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How to Unlock the Intelligence in Today’s Security Systems

How to Unlock the Intelligence in Today’s Security Systems

Organizations of every type and size are always looking to make more informed decisions. In order to do better and plan for the changing world, they want to have access to as much information as possible. And, rather than implementing a new information gathering system, many are looking to mine the data already being collectedRead more about How to Unlock the Intelligence in Today’s Security Systems[…]

McAfee Alexa skill brings voice control to network security

McAfee Alexa skill brings voice control to network security

You’ll be able to use the voice assistant to customize and monitor your home network. A new Amazon Alexa skill will allow you to monitor and update your home network security. Ry Crist/CNET McAfee knows security, and the company will soon let you use Amazon‘s voice-activated assistant Alexa to help keep your home network safer. Announced on MondayRead more about McAfee Alexa skill brings voice control to network security[…]

Florida Gov. Rick Scott lays out plan to address safety in schools, stricter gun control

Florida Gov. Rick Scott lays out plan to address safety in schools, stricter gun control

Denise Amos On Feb 26, 2018 Source: McClatchy Florida Gov. Rick Scott speaks at the 2018 White House Business Session with the nation’s governors on Monday, February 26, 2018 in the State Dinning Room of the White House in Washington, D.C. Photo credit: (Olivier Douliery/Abaca Press/TNS) Feb. 23–Promising to spend half a billion dollars onRead more about Florida Gov. Rick Scott lays out plan to address safety in schools, stricter gun control[…]

Report: U.S. education sector to see minuscule growth in demand for security equipment and services

Report: U.S. education sector to see minuscule growth in demand for security equipment and services

SIW Editorial Staff On Feb 26, 2018 Source: SecurityInfoWatch.com In the aftermath of the recent shooting massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, there has been the expected hue and cry from politicians and school leaders across the country about the need to bolster student safety by deploying security equipment and personnelRead more about Report: U.S. education sector to see minuscule growth in demand for security equipment and services[…]

Wait, I know you: home security startup taps face-recognition tech

Wait, I know you: home security startup taps face-recognition tech

(Reuters) – A team of engineers that worked on self-driving cars and helped invent Google Street View wants to help people guard their homes against intruders using the same style of facial recognition that unlocks smart phones. Lighthouse AI, Inc’s 3D sensor-based camera that can recognize individual faces appears in this undated handout photo providedRead more about Wait, I know you: home security startup taps face-recognition tech[…]

Security camera tip leads to arrest in Lincoln neighborhood

Security camera tip leads to arrest in Lincoln neighborhood

A woman’s home security camera helped alert police to the man LINCOLN, Calif. (KCRA) — A 32-year-old Rocklin man was arrested by Lincoln police in the early morning hours Saturday on Newbridge Lane. At about 2:20 a.m., a woman noticed something on her home security camera — a man fiddling with the door handle ofRead more about Security camera tip leads to arrest in Lincoln neighborhood[…]

Man apparently tries to steal security camera inside shed full of donations

Man apparently tries to steal security camera inside shed full of donations

by Marie Schurk Monday, February 19th 2018                     PASCO, Wash. – Police are trying to identify a man who can be clearly seen in photos as he appears to have made an attempt in stealing a security camera. Pasco police reports said the man in the pictures pulled at theRead more about Man apparently tries to steal security camera inside shed full of donations[…]

Fake map points on search engines lead you straight to scammers

Fake map points on search engines lead you straight to scammers

WASHINGTON (ABC7) — When you need service, like a plumber or locksmith, chances are you go online and look at the search engine map, with those little red pinpoints, to see which is nearest to you, and make a call. But what if those map-points were fake, leading you right into the hands of scammers? WeRead more about Fake map points on search engines lead you straight to scammers[…]

Facial recognition crosses both security, consumer applications

Facial recognition crosses both security, consumer applications

Growing consumer acceptance of facial recognition technology is driving security and public safety applications. Photo credit: Image Courtesy of BigStock.com The on again, off again love affair with bio-metrics in general and facial recognition, in particular, has been playing out for almost two decades. A wide range of security solutions was laid at the doorstepRead more about Facial recognition crosses both security, consumer applications[…]