Surveillance & Security News for June 2019

Four emerging app security challenges every CTO needs to know about

In the next three years, software as a service ‘SaaS’ is likely to grow by around 23%. That’s according to reports by Cognizance. It’s growth rests on the adoption of cloud public, private and hybrid. Without the cloud applications can’t truly pervade an organisation, nor can operational or customer benefits be derived. But there’s no point in adopting the cloud if it’s not secure - the proliferation of SaaS demands security, none more so in a GDPR wor...

Johnson Controls upgrades electronic security portfolio with Tyco DSC PowerSeries Pro security alarm system

Johnson Controls’ new EN Grade 3-compliant Tyco DSC PowerSeries Pro intrusion security alarm system provides a feature-rich intrusion detection solution for commercial properties of any size, from small shops to large office buildings, factories, healthcare facilities and educational campuses. The PowerSeries Pro completes the JCI intrusion product portfolio with integrators now able to single-source a complete electronic security solution for commercial installations from Johnson Control...

Is greater awareness helping to increase cybersecurity?

Cybersecurity has become the ultimate buzzword in the physical security market. And it also represents one of the industry’s most intractable challenges. Several years ago, the problem with cybersecurity was lack of awareness among physical security practitioners. It’s now safe to say that awareness has increased. Everyone today talks about cybersecurity, but has it helped the larger problem? We asked this week’s Expert Panel Roundtable: Is greater awareness helping to increase...

Kwikset updates line of smart connected locks with new Iron Black finish

With the introduction of a striking new Iron Black finish to its smart lock collection, Kwikset brand of Spectrum Brands, Inc. – Hardware & Home Improvement Division, is heightening its already strong focus on lock design and aesthetics. The contemporary versions of Kwikset’s SmartCode 914 Deadbolt Lock and SmartCode 916 Touchscreen Electronic Deadbolt will be the first connected locks to feature the new Iron Black finish. With this new finish, in addition to the existing Polis...

Matrox Graphics announces SRT streaming protocol support on Mura IPX capture and IP encode/decode cards

Matrox Graphics Inc. announces Secure Reliable Transport (SRT) streaming protocol support on its complete range of Matrox Mura IPX capture and IP encode/decode cards. The SRT open-source protocol and technology stack focuses on performance, reliability, and security for video delivery over private and public networks. As SRT-ready products, the high-density Matrox Mura IPX capture and IP encode/decode cards allow OEMs and system integrators to build cutting-edge solutions capable of streaming a...

Advancis partners with Southwest Microwave and TKH Security to exhibit security products at IFSEC 2019

Advancis is a pioneer in the PSIM industry and helps protect critical infrastructure and high security sites around the globe with its leading-edge control room solution. This year at IFSEC, Southwest Microwave and TKH Security will be exhibiting in partnership with Advancis on its stand as part of the Advancis community of technology partners. For security system buyers and decision makers IFSEC International in London is an important event in the calendar with over 27,000 international visito...

Broadstone records 300% increase in revenue and 700% increase in its user community

Manchester-based security tech scale-up, Broadstone, is celebrating unprecedented growth as it reports a 300% increase in revenue in the past five months and a 700% increase in its user community in the past six months (up from 2,500 users in October 2018 to 20,000 users this month). They predict that transactions via their platform (people looking for temporary work) will be in excess of £1m per month by 2020. As a result, the high growth firm is looking to expand its headcount by 50% ov...

Intelligent video analytics plays a vital role in securing power grids and substations

The power grid is a modern engineering marvel, providing us widely available and affordable energy for not only our day to day lives, but also highly critical infrastructure elements for which we rely on personally, and as an economy. However, our reliance on the grid also makes it highly susceptible to adverse events, including physical attacks. All parts of the grid can become victims of malicious events, but substations are particularly vulnerable due to their role in power distribution and t...

ProdataKey’s pdk io cloud-based wireless access control enhances security at Corning High School

ProdataKey (PDK), an innovator of cloud-based networked and wireless access control products and services, announced that Corning High School, in Corning, Arkansas, has increased its security and greatly enhanced its lockdown capabilities by installing the pdk io wireless access control system. Pdk io is a wireless, cloud-based solution that provides advantages such as around-the-clock accessibility, remote management, superior backup and redundancy, automated updates, and strong cyber security...

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