Australian metropolises being wired up as ‘smart cities’ face an emerging security threat. While many of these technologically advanced metro areas will benefit from improved surveillance and physical protection, they could also be a lure for hackers.
An industry-first wearable sensor platform designed for city-level security and public safety operations, from FLIR – TruWITNESS
The achievements of outstanding individuals and organisations in the security industry have been recognised at the 23rd annual Australian Security Industry Awards for Excellence and 4th annual Outstanding Security Performance Awards held in Sydney on the 18th October 2018.
The Connect O2 is the first fully wireless home security and automation system that can be installed anywhere in the home, delivering interactive security and home automation in one intuitive package.
An IT security survey by HP has found SMBs are still lagging on data breach preparedness.
Security systems have evolved from manual chimes to the first CCTV home security to today’s optimised cameras with facial recognition and automatic face profiling.
We are standing at the dawn of the fourth industrial revolution. Industry 4.0 is ushering in a new era of manufacturing, promising to truly break the mould of all we have known before.
Just a few years ago, artificial intelligence was the domain of science fiction. But today it is a reality that some experts are predicting will have a greater impact on our lives than the industrial revolution.
What can be done to ensure maximum security in the midst of a hostile intrusion?
The past decade has seen a dramatic shift to the security landscape in that security concepts and strategies, once only the domain of professionals, are now ordinary topics of conversation in both businesses and households alike.