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Larry Anderson

Editor, SourceSecurity.com

An experienced journalist and long-time presence in the US security industry, Larry is SourceSecurity.com's eyes and ears in the fast-changing security marketplace, attending industry and corporate events, interviewing security leaders and contributing original editorial content to the site. He leads SourceSecurity.com US Edition's team of dedicated editorial and content professionals, guiding the "editorial roadmap" to ensure the site provides the most relevant content for security professionals. Larry also commissions Expert Commentary / Thought Leadership features, providing a platform for the industry's top executives to comment on the dynamic security marketplace.

From 1996 to 2008, Larry was editor of "Access Control & Security Systems" magazine and its affiliated website. He has written numerous articles for and about some of the largest companies in the security industry. He earned a Bachelor of Arts from Georgia State University with a minor in marketing.

Round Table contributions by Larry Anderson

Does the political climate affect spending on security systems?
Does the political climate affect spending on security systems?

Comment: A more stable political climate makes us feel safer, so theoretically, stability would equate to less demand for security technologies. It’s...

What is the negative impact of hype in the security marketplace?
What is the negative impact of hype in the security marketplace?

Comment: It’s always a delicate balance when marketers seek to sell the “sizzle” before the steak is quite done. The reality of lengthy...

Are mergers and acquisitions good or bad for the security industry?
Are mergers and acquisitions good or bad for the security industry?

Comment: There are many examples when a merger or acquisition has clearly had a negative impact on the company being acquired. Successful entrepreneurial...

How can IP networked systems adapt to lost connectivity?
How can IP networked systems adapt to lost connectivity?

Comment: Assuming localised power, networked video and security edge devices continue to operate in the case of a network outage. Cameras continue to...

Articles by Larry Anderson

Babel Street analyses data in any language to find security threatsBabel Street analyses data in any language to find security threats
The Internet is awash in information, and some little bit of it somewhere might represent a threat to your company. How much would you pay someone on your staff to read more than a billion...
ADT Survey: Do Millennials use security products?ADT Survey: Do Millennials use security products?
Millennials are an important market, and in one sense, they represent future possibility. The changing tastes and trends of this tech-savvy “Generation Y,” who came of age around the...
Body-worn cameras: Crime prevention tool, or threat to privacy?Body-worn cameras: Crime prevention tool, or threat to privacy?
Despite the increasing popularity of body-worn cameras , the technology has its detractors. For example, this month Big Brother Watch, a British civil liberties and privacy organisation, is...
How NERC/CIP compliance is boosting US power grid securityHow NERC/CIP compliance is boosting US power grid security
Protecting power grids is essential to deliver electricity that serves millions of consumers. Transmission substations are a component of the power infrastructure that presents unique security...
Intelligent surveillance: AI for police body-worn camerasIntelligent surveillance: AI for police body-worn cameras
Working together to develop an intelligent body-worn camera for public safety users, Motorola Solutions and artificial intelligence (AI) company Neurala are demonstrating how AI can be added to...

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