IoT

Read: Making Video Verification More Effective with Artificial Intelligence

Making Video Verification More Effective with Artificial Intelligence

AI ties video in with intrusion alarms to slash false alarms and save valuable law enforcement resources.

Read: Tackling IoT Operations and Device Security at Large University Campuses

Tackling IoT Operations and Device Security at Large University Campuses

To ensure the operational efficiency of IoT devices, here are four questions every campus security team should ask themselves.

Read: Making Safety Plans Actionable with Mass Notification

Making Safety Plans Actionable with Mass Notification

Getting people to act during an emergency should be a top priority of safety planning, and mass notification is key.

Read: Cybersecurity Basics: Terms and Definitions All Campus Safety Pros Should Know

Cybersecurity Basics: Terms and Definitions All Campus Safety Pros Should Know

Malware. Phishing. Password attacks. What’s the difference, anyway? Everyone involved in campus safety would benefit from knowing these general cybersecurity terms.

Read: 82% of Hospitals Experienced IoT Cyberattack in Past 18 Months

82% of Hospitals Experienced IoT Cyberattack in Past 18 Months

Of the hospitals that experienced an IoT attack, 34% were ransomware and 33% paid the ransom, according to a new joint report.

Read: How a Dementia Rehab Facility Manages Patient Security, Safety with IoT

How a Dementia Rehab Facility Manages Patient Security, Safety with IoT

A memory care facility is leveraging Bluetooth Low Energy and Wi-Fi connectivity to address patient safety and asset management.

Read: Choosing the Right Integrator for Your Next Campus Security Project

Choosing the Right Integrator for Your Next Campus Security Project

Before you hire an integrator, be sure to ask these four critical questions so you’ll have a partner you can trust when you upgrade your security systems.

Read: District Tracks School Bus Passing Violators with IoT

District Tracks School Bus Passing Violators with IoT

A Maryland school district captures data about school bus stop-arm violations with a camera- and cellular-based system. The citations have generated revenue for other bus safety technology.

Read: Better Cybersecurity Standards Mean Better Physical Security

Better Cybersecurity Standards Mean Better Physical Security

There is dearth of cybersecurity standards in the Internet of Things, but we are seeing some progress.

Read: Openpath Named Access Control Leader By Group337

Openpath Named Access Control Leader By Group337

A new report from Group337 ranks access control vendors based on market reach, technology, innovation engine and marketing.

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