IP security wasn’t always revered — in fact, it was a topic of suspect by many A/V professionals only a short few years ago. But with advances in encryption and other cybersecurity measures, things like IP-based monitoring systems started cropping up all over the place. But Swedish-founded company Axis Communications says it was the first to […]
In an effort to make the lives of border control officers easier, the European Parliament voted to integrate separate databases into one large space for personal identification information.
Airports are beginning to scan the faces of passengers boarding flights in an effort fast-tracked by the Trump Administration.
Tyco says the PowerSeries Pro is its first commercial intrusion security panel that can handle large commercial installations while eliminating the need for wires on sensors or keypads.
Need to beef up the physical security of your facility? A wide variety of access control options are available to improve the safety and convenience of employees’ comings and goings, and offer better management and automation of the company.
AMAG’s Symmetry Access Control software now integrates with Suprema’s BioLite N2 and BioEntry P2 biometric readers to provide end users with several options for access.
Schiphol Airport starts using facial recognition biometrics technology to speed up boarding of passengers.
National survey finds that few Americans want limits on facial recognition technology.
This week, January 14th-18th, 2019: the cybersecurity behind access control, the technology skills gap in education, and understanding the journey toward a digital transformation.
An ethical hacker explains how the cybersecurity concerns of access control technology are often overlooked, and why that’s so dangerous for organizations.