Webster’s dictionary defines the term Crucible as : “a place or situation that forces people to change or make difficult decisions.”
A common refrain amongst security managers is the lack of stakeholder support when they try to propose new system implementation. Lack of buy-in is one of the most common contributors to proposals for security system upgrades falling through. It isn’t just the C-suite executives to blame here. Several other departments such as finance, marketing and HR can also impact the decision to procure and install security systems in any organisation.
With cybercrime now the leading hazard of 21st century businesses, Australian security managers and executives need to think differently about data security and how to deal with the threat of cyber-attacks, top experts have cautioned.
Walls of greenery, circadian lighting and workspaces specially designed to accommodate activity-based working are just some of the features of Medibank’s new Docklands headquarters in Melbourne. Occupied since October 2014, the 16-floor building encourages flexibility, creativity, interaction and staff wellbeing and is also on track to become one of Australia’s most energy and waste efficient […]
Smarter Connectivity Is the Name of the Game by Martin Gren, co-founder of Axis Communications AB In the world of fashion trends tend to come in cycles. Wait a decade or two and your old wardrobe is suddenly back in style. Sometime this is true in the world of technology as well. Old ideas often […]
Integrated security solutions manufacturer TDSi will be featuring its new range of security reader products, including new versions of its MIFARE and Proximity Readers at Security Exhibition & Conference 2015. The new readers are all compatible with MIFARE Plus and DESFire for added security and flexibility. MIFARE Plus compatibility was a crucial part of the […]
The Astoria 7 hotel in San Sebastian, Spain, is one of the first in the world that can now manage the reservations and stays of its guests by sending their room keys direct to their smart phones. Opened in April 2009, the Hotel Astoria 7 is the ideal hotel for lovers of cinema. Built on […]
Taipei, Taiwan, February 19, 2014 – AG Neovo, a leading supplier of security and surveillance displays, is proud to introduce the HX-32 and HX-42 that are crafted to serve demanding environments where security is always given top priority. The two 1920 x 1080 Full HD, LED-backlit displays come with SDI loop-through capability that ensures their […]
Taipei, Taiwan, January 29, 2015 – AG Neovo has played a crucial role in keeping many public transport systems around the globe run smoothly and safely. The latest addition to its clientele in this sector is Kaohsiung International Airport, the second-largest international airport in Taiwan. As Taiwan’s national gateway in the southern part of the […]
Ness Corporation, manufacturers and wholesalers of Australian designed electronic security equipment will serve up something completely different at this year’s Security Exhibition & Conference, held on 15-17 July at Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre. Managing Director Naz Circosta says the company is departing from its usual offerings of CCTV products and taking a leap of […]