|Intelligently leveraging disparate data sources
July 2017, This Week's Editor's Pick, Integrated Solutions
By connecting data historically and analysing trends, businesses have access to real-time and post-forensic information.
|Ending workforce management shortfalls
July 2017, Active Track, Access Control & Identity Management, Asset Management, EAS, RFID
The FPX10 sends email and SMS notifications in the event of breach of pre-set parameters, or activation of its panic or emergency functions.
|Delivering more than security
July 2017, Johnson Controls, This Week's Editor's Pick, Integrated Solutions
Smart organisations are making use of intelligent security solutions with open systems that can communicate with scada and operational systems to drive complex processes related to optimising operations, production and profitability.
|Foresight and integration
July 2017, Xone Integrated Security, Integrated Solutions
Hi-Tech Security Solutions spoke to two companies about their experience in dealing with the risks industrial concerns face.
|Security for factory environments
July 2017, ZKTeco, Access Control & Identity Management
Due to the variety and complexity of most industrial sites, their security systems should combine access control, video surveillance, intrusion systems and more.
|Biggest threat to industrial systems
July 2017, This Week's Editor's Pick, Cyber Security, Security Services & Risk Management
The biggest threat to industrial control systems since Stuxnet is Industroyer, a sophisticated and extremely dangerous malware designed to disrupt critical industrial processes.
|Hardened cameras watch the pier
April 2017, Stahl Esaco, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring
Esaco deploys hardened, explosion-proof cameras along with Axis technology to manage the surveillance requirements of on-shore operations.
|VIVOTEK drinks to success
April 2017, VIVOTEK, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring
Moving from analogue to IP improved a beverage company’s control over its production process and administrative areas in all its production facilities.
|Drunk enough to be dismissed?
October 2016, This Week's Editor's Pick, Security Services & Risk Management
Employers often operate under the mistaken belief that testing positive for alcohol equates to the employee being under the influence of alcohol.
|Business as usual for Centurion
September 2016, Centurion Systems, This Week's Editor's Pick, Access Control & Identity Management, Perimeter Security, Alarms & Intruder Detection, News
Centurion Systems recently announced it has been acquired by FAAC, a global access automation company that has been operating since the 1960s.
|The fourth Industrial Revolution
September 2016, Cyber Security, Integrated Solutions, IT infrastructure
Industry 4.0 also opens up a number of new security concerns as a multitude of new connected sensors and devices are added to the corporate network.
|Challenges line the road to success
September 2016, Radio Data Communications, This Week's Editor's Pick
Hi-Tech Security Solutions spoke to Rex Pennefather from IDS and Brent Andreka from RDC to discover their opinions on the local manufacturing market.
|Industrial security requires more than security
September 2016, ZKTeco, Suprema, This Week's Editor's Pick, Integrated Solutions
Whether they are after physical goods or virtual information, industrial operations are prime targets for the criminally inclined.
|Balancing cost with performance
September 2016, This Week's Editor's Pick, Security Services & Risk Management
One of the challenges Nissan South Africa faces is the annual capital investment to ensure all security measures are fully maintained and up to date.
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