Security access systems

SENSTAR releases FiberPatrol FP1150 fence-mounted intrusion detection system

Senstar is pleased to announce the FiberPatrol FP1150, the newest addition to its fiber optic perimeter intrusion detection line. The dual-channel FP1150 accurately detects and locates intrusion attempts for up to 10 km (6.2 mi) or 5 km (3.1 mi) per side in a platform that is more compact, more highly integrated, and more rugged than previous generations. Perimeter intrusion detection The FP1150 enhances the market-leading capabilities of the Senstar’s FiberPatrol line by extending the o...

Meesons to unveil anti-tailgating physical entrance control solutions at IFSEC 2018

Meesons, a supplier and installer of a wide range of innovative anti-tailgating entrance control solutions, will be unveiling an industry-first at this year’s IFSEC, 19-21 June, ExCeL London. This much anticipated event is set to revolutionise the way physical entrance control solutions are specified, it will take place on Tuesday 19 June, the first day of IFSEC, at 12.00 noon on Stand H130. Attendees to the unveiling and certificate presentation will gain an insight into how Meesons is...

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...

SALTO participates in IFSEC 2018’s Show Me How programme to showcase security products

SALTO Systems is set to showcase a range of security products at IFSEC in June, with a strong focus on mobile and cloud based access control solutions. Find us on stand G100. The SALTO team are taking part in IFSEC’s ‘Show Me How’ programme which means our product experts will all be wearing ‘Show Me How’ badges. Go up to any member of the SALTO team wearing a ‘Show Me How’ badge and ask for a product demonstration at any time during the show. Along wi...

Tyco's exacqVision Training Certification Program aids end-users to choose certified system integrators

Tyco, the security products division of Johnson Controls, has introduced the exacqVision Training Certification Program to enable end-users to choose from a pool of highly trained and certified system integrators who are able to install and support Exacq video management software (VMS) to a high standard. “We appreciate the importance of working with competent system integrators who share our ambition of ensuring clients achieve maximum benefit from their investment in a video surveillanc...

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

Are integrators and end users overwhelmed by too many choices?

Finding the exact right technology to solve an end user’s problem is challenging, but the rewards are great when an integrator gets it right. A wide range of available product types, price levels and added features increases the likelihood of identifying a technology to solve any problem. But with so many technology and product choices in the marketplace, identifying that one solution can be akin to finding a needle in a haystack. We wondered whether a vast range of product choices is alwa...

What role does social media play in promoting security?

Social media is part of our everyday lives, and increasingly it is also part of the security marketplace. Social media can be used for effective marketing and to communicate with customers, and it can be leveraged as a tool to make us all more secure. Communicating information in a crisis is another role social media can play to promote security. To elaborate on social media’s increasingly vital presence in the security marketplace, we asked this week’s Expert Panel Roundtable: What...

Has consolidation shifted to the security integrator/installer market?

Consolidation – a decrease in the number of companies in a market achieved through mergers and acquisitions (M&A) – has been an important trend among manufacturers in the physical security market for many years. More recently, the trend has also appeared to extend to the integrator market. Larger integrators have been buying up other large integrators; in some cases, they have also been buying up smaller, regional integrators to expand their geographic coverage area. We wondered...