The first “Secure the Future” event hosted by Axis Communications brought students and security technology together.
Endpoint security has become an important strategy for protecting business data assets, but there are a number of common misconceptions about it.
Pivot3 will work with Agent Vi, BriefCam, Milestone and NVIDIA to deliver comprehensive solutions for securing campuses, airports, cities and mass transit.
Here’s how one Northeast school district used video surveillance to optimize its collaboration with first responders, reduce vandalism and theft, and improve operations.
The system involves ID badges that teachers can press during an emergency. During a serious event, an automatic lockdown can be implemented using the badge.
A report claims the NYPD would edit photos and upload celebrity lookalikes into facial recognition software to identify suspects.
SIA has identified alarm and access control components, cameras and smoke detectors as some product categories impacted by the new tariffs. The tax hikes will most likely increase the costs of these products, which will be passed on to end users.
UL Technology & Security Director Andrew Jamieson explains how the global safety certification company is pursuing cybersecurity standards.
San Francisco is the first city in the United States to prohibit its government from using facial-recognition technology.
Learn more about the important, can’t miss sessions coming to each conference city.