How to maintain cybersecurity across all your devices

    Network administrators are under significant and increasing pressure to make sure their networks are designed and operated securely. So it is important that they have the right knowledge and tools to manage cybersecurity throughout the life cycle of the system. In this post, we will explore the cybersecurity best practices specific to managing their network […]

      Preventing intruder access at the front door; halting hacker access at the back

      The rapid evolution of access control technology, specifically its shift from a closed, proprietary system to an open, IP based architecture, has unlocked a new set of possibilities for end users. Modern access systems offer open communications architecture, designed to allow access controllers to be deployed as IoT devices. The benefits are obvious; Access control […]

        Opening new doors with IP access control

        The access control market is changing. It’s recently been reported that in 2017, for the second consecutive year, access control technology was the fastest growing sector in the global physical security industry, now accounting for 24% of the entire market[1]. This upwards trend, which is expected to continue in 2018, has been attributed to the […]

          Security for an anonymous service: protecting Bitcoin ATMs

          The rise of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, also known as altcoins, has been impossible to avoid. The market has hit the mainstream and broad public consciousness, with cryptocurrencies now available to buy on the high street via ATMs. Known as “Bitcoin ATMs”, these allow users to easily purchase cryptocurrencies from a machine, anonymously. One of […]

            Quality: more than meets the eye

            Why do people install surveillance cameras? It sounds like a silly question, but it’s not uncommon that the discussion deviates from the desired end-result and circles more around image resolution and other technical specifications. In the end the purpose of surveillance cameras is to ensure that the images can be used in a constructive way, […]

              Celebrating 10 years of onboard network cameras

              Since the world’s first network camera was launched back in  1996, the technology has developed enormously and now has a variety of uses in an ever-growing number of sectors. One area – which was initially reluctant to invest but has since made up a lot of ground – is transportation. Network cameras were first installed […]

                Top 5 strategies for reliable fall detection

                According to the World Health Organization, falls are the second leading cause of accidental or unintentional injury deaths worldwide. And a staggering 37.3 million falls are severe enough to require medical attention each year. A wide range of factors contribute to fall risk, such as environmental hazards, illness, neurological and mental conditions, muscle weakness, poor […]