Hi-Tech Security Solutions
Superior installations and fast response time
September 2013, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring
AMAX was founded in 1996 as a wireless ISP. CEO Freeg Stoltz said that the company identified the need for security equipment to be constantly monitored and maintained. This resulted in the development of a control room where all field equipment is monitored 24/7.
Separate security hype from reality
September 2013, RADWIN, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring, Perimeter Security, Alarms & Intruder Detection, IT infrastructure
Wireless networks have been labelled as generally insecure, supported by all sorts of horror stories on the Internet and even mainstream press. Hi-Tech Security Solutions spoke to Peter Turvey and Nick Ehrke from Radwin SA to find out how insecure wireless really is.
Healing fraud in healthcare
August 2013, Access Control & Identity Management, Healthcare (Industry)
A report in http://academia.edu by Dennis Backherms, a graduate in information technology from Capella University in the USA, takes an in-depth look at the inherent advantages and disadvantages of biometric technology in the healthcare sector.
IFSEC SA 2013 a winner
August 2013, Conferences & Events
IFSEC SA 2013 has come and gone, Hi-Tech Security Solutions takes a look at a few of the highlights from the show.
Dump the DVR, or not?
August 2013, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring
Hi-Tech Security Solutions asked a few storage experts to tell us more about the storage systems required for large surveillance projects. We’re not focusing on systems that can be served by a DVR (digital video recorder) or NVR (network video recorder) or two, but large systems requiring terabyte (TB) storage arrays and more for multiple users.
August 2013, Security Services & Risk Management
Hi-Tech Security Solutions wanted to know what risk management processes have been automated or computerised (or even outsourced) to streamline compliance and give companies the chance to manage their risks in near real time.
Full of stuff you need to know
August 2013, News
If you’re feeling weighed down, it’s because we have a huge issue this month. We have 120 pages of all the stuff you need to know about security, including a few interesting case studies (and one about ...