Today’s IP video systems have more cameras than ever, and why not? Given the simplicity of installing a camera anywhere on the network, many enterprises are reaping big benefits from additional cameras to provide more video and better visibility into every aspect of enterprise operation.
While most commonly associated with the aviation world, the checkpoint is now a major component of almost every security strategy. Whether it’s a major sporting event like the Olympics or the Super Bowl or a high-security facility like a government building or nuclear power facility, checkpoints have spread far-and-wide beyond the confines of the airport.
Chemical companies seeking to comply with federal Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS) regulations have focused almost entirely on using the Department of Homeland Security's Web-based Chemical Security Assessment Tool (CSAT) to create and submit a Site Security Plan.
Some sports fans will inevitably park off-site in different privately-owned lots around a venue, but how can venue security directors manage the problems that come through their gates from these under-regulated lots?