Business customers’ security systems, particularly video systems, increasingly rely on networked connectivity. One sometimes overlooked benefit of networked systems is that the network can be used to essentially monitor itself and to report problems to the security dealer/integrator.
Focused on the cyber security of integrated security systems and IoT devices, Cyber:Secured Forum will share insights from top-level speakers, including penetration testers; chief information security officers; video, cloud and telecom providers; and experts in cyber law and cyber insurance.
Athena Security and Al-Ameri International Trading announced today the Keep Mosques Safe initiative (KMS). As part of the partnership, Al-Ameri International Trading, along with recognized Islamic charities and foundations, will finance the installation of Athena’s AI-powered active shooter detection platform in mosques all over the world.
Livingstone Partners, an investment banking firm, announced it has advised Hillard Heintze, a provider of strategic security risk management and investigation services, on its sale to Jensen Hughes, a portfolio company of Gryphon Investors. Livingstone acted as exclusive financial advisor to Hillard Heintze.
Mission 500, a 501c3 charitable organization born from the professional security industry to serve children and families in need across the U.S., raised over $145,000 at its tenth annual Security 5K/2K Run/Walk at this year’s ISC West show, April 9-12 in Las Vegas, Nev.
The PowerHouse Alliance 11 distributor members announced the May training and event schedule with sessions on every product category their dealers offer, as well as Audio America’s 2019 Springtime Show.
ProdataKey (PDK), an innovator of cloud-based networked and wireless access control products and services, released a whitepaper that explores why widespread adoption of mobile credentialing in conjunction with access control systems has lagged behind other smart phone applications, and how new technologies promise to overcome barriers related to a security/convenience trade-off previously inherent in such solutions.
Security 101, a security integrator, has opened a new franchise office serving Indianapolis and the surrounding area. Security 101 – Indianapolis is owned and managed by Nathan Zautcke and his new partner, John Wilcox. Zautcke also owns the Security 101 office in Detroit.
The University of Toronto is located in the downtown area of the city, so the campus has foot traffic from approximately 100,000 students and patrons every day. Ensuring the safety of its students is a tall order, and the responsibility falls on the university’s public safety unit — the campus police.