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Surveillance solutionism is not a solution
Issue 7 2022, Editor's Choice, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring
The concept of surveillance solutionism has been used more broadly in the context of other types of surveillance, including the monitoring of people using technology, apps, social media, as well as AI-enabled technology.

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The technology wave implications for staff mismatches in control rooms
Issue 6 2022, Editor's Choice, Security Services & Risk Management
An industry habit of looking at control rooms through a physical security lens has increasingly left clients and staff at a disadvantage in keeping up with control room technology and demands.

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Security risk and the sum of small things
Residential Security Handbook 2022: Smart Living , Editor's Choice, Integrated Solutions, Security Services & Risk Management, Residential Estate (Industry)
Dr Craig Donald advises that the small things we often write off as unimportant can quickly scale to become serious threats to security and safety.

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Security risk and the sum of small things
Issue 5 2022, Editor's Choice
Dr Craig Donald advises that the small things we often write off as unimportant can quickly scale to become serious threats to security and safety.

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Maintaining security and CCTV functions in difficult economic times
Issue 4 2022, Editor's Choice, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring
To avoid being seen as “just another overhead”, Dr Craig Donald says security needs to demonstrate its relevance and importance to organisational survival.

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The impact of AI-enhanced video analytics on control room personnel
CCTV Handbook 2022, Editor's Choice, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring
What impact do AI-capable detection systems have on control room staff, and do they mean a change in the demands on operators and the type of people you have in the control room?

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The supervisor role in control rooms
Issue 3 2022, Editor's Choice, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring
The control room supervisor role is not a simple task of making sure that all the staff are present and appear to be performing their duties.

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Why companies do CCTV control room surveillance training
Issue 2 2022, Editor's Choice, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring, Training & Education
When it comes to getting resources for untapping the potential of people to realise their competencies and unlock the capacities of the systems they use, security personnel are often poor neighbours to other organisational departments.

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Training that delivers
Issue 8 2021, Technews Publishing, ESDA(Electronic Security Distributors Association), BTC Training Africa, Editor's Choice, Security Services & Risk Management, Conferences & Events, Training & Education
Hi-Tech Security Solutions hosted a virtual conversation to address the challenges and solutions related to effective and measurable training and education in the security industry.

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Licence to operate and social legitimacy
Issue 7 2021, Editor's Choice, Security Services & Risk Management
Unlike a grant of permission to undertake a trade or carry out a business activity subject to regulation or supervision by the licencing authority, the social licence to operate rests in a moral legitimacy.

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Leveraging intelligence for surveillance
Issue 6 2021, Editor's Choice, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring
Have companies seized the opportunities to complement and enhance the capabilities of both CCTV surveillance and that of intelligence gathering to gain strategic and operational insights?

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Viewer’s bias
Issue 5 2021, Editor's Choice, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring, Security Services & Risk Management
There is potential in any situation for different interpretations of behaviour and conditions of interaction and the less that people are trained in their interpretation process, the more potential there is for something to go wrong.

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