Internet of Things (IoT)

MOBOTIX demonstrates MOVE range with integrated security partners and solutions at IFSEC 2018

MOBOTIX (Stand C310) is showcasing its latest product line and technology partnerships that reflect an emerging culture of openness within the company. MOBOTIX welcomes 6 partners onto its booth to demonstrate a range of exciting new integrated solutions.  MOBOTIX MOVE camera line MOBOTIX is demonstrating the first public appearance of its new MOBOTIX MOVE line of cameras, the first ONVIF G compliant series. It is able to deliver three H.264 streams at the same time. The MOBOTIX MOVE seri...

Dahua’s panel discussion on GDPR focused on cybersecurity and AI applications at IFSEC 2018

Dahua Technology, a solutions provider in the global video surveillance industry, held a panel discussion over GDPR and cybersecurity, joined by TÜV Rheinland, an independent testing, inspection and certification organisation, and Synopsys, a software security and quality solution provider during IFSEC International on Tuesday afternoon. With General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) having come into force and Cybersecurity awareness continuing to grow in the EU, Dahua Technology has reali...

SecuriThings’ Two-Click Deployment enables organisations to protect IP cameras against cyber-threats

SecuriThings, provider in IoT security, unveiled a new capability that enables system integrators to rapidly deploy the SecuriThings solution onto operating IP cameras for immediate monitoring and remediation. Using common video management software (VMS), SecuriThings agents are quickly uploaded to existing video surveillance deployments, with no additional configuration necessary. IP cameras are crucial components of any physical security or safe city deployment. However, these devices are vul...

Advantages and pitfalls of electronic locking solutions

The concept of door locks means something totally different in our current age of smarter buildings that house data-driven businesses. Hardware locks and keys are still around, but they co-exist with a brave new world of electronic locks, wireless locks, networked systems, and smarter access control. Locks can also increasingly be a part of a smart building’s flow of data. The opportunities of these new technologies and approaches are significant, but there are also pitfalls. I heard an in...

IFSEC International 2018 to reflect increased convergence of physical and cyber security

With IFSEC International fast approaching, 27,000 security professionals are preparing to come together at London’s ExCel to share the latest technology and best practices in the physical security industry. Last year’s show reflected the latest trends shaking the security market, including Big Data and cybersecurity. This year, we can expect speakers and exhibitors to develop these themes in line with recent developments. The industry will need to respond to end users’ questio...

Pulse Secure to discuss implementing network access control during SANS Webinar

Pulse Secure, global provider of enterprise secure access solutions announced that John Pescatore, director of emerging security trends at SANS Institute, and Dave Cullen, manager of information technology and chief security officer (CSO) at Entegrus, will participate in a new webinar to discuss what works when implementing network access control (NAC). Pulse Secure NAC integration Hosted by the SANS Institute, the online seminar will feature an interview with Cullen on integrating Pulse Secur...

Round table discussions

How does the residential/smart home market impact commercial security?

The residential/smart home market is undergoing revolutionary transformation, with a flood of new products and technologies helping to make our homes more connected, easier to manage and, yes, smarter. These massive steps forward provide challenges, and also opportunities, for the security industry, which has played a major role in protecting homes and residents for decades. We asked this week’s Expert Panel Roundtable: How are changes in the residential/smart home market impacting securit...

How should your security company measure total cost of ownership (TCO)?

How much does a security system cost? We all know that total costs associated with systems are substantially higher than the “price tag.” There are many elements, tangible and intangible, that contribute to the costs of owning and operating a system. Taking a broad view and finding ways to measure these additional costs enables integrators and users to get the most value from a system at the lowest total cost of ownership (TCO). However, measuring TCO can be easier said than done. We...

What are the security challenges of the enterprise market?

Enterprise customers provide a large, and very lucrative, business opportunity for the physical security market. These customers include big global companies with plenty of revenue to spend and employees and facilities to protect. As a group, enterprise customers also tend to be a demanding lot, requiring systems that are large, scalable, that can operate across a wide geographic area, and that provide top-notch system performance. Enterprise customers set the standards of performance for the en...