SIA provides a virtual library of information for its members to keep track of the latest trends and insights in the security industry.
Introducing the Data Privacy Microlearning Series
SIA has created five mini-webinars designed to enhance members' knowledge of key privacy issues and concepts, including best practices, risk management, legislation, GDPR and PII.
This month, the U.S. departments of Education, Health & Human Services, Homeland Security and Justice launched the…Keep Reading »
WESTMINSTER, Colo. – PSA, the world’s largest security and systems integrator consortium, and the Security Industry Association…Keep Reading »
Leadership of the SIA RISE community, which fosters the careers of young security professionals, will be honored…Keep Reading »
Education sessions cover wide range of physical, public safety and cybersecurity trends LAS VEGAS, Nev. – ISC…Keep Reading »
Access our Archived Webinars
All SIA Webinars are archived for a minimum of one year to provide you free access to some of our best programs and seminars. View these programs on demand at your convenience.Access Archives
Finally, it happened. On Sept. 27, 2018, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) formally approved…Keep Reading »
How Video, Big Data and Analytics Are Providing Insights and Driving Efficiency in the Retail Sector
It’s no secret that the retail industry is growing more competitive by the day as brick-and-mortar store…Keep Reading »
Contribute to SIA’s Knowledge Center
There are many opportunities to contribute independent, non-commercial content to SIA’s online Knowledge Center as well as to our blog and to our SIA Technology Insights journal.Contribute Expertise
Security Megatrends, an annual publication of the Security Industry Association, analyzes and forecasts the major trends affecting security industry businesses. The publication captures a vision of the industry’s future and distills key trends that will impact your organization in the coming year.Keep Reading »
SIA testified before the House Committee on Oversight and Reform on Jan. 15, 2020, on the use of facial recognition technology, its potential implications and possible legislative solutions to avoid risks.Keep Reading »
SIA, in partnership with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and several other organizations, has urged Congress to collaborate with all stakeholders to address concerns raised by facial recognition technology and provide a consistent set of rules across the United States rather than issue a moratorium on the technology.Keep Reading »
SIA has urged Congress to consider viable alternatives to bans on facial recognition to allow safe, accurate and effective use of the technology.Keep Reading »
Security Market Index: March 2019 Edition
New product introductions, product and service sales and new orders are driving overall confidence in the security industry.