Infinidat enhances channel support Issue 3 2022, IT infrastructure Infinidat drives go-to-market strategy with new global partner portal and expands channel sales with Storage-as-a-Service in ArrowSphere.
GJD announces new SMT Machine Issue 3 2022, Perimeter Security, Alarms & Intruder Detection GJD will now be able to complete the manufacture of its products in-house, and thereby significantly decrease the business’ carbon footprint while increasing employment opportunities.
Smart home devices market growing across META Issue 3 2022, Smart Home Automation The Middle East, Turkey, and Africa (META) smart home devices market continues to register significant gains on the back of increasing awareness and improving end user experiences, according to the latest insights from International Data Corporation.
How to react in an armed robbery or home invasion Issue 3 2022, Fidelity Services Group , Security Services & Risk Management How you react when faced with a nervous, gun-toting criminal can save your life, or cost you your life; all family members need to know what to do in such circumstances.
To be or not to be, is that the objective? CCTV Handbook 2022, Iris AI, Editor's Choice, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring Gerhard Furter joins a discussion on the nature of sentience in artificial intelligence. Do we actually know what sentience is, or are we overestimating our human capabilities?
From the editor's desk: The last CCTV Handbook CCTV Handbook 2022, Technews Publishing Welcome to the CCTV Handbook 2022, I hope the headline caught your eye. This really is the last CCTV Handbook Hi-Tech Security Solutions will ever produce, but it is not the last handbook about surveillance ...
From Generation Z to Baby Boomers Issue 3 2022 Lorna Hardie, regional director at VMware SSA discusses the impact of hybrid working across the generations when work is no longer confined to the office.
Axis to create explosion-protected cameras Issue 3 2022, Axis Communications SA, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring, Products Axis Communications has announced its plans to develop its own explosion-protected surveillance cameras and devices across the Axis product portfolio through a new subsidiary, Axis Ex AB.
DCC becomes sole Symantec distributor for South Africa Issue 3 2022, Cyber Security Drive Control Corporation (DCC) has been appointed the sole distributor for Symantec security solutions to the South Africa channel, and will now also be distributing Symantec into the SADC region.
Workforce shortage impacts 85% of organisations Issue 3 2022 Global study of cybersecurity professionals by Trellix and Vanson Bourne identifies opportunities to enrich workforce amid growing talent gap, which impacts 85% of organisations’ cybersecurity posture.
Good news for gun owners Issue 3 2022 The Fidelity Security Group welcomes May’s Constitutional Court decision that finally clarifies the position of a firearm owner who possesses a firearm with an expired licence.
QR Code passwordless authentication method Issue 3 2022, Access Control & Identity Management, Products LogMeOnce introduces a patented QR Code passwordless authentication method allowing users to scan a code with their mobile device for secure authentication.
Improving biometrics to address privacy, scale and accuracy Issue 3 2022, Editor's Choice, Access Control & Identity Management CryptoNets uses artificial intelligence and a new type of encryption; it is very fast, locating a face among countless others in milliseconds without the need to have any other data to narrow the search.
Cybersecurity partnership to defend humanitarian organisations Issue 3 2022 A strategic collaboration in cybersecurity to defend humanitarian organisations against targeted cyberattacks was announced between the CyberPeace Institute, a Geneva-based non-governmental organisation (NGO), and Partisia Blockchain Foundation.
How annoying is cybersecurity? Issue 3 2022 SA’s hybrid workers consider cybersecurity protocols either complicated, painful, time consuming or unimportant (27%) and a significant portion avoid them altogether (34%).