New security devices are being used or tested at today’s airports for passenger safety and convenience. Paper boarding may no longer be necessary when using Delta’s biometric boarding pass experience that is being tested at Reagan Washington National Airport. Video Analytics and Wave Radio Frequency technology are part of the security upgrades at Wisconsin’s Green […]
Category: Security Hardware and Technology
The tools of the security trade are advancing at an extraordinary pace. We take a look at the latest security hardware and software, from malware and cyberattack detection to cameras to motion sensors. These articles will help you determine what gadgets may be best for your security strategy—and what will fit your budget.
At the Digital Banking conference recently in Texas, Samsung SDS America and Diebold Nixdorf rolled out a new automatic teller machine (ATM) that lets customers withdraw money using only their mobile devices and mobile facial recognition for authentication. The joint technology simplifies authentication with enhanced security and an improved consumer experience.
The summer months are a popular time to plan vacation getaways to historic places in the United States. Historic preservation goals and standards can be particularly challenging in historic buildings when trying to balance requirements with security compliance standards.
The migration of access control systems to a digital IP environment brings many of the same benefits that the IP video technology has delivered. An IP-based solution not only makes execution and integration of access control systems more feasible but also an IP access control system can include a mix of the best equipment available […]
Not long ago, a subscriber to one of our sister publications asked the following question: Is there a regulation or standard that requires security officers carrying a weapon to be issued body armor?
Atlantic City police officials formally unveil the city’s new surveillance center and multimillion-dollar surveillance system as part of a public-safety initiative. Atlantic City is committed to making the city safer for residents and visitors.
JetBlue is testing out a pilot self-boarding program that uses facial recognition for identification on flights between Boston and Aruba starting this month. A quick photo match at the gate verifies JetBlue customers to board.
The Security Industry Association’s (SIA) New Product Showcase (NPS) recognizes innovative products, services, and solutions in electronic physical security. Technologies highlighted in the New Product Showcase are used in the protection of life and property in residential, commercial, and institutional settings.
The physical security industry and end users are embracing network video surveillance in a big way. The trend is growing at a rapid pace to replace old analog CCTV and DVR systems with IP network technology when a video security system is being installed, upgraded, or expanded. Basically, operating like a computer that sees, IP […]