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Security Technology

Security Technology News

Read: UCF Settles Lawsuit After 63,000 Social Security Numbers Exposed

UCF Settles Lawsuit After 63,000 Social Security Numbers Exposed

One of the plaintiffs claims several fraudulent credit cards were opened under his name and his credit score dropped as a result of the hack.

Research

Read: Security Camera Demand to Increase 7.2 Percent Annually Through 2021

Security Camera Demand to Increase 7.2 Percent Annually Through 2021

According to a new Freedonia Group study, security cameras accounted for half of all 2016 video surveillance system sales.

Resources

Read: How Technology Can Help Provide a Safe Learning Environment

How Technology Can Help Provide a Safe Learning Environment

Join Campus Safety and Axis Communications to discover the benefits of working closely with your technology vendors, get tips on starting from the beginning and understand the challenges of implementing a new security solution.

All Security Technology Content

Read: 10 Cybersecurity Travel Tips For The Holidays

10 Cybersecurity Travel Tips For The Holidays

Officials with access to sensitive information should keep these ten cybersecurity travel tips in mind to ensure a breach-free holiday season.

Read: U.S. Army Active Shooter Virtual Training Expands to Teachers

U.S. Army Active Shooter Virtual Training Expands to Teachers

The program was created by the U.S. Army and the Department of Homeland Security and has been used by police officers and first responders.

Read: Top Security Trends and Technological Advances of 2017

Top Security Trends and Technological Advances of 2017

Advances in video surveillance, access control, systems integration and PSIM are just a few trends the security industry has seen in 2017.

Read: SplashData Releases Top 100 Worst Passwords of 2017

SplashData Releases Top 100 Worst Passwords of 2017

SplashData released its annual list of worst passwords, making it clear why so many of us get hacked and stressing the importance of a strong password.

Read: Wireless Locks Improve Security at Univ. of Cincinnati Residence Halls

Wireless Locks Improve Security at Univ. of Cincinnati Residence Halls

This Ohio school’s new wireless locks have helped to address the cost and safety issues associated with mechanical locks and key systems.

Read: 2017’s Top Security Technology Innovations for Your Campus

2017’s Top Security Technology Innovations for Your Campus

Check out these top 12 security technology innovations of 2017 that could help simplify and solve your campus safety needs.

Read: Allied Universal Joins The Security Robot Race

Allied Universal Joins The Security Robot Race

Robotic Assistance Devices (RAD) will be providing the security robots to Allied Universal to augment existing security efforts.

Read: Des Moines Area Community College Upgrades Emergency Communications

Des Moines Area Community College Upgrades Emergency Communications

With their upgraded communications system, Des Moines Area Community College officials feel confident they’re prepared for any emergency.

Read: The Positive Power of Negative Thinking

The Positive Power of Negative Thinking

Hospitals, schools and universities must be prepared for emergencies, and an instant notification system is a valuable tool that can help campuses respond quickly when disaster strikes.

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