If there is anything the security industry has learned over the past few years, it’s that this industry is not static. There are constant changes in technology and threats which can range from worrying about a possible break-in to employee theft or protecting a facility, its assets and employees. Security professionals are having to stay up to date with the latest and greatest security system technologies and adapt existing solutions quickly in order to keep their assets and information safe.
The New Year brings the possibility of a fresh start, new ideas and goals, and hope for a better tomorrow. And never before has a year started out with such a large focus on how the future can be improved through the promise of technology.
Much has been written about smart cities and the IoT frameworks and applications that make smart cities work. Smart meters, smart traffic lights, and smart utilities are well established technologies used by cities and governments around the world, but what about the lesser known technologies that enhance living standards in more subtle ways?
As the Internet of Things (IoT) grows and cyberthreats become more sophisticated and prevalent, it’s more important than ever for security companies to understand the cybersecurity landscape and have strong cybersecurity postures. The security industry is recognizing the urgency of this issue, too – in the Security Industry Association’s (SIA’s) research to forecast the 2019 Security Megatrends, cybersecurity was identified as the standout trend shaping the security industry.
How can you enhance your role as a strategic business partner in your enterprise? In a webinar, John Turey, Vice President of Enterprise Risk and Security Management at TE Connectivity, discussed how enterprise security can better think and understand about enterprise risk management.
The term “Internet of Things” is becoming increasingly common in the vocabulary of IT and physical security professionals. While IoT may seem like a foreign concept, it’s probably more familiar than you realize. Of the 17.5 million petabytes of data generated by IoT applications, 84% comes from video surveillance! Additional IoT data is generated by integrated security sensors, access control systems and other physical security applications. Read More