As organizations re-evaluate their office spaces, leveraging security solutions will be critical to addressing three key areas: improving employee health and safety; enhancing business efficiencies; and, proactively solving business challenges.
Now, user experience is at the forefront of the evolution of security technology, with devices being developed that both enhance and simplify the way in which people interact with security solutions. One significant advancement for the security industry has been the development and introduction of frictionless access control technology – a solution that alters and simplifies the overall user experience.
Security and business optimization in logistics calls for a multi-tiered approach – a solution that addresses security while streamlining operations, reducing costs and increasing revenue. So, what is the role of video security systems in logistics and how can these devices support a versatile, flexible approach while generating more revenue?
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), in coordination with the National Association of Secretaries of State (NASS) and the National Association of State Election Directors (NASED), hosted the nation’s annual election security exercise last week, bringing together federal, state, local, and private sector partners for the fourth annual Tabletop the Vote. More than 1,000 participants ran through hypothetical scenarios affecting election operations to share practices around cyber and physical incident planning, preparedness, identification, response, and recovery.
The truth is, the roles of security workers have become more crucial to public safety than ever, and their voices need to be heard. We must take this time as an opportunity to drive change and improve the livelihood of our forgotten frontline workers.
With the advent of Internet of Things (IoT) technology and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), the cyber security practices are increasingly getting integrated with the physical security practices. Read More
Physical security is the first line of defense in cyber security. Protecting data centers, home to many companies’ IT infrastructure and networks, demands a four-tier approach to physical security. Read More
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