As with any crisis, there are always opportunists and the COVID-19 pandemic has been no exception.
Humanity as a whole is faced with a health threat of unprecedented proportions. We know that today’s global economy combined with unrestrained international travel and increasingly overcrowded metropolises may have contributed to the scale of the Covid-19 pandemic. Yet, just as Covid-19 is a ‘novel’ coronavirus, so we are seeing new technological innovations developed and implemented all around the world to fight the epidemic.
With the outbreak of COVID-19 (Coronavirus), the world is changing rapidly. Those changes have given rise to uncertainty and lead to a great deal of civil unrest. The 24/7 media cycle, mass loss of employment and general fears for one’s own safety and wellbeing, are driving normally reasonable people to behave in ways that few would have predicted.
At the beginning of the year before the times of COVID-19 we looked into the top trends facing the Security industry for 2020 to see global and national security advancements. These are the findings that we found: 1. Biometrics go Multi-modal The biometrics market is predicted to climb from USD 33.0 billion in 2019 to […]
A case study by Nemtek.
AI-Based Surveillance Cameras Boost Security and Work Efficiency.
Technology is integral to the security industry, however it has been earmarked as a challenge to stay up to date.
Robotic technologies such as drones, UAVs and robots are considered to be at the forefront of what is being referred to as the “Fourth Industrial Revolution”.
As the security landscape continues to change, skilled professionals are becoming essential.
The Australian Government is developing the nation’s next Cyber Security Strategy as a successor to the $230 million Cyber Security Strategy announced by then Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.