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ISC West 2019
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SIA Education@ISC Seeks Conference Proposals for ISC East 2019 and ISC West 2020

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Conference proposals sought on critical issues, relevant technologies and new strategies for today’s dynamic security market SILVER SPRING, Md. – The Security Industry Association (SIA) and ISC Security Events have announced that the SIA Education@ISC team is seeking quality session proposals for ISC East 2019 and ISC West 2020. Proposals can be submitted for ISC…

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Security Megatrend: Cloud Computing

Cloud computing platforms and applications are proliferating across enterprises today, serving as the IT infrastructure driving new digital businesses. The cloud is an enabling technology for security integrators, who can provide managed services and the cost and labor advantages of off-site servers to their customers. In the Security Industry Association’s 2019 Megatrends report, showcasing the major…

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SIA Member Profile: Glasser Security Group LLC

Security Industry Association (SIA) member Glasser Security Group LLC is a boutique security consulting firm with vast experience in physical, electronic and information security. The company – led by security industry veterans Alan Glasser and son Michael Glasser – deliver custom solutions tailored to customers’ industries, cultures and challenges. Glasser Security Group is based in…

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Mitigating Risks From A to Z-Wave
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Mitigating Risks From A to Z-Wave

A wireless standard delivers interoperability but could create vulnerability Zigbee and Z-Wave are wireless standards that enable home and building automation devices to communicate with each other without using Wi-Fi or Bluetooth. Z-Wave is lower power than Wi-Fi and has a longer range than Bluetooth. This article will examine the complexities and vulnerabilities introduced by…

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Hazard Counting

Hardened video cameras can secure even the most dangerous of sites Video surveillance technology is a key component of security plans for enterprise organizations. And nowhere is this more true than at oil and gas production sites, critical infrastructure facilities, and manufacturing locations that are considered“hazardous environments.” Here, protection, safety and security go hand-in-hand with…

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