Moving forward

    This blog post is a joint collaboration between Lucas Young and Anthony Incorvati. Read more about the authors on their respective author page. Travel restrictions, working from home and social distancing have all had an impact on the way people and goods move around the world. Transportation UK and US practice leaders, Lucas Young and […]

      The arms race of AI in cybersecurity

      With any advancement in technology, you can bet that the criminal fraternity will be quickly examining its potential in supporting their nefarious goals. Whether cyber criminals planning ransomware attacks or the theft of data and financial information, or nation states looking to disrupt the critical infrastructure of adversaries (if not worse), new technology has the […]

        How radar technology adds value to surveillance solutions

        It’s true that one size doesn’t fit all, and this also applies to security solutions. Video surveillance is an important factor when it comes to protecting premises and sites – but not every solution fits every surrounding. Factors such as the size of the premises, the level of lighting, the presence of hazards or privacy […]

          Reflecting on our predictions of the macro trends affecting the sector in 2020

          Niels Bohr, the Danish Nobel Laureate in Physics, famously said, “Prediction is very difficult, especially about the future!” He was a clever man. Back in January, I published a post which looked at the broader macro trends that I thought would affect the security sector in 2020. At that point, few would have predicted the […]

            Are we already living in the future?

            Spearheading innovation is no easy thing. It takes commitment to soldier on through the tests and trials. But also, to combat the skepticism, opposition, and even ridicule that you can encounter when you go against the grain – which is often the case when you try to break new ground. For us innovation has always […]