21-23 Jul 2021

Industry News

How to secure against drone threats

Drones have been misused for malicious purposes such as assassination attempts, drug smuggling and illegal surveillance, but what can we do to protect against them?

Ten years after: The decade’s challenges

Deep Dive 11: Our final Deep Dive looks into what the future holds for security in businesses.

UltraSync by Interlogix

UltraSync, a secure encrypted cloud solution is perhaps the most secure way to communicate with your security solution. UltraSync takes connectivity to an entirely new level, by ensuring a secure end-to-end connectivity for a range of security devices as well as great flexibility in how systems are monitored and controlled. Security installers benefit from the […]

Product Highlight: ELI-SS by BM Doors

The ELI-SS is a fully assembled security solution with the latest electronic security technology and custom electronic locking integration. Security, Ballistic and Fire rating elements is only a few distinct features of which the ELI-SS offers. A four-point locking system, having the functional ability for fail safe or fail secure applications, a self-closing mechanism with […]

5,000+ Security Practitioners to Converge on Sydney from 24-26th July

Jul 16, 2019 Event News

The security environment in Australia has changed significantly over the past decade. Today, the national terrorism threat level remains at probable.

New Wisenet WAVE Video Management System by EOS Australia

Affordable, easy to use and lightweight VMS for all applications.

In the cloud: storage and scalability

Deep Dive 10: Storage and data accessibility

Limited second release tickets announced after world-class security conference sells out pre-event again

Jul 12, 2019 Event News

Due to exceptionally strong demand, a final release of tickets to the world class education program delivered as part of the Security Exhibition & Conference (24-26 July 2019) has been announced.

How secure is your security system when it comes to cyber?

Cyber security is a hot topic, consistently ranked as one of the biggest risks affecting New Zealand businesses and flagged as an ever-increasing threat worldwide. Cyber-attacks can cost money, disrupt business continuity, and destroy trust, so protecting against them is understandably top of the agenda for many companies.

In sharp focus: cameras come of age

Deep Dive 9: According to market research firm IHS Markit, the Oceania market for video-surveillance equipment is forecast to grow at an annual rate of 4.8 per cent from 2018-2021.

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