Security Technology

Read: “Safety Everywhere” Is Possible for Healthcare Workers

“Safety Everywhere” Is Possible for Healthcare Workers

The new concept of “safety everywhere” is being adopted as an alternative to the traditional assumption that an organization’s duty of care ended as soon as an employee leaves the building.

Read: The 2023 Campus Safety Online Summit Is This Wednesday and Thursday. Register Now!

The 2023 Campus Safety Online Summit Is This Wednesday and Thursday. Register Now!

On Dec. 6 and 7, subject-matter experts will discuss timely safety and security topics such as protests, after-action reviews, and digital threat assessments.

Read: Opinion: It’s Time to Trust Video Surveillance Systems

Opinion: It’s Time to Trust Video Surveillance Systems

As the video surveillance industry continues to boom, will we ever become comfortable with the trade-off between autonomy and security?

Read: HID Partners with CERTIFY Health to Offer AI-Powered Patient Verification Technology

HID Partners with CERTIFY Health to Offer AI-Powered Patient Verification Technology

The collaboration combines HID’s U.ARE.U™ Camera Identification System with CERTIFY Care, a patient engagement platform.

Read: Integrated Campus Lockdown Solutions for a Safer Future

Integrated Campus Lockdown Solutions for a Safer Future

An IT consultant shares how she worked with a K-12 school to develop an integrated technology strategy plan.

Read: Trinity Basin Preparatory Improves Emergency Response Across 12 Campuses with CriticalArc’s SafeZone

Trinity Basin Preparatory Improves Emergency Response Across 12 Campuses with CriticalArc’s SafeZone

When a user activates the duress button on the SafeZone app, their identity and location are shared with the TBP Safety Department for a coordinated response.

Read: Defending Against Adversarial AI

Defending Against Adversarial AI

With the ever-increasing capabilities and use of AI, we must take appropriate steps to guard against its nefarious use.

Read: Mass. Schools Look to PASS K-12 Guidelines to Improve Student Safety

Mass. Schools Look to PASS K-12 Guidelines to Improve Student Safety

Tom LeBlanc, former editorial director of Commercial Integrator and a member of the PASS Outreach Committee, shares feedback from his discussions with local Massachusetts leaders regarding school safety.

Read: Student Safety Meets Classroom Design at Campus Safety Conference at EDspaces

Student Safety Meets Classroom Design at Campus Safety Conference at EDspaces

This co-located event offers both the content CSC attendees have come to expect and love as well as free access to EDspaces’ sessions and exhibit hall.

Read: Aiphone Expands Access Control Portfolio with AC Nio Software Platform

Aiphone Expands Access Control Portfolio with AC Nio Software Platform

The customizable dashboard lets customers manage daily access control credentials, run reports, set schedules, and program the AC Series access control solution.

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