In each issue of SIA Technology Insights (STI), we look to the cutting edge of security technology, covering applications and solutions and highlighting the latest thinking for applying today’s security technologies. We feature insights from top experts in the field, helping readers stay current in an environment of constant change.
SIA’s Women in Security Forum, a new initiative offering programs, professional development offerings and networking events, is designed to support the participation of women in the security industry. As part of this effort, this special edition of STI shares exclusively women-authored content. By spotlighting female voices in this issue and encouraging active participation of women in the security industry, we hope to showcase the accomplishments and insights of female leaders in this space, help change persistent stereotypes and help pave the way for greater inclusivity within the industry.
In this issue, you’ll find exclusive content on the latest security trends and topics, including vehicular attacks, managed services, outdoor lighting for video surveillance, protecting power-generation dams and the cybersecurity of integrated physical security systems. You can find this edition and past issues of STI online at securityindustry.org/techinsights. We welcome your feedback on these articles and encourage you to propose your content for future issues and contact us at email@example.com.
STI is a journal of security technology, covering applications and solutions. Produced bi-annually by the Security Industry Association, STI distills the most current thinking for applying today’s security technologies.
In This Issue
- Lighting the Way to a Smarter, Safer City
- Overcoming Objections to Smartphones as Your Credential
- The Process of Securing Dams
- Creating Invisible Security to Prevent Vehicular Attacks
- Implementing Cybersecurity Best Practices in Five Steps
- Leveling Up in Cybersecurity
- Securing Banks in a Digital World
- Doing Business With the Federal Government: The Whys and Hows
- Security Organizations’ Dual Responsibility Under GDPR