Tag: security technology

Are Mobile Phones the Future for Accessing Your Office Building?

For many, mobile phones are the center of their world. They have endless capabilities and functions, which has led to their use in many industries. Security is one of the many industries that has utilized the abilities of mobile technologies to their advantage. Many modern security technologies now come with mobile phone enablements. Mobile phones […]

Passwords Are Passè: 3 Key Reasons to Replace Them for Enhanced Data Security

Since the invention of the qwerty keyboard in the 1870s and the first employers implemented usernames and passwords in the 1960s, cybersecurity professionals have been behind the eight ball in the fight to protect organizations’ proprietary and personnel data. For decades, security leaders have offered clear training for employees regarding password strength, strong protocols for […]

Autonomy Has Arrived: How Robots Can Boost the Physical Security Market

Today’s security ecosystem is constantly evolving to mitigate the threat from the growing sophistication of adversaries. Organizations are employing more sensors, cameras, and various Internet of Things (IoT) devices to cast a digital net over their assets. This digital revolution that is currently taking place is consistent across every vertical market. However, one area that […]

Mass. Soup Kitchen Upgrades Security with Integrated System

My Brother’s Table (MBT), the largest soup kitchen on Massachusetts’ North Shore, has replaced its analog surveillance cameras with a new security solution from Axis Communications—enhancing safety and efficiency at the facility and alleviating the workload of its lean staff. “Being so understaffed, we rely heavily on our new technology to keep our volunteers, service […]

Cybersecurity Best Practice Is for Life, Not Just for October

The arrival of Cybersecurity Awareness Month every October prompts discussion of best practice, and briefly raises the profile of security professionals. However, major attacks on organizations such as SolarWinds and Kaseya, and breaches of financial giants such as Morgan Stanley (caught up in the security problems of file-sharing company Accellion), should serve as a reminder […]

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DOJ Launches Body-Worn Camera Program for Federal Agents

On Sept. 1, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) announced the launch of the first phase of its Body-Worn Camera Program that requires department law enforcement personnel to use body-worn cameras (BWCs) during pre-planned law enforcement operations. Agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) Phoenix and Detroit Field Divisions have officially begun using BWCs during these pre-planned operations. Over the course […]