The latest in security innovation and education is about to hit Sydney with the Security Exhibition & Conference, the largest commercial event for the security industry in Australia, returning to the International Convention Centre (ICC) in Darling Harbour from 24-26 July 2019.
Deep Dive 4: Cybercrime presents one of the highest risks across all security markets, but especially to financial institutions.
The ethics surrounding the capture and use of facial recognition technology are complex. Who makes the rules that govern biometric technology?
Deep Dive 3: Risks in the event management market are broad. Current threats range from food poisoning, theft, crowd control, violence, fire, terrorist attacks and data breaches – to name just a few.
Deep Dive 2: Shrinkage is staggeringly high in Australia’s retail market…
No longer the stuff of science fiction and fantasy, home automation is now very much a reality…
Deep Dive 1: The risk profile of banks has changed over the past two decades…
Digital technologies are bringing transformative change to the security sector. We explore some of the key trends and challenges the industry faces this year. By Dominic Bayley.
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.
Video analytics have huge implications for consumer behaviour, security, and privacy. Depending on its application, Artificial Intelligence (AI) in video analytics has a litany of outcomes—whether its creating bespoke Netflix series, tracking criminals or understanding movement in public spaces.