security in new ways that will result in improved safety, efficiency, comfort and long-term sustainability.
Arecont Vision announced an expansion of its Technology Partner Program by adding BriefCam, the video synopsis company. BriefCam’s video analytics offering is available in the Arecont Vision MegaLab as part of the partnership in support of mutual customers.
In the global market for intruder alarm sensors, wireless sensors, while still a minority of sales, have been steadily increasing over the past five years and are expected to continue their rise until they overtake wired sensors in 2020.
Gone are the days when cybersecurity was someone else’s problem. With savvy and tenacious hackers who can use almost anything connected to a network to access systems, and evolving and seemingly implacable threats, just where does the security industry stand on the cyber preparedness spectrum? Read more stories in September Issue 2017.