Threats such as personal health, safety, and security, as well as disruptive events like protests, civil unrest, and weather can pose significant risk to travelers any time they leave their home or office. Proactive measures that reduce the frequency and severity of incidents help avoid response expenses and reduce potential liability.
In this best practices guide, you’ll learn the essentials of a travel risk management (TRM) program and how to evaluate your current program’s maturity level. The in-depth self-assessment toolkit includes a comprehensive assessment criteria checklist, scoring methodology, ratings matrix, and insights on how to build upon your current TRM program.
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Weather-related events can have a significant effect on business continuity. Weather monitoring and understanding weather circumstances can help organizations track assets, equipment, and staff. Read on for information on best practices, tips and tools, and advice on conducting drills. Learn about how new weather tracking and alerting technologies also have an important role to play in providing more detailed information – with faster advanced warning.
New research from ASIS International and HID Global shows that while most organizations desire to unify physical and logical access control, technical and organizational challenges prevent them from doing so. Download this whitepaper to learn how your organization can create a safer, more convenient environment through a unified approach to access control.
The global market for card-based electronic access control (EAC) is projected to reach $10.1 billion by 2020 according to Global Industry Analysts. Recent research by ASIS International, however, finds the technology deployed in the field to be relatively aged and insecure. Responses provided by nearly 2,000 members of ASIS who serve as security directors or consultants indicate the most common access control credential technology deployed today is 125 kHz low frequency proximity, which is relied on by 44 percent of respondents, while 33 percent use magnetic stripe, 21 percent barcode, and 10 percent MIFARE Classic. Just 45 percent of respondents indicated use of more secure technologies such as FIPS-201, iCLASS, MIFARE DESFire, Seos, and Sony FeliCa.
For organizations choosing to implement or expand an IP video surveillance system, the ability to efficiently manage video streams and storage is crucial to ensure the best use of the network and reduce costs associated with deploying and operating the system.
Learn how to deploy a surveillance system that operates with greater efficiency on your network by choosing a VMS application that supports the following capabilities:
End-to-end multicast transmission
Stream redirection and multicast-to-unicast conversion
As the global market leader in video surveillance, Hikvision continually strives for enhancement of our products through application of the latest technologies. Our specialized H.264+ Advanced Video Coding (AVC) optimizes compression beyond the current H.264 standard. H.264+ is used in our Value Plus and Smart IP families of products. Download our whitepaper to learn more.
This month, Security magazine brings you the Security 500 Report, Rankings and Thought Leader Profiles. How does your enterprise compare to others? Which security programs are leading the way? Also this month, we highlight artificial intelligence, ransomware attacks, vaping and cybersecurity regulations.