ASIS International Launches New Website & Online Community

ASIS International has unveiled a refreshed, mobile-centric website and online community focused on improved and personalized content, user-centric search and commerce, and improved information sharing and collaboration among security professionals worldwide. The website, www.asisonline.org, features a dramatically enhanced user experience including powerful search capabilities, an extensively researched taxonomy that drives content organization, and a more intuitive navigation structure. An exciting new feature is the Launching New Website & Online Community Digital transformation focused on seamless user experience across devices; collaboration among security professionals launch of ASIS Connects, the Society’s new…

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F&S Predictions for Sensors in the Security & Surveillance Market

The Internet of Things (IoT) is bringing about a new era of connectivity in the digital age, connecting critical business sectors through a network of secure data flow, analytics, and management. It’s also bringing numerous opportunities for sensor participants through security technologies required for remote services and enhanced accessibility of devices. The total sensors market in security and surveillance applications was worth $6,267.9 million in 2016, with image sensors holding the largest market share at 23 percent. The market is expected to reach $12,012.1 million by 2023. North America and…

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Raytheon Global Study: Data Breach is Inevitable

A new global cybersecurity study commissioned by Raytheon, in partnership with Ponemon Institute, reveals a majority of senior-level IT professionals fully expect their organization will experience a catastrophic data breach that could greatly impact shareholder value. The 2018 Global Megatrends in Cybersecurity survey of 1,100 senior-level IT and IT security global practitioners also shows that despite growing threats, IT professionals believe cybersecurity is still not considered a strategic priority among senior leadership. “Our hope is that CISOs and senior leaders can use this report as a tool to start a…

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The Value of Surge Protection for Surveillance System in Multiple Sectors

At first glance, warehouses, sports stadiums, datacenters, convenience stores and healthcare facilities may not have much in common. Yet, they all house expensive equipment including security equipment, that is at risk due to power surges that can damage, degrade or destroy that equipment, and result in downtime and financial losses. While insurance may cover the cost of repairing material damage to a security system, the downtime is often not covered by insurance and can quickly surpass the cost of surge protection devices or the cost of the damaged equipment. The…

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Mass-Notification System Market by IHS Markit

I n the Americas, hurricanes, tornadoes and earthquakes are occurring more frequently, so unimpeded mass communication during these events is critical. MNS software is often employed so companies can communicate with their employees, federal agencies, university students and the general public. More channels of communication available in these types of events, means more people can reach safety faster and more lives can be saved. In Western Europe, the second-largest market for MNS software, weather-related incidents occur less often, How Catastrophic Events are Changing Mass-Notification System Market By Robert Brooks –…

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BOSCH and Genetec End-to-End Security, Day After Day

Cybercrime – one of the world’s biggest crimes goes nearly unnoticed. The Internet of Things makes mobility, businesses and industries more connected, but it also leaves them more vulnerable to cybercrime. Online hacking has become so widespread that, by 2021, it is estimated that the cost of cybercrime damages will be $6 trillion annually.* All it takes for a hacker is finding a single weak link, from the outside or more commonly inside, in a surveillance network to gain access to, and jeopardize an entire data system. To cancel out…

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Smart IoT Industrial Park Brings Productivity & Quality to a New Level

To grasp the current manufacturing trends and seize the Zeitgeist of Industry 4.0, Dahua Technology has put to use a new smart IoT industrial park in Hangzhou. Dahua Smart (IoT) Industrial Park occupies in total 512 acres in Fuyang district of Hangzhou, about 20 minutes’ drive from Dahua headquarters, designed to host 6000 staff (by 2017, 4500 people have been working/ living in the 262 acres of phase one area). With topnotch technologies, personnel, materials and other benefits, Dahua’s smart industrial park will bring productivity and quality to a brand…

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