ASIS International, an association for security management professionals, announced a new strategic partnership with the École des Officiers de la Gendarmerie Nationale (EOGN), also known as the French Gendarmerie Officers Academy, which allows up to two ASIS members per year to enroll in the esteemed security management MBA program at the EOGN’s campus in Paris.
Star Asset Security, a woman-owned provider of IT, security and life safety systems integration solutions, recently announced its decision to evolve its traditional security integration business into a true managed services model with the primary focus of helping businesses solve problems through technology, automation and analytics.
U.S. Senators Rob Portman (R-OH) and Tom Carper (D-DE) published a report that documents the failure of eight federal agencies, over the course of two administrations, to address vulnerabilities in their IT infrastructure.
What does it take for a security business to grow in today’s environment of increased competition and staffing shortages? Brivo gets a lot of questions from security integrators about how to build a successful security business.
Most integrators have gotten the message that product and installation revenues alone are not sufficient to support a healthy organization in the long term. It’s also clear that the value of your business can be exponentially increased if you derive significant revenue from recurring sources. As a result, many integrators are searching for avenues to increase RMR.
The 2018 Future of Physical Security study conducted by Microsoft and Accenture found that the threat landscape has changed in recent years. “The digital revolution has transformed the world in a multitude of positive ways — but it has inadvertently created new threats,” the study noted in its introduction. The survey of 200 senior physical security leaders across multiple industries described the physical security industry “at various levels of maturity, and at worst a decade behind” when it comes to its response to the digital transformation.
As a reseller, you need to feel confident that the cloud access control systems you recommend to your customers are cybersecure. Here are five things to look for when choosing a cybersecure cloud access control system vendor.
As the cover asserts,security systems integration work is in demand from all corners of the market, giving 2019 Top Systems Integrators boundless opportunities in traditional systems as well as on fast-growing hosted/managed security solutions.
Also in June, insight on how to choose a thermal camera, "Rethinking Keypads for Better Access Control", and much more.