Industry News

nbn survey: Our homes are getting smarter and more connected

Feb 15, 2017

How smart is your home?  How connected are your home devices?  How many devices are connected to your wifi network at any one time? nbn survey reveals that the number of connected home devices will double by 2020.

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Webcams, Video Conferencing, Smart Security: All Hackable in Less Than 3 Minutes

Jan 14, 2017

Seven common enterprise Internet of Things (IoT) devices have proven to be hackable in less than three minutes, including IP-connected security systems, smart HVACs and energy meters, video conferencing systems and connected printers.

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Top technology trends in the security market to look for in 2017

Dec 20, 2016

The shops are getting busy, and, depending on which hemisphere you live in, it’s either time to turn on the central heating or break out the shorts and shades. But it’s also time to look ahead to 2017 and wonder what it might have in store for us. Certainly, there will continue to be plenty of unknowns on a geopolitical level, but looking at the physical security industry, this is what we think is coming:

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Has The IoT Killed The Humble Access Control Card?

Sep 20, 2016

For decades, the basic access card, be it MiFare, Weigand, proximity, smart cards, magnetic stripe and a variety of other card technologies, have been the basis of most building access control systems.

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Next-generation security products steal the show

Aug 4, 2016

Leading security product and service suppliers including Gallagher, Hikvision and Sony used last week’s Security Exhibition & Conference as a platform to launch or preview new products to a captive audience of around 4,500 industry professionals.

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A third of Australian organisations suffered security breach last year finds survey

Jul 4, 2016

Lack of interest from C-suite and director level the biggest security challenge facing businesses

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STENTOFON: Why we shot our active noise cancellation video?

Jun 28, 2016

Having a conversation in a noisy area is difficult enough when you are talking face to face with your partner, and can be virtually impossible when using a communications system. Entry gates of car parks and toll roads particularly are difficult points to have a conversation due to the noise of idling car and truck engines. What if this noise could be suppressed, wouldn’t that make it a lot easier?

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INTELLIGENT SECURITY AUSTRALIA: Mobile CCTV Command Centre to transform event security management in Australia

Jun 24, 2016

Intelligent Security Integration will launch Australia’s first mobile CCTV Command Centre (MCCC) for hire at the 2016 Security Exhibition and Conference from Wednesday 20 – Friday 22 July at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre.

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‘Securing’ the future for all Australians

Jun 23, 2016

As a people-orientated business, with a national presence, servicing a diverse range of industries and customers, MSS Security and its employees see a great deal of the Australian community – including those who sometimes ‘need a hand’.

It is with that in mind, the MSS Security is proud to foster two social initiatives.

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Lighthouse.io is showcasing how The Internet of Things (IoT) is transforming security

Jun 23, 2016

MEDIA RELEASE

Lighthouse.io today announched they are launching an IoT security management platform powered by Bluetooth Beacons at the 2016 Melbourne Security Exhibition and Conference on July 20-22. The software platform and mobile app helps businesses improve visibility of security operations, improve SLA compliance and eliminate inefficient paper based processes.

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