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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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Cybersecurity Imperative Key Finding: Digital Transformation Exposing Companies to Higher Cyber Risks

In late 2018, SIA partnered with ESI Thoughtlab, WSJ Pro Cybersecurity and a coalition of other organizations to release The Cybersecurity Imperative, a benchmarking study of the cybersecurity practices and initiatives of global organizations. One key finding of the the global benchmarking study is that the speed of digital transformation is heightening cyber risks for companies…

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Artificial Intelligence in Video Surveillance: Advantages Over Previous Technologies

The speed of development of artificial intelligence (AI) has aided its adoption in several industries, and the physical security market is increasingly looking to adopt AI applications, particularly in the case of deep learning algorithms in the video surveillance market. AI in Physical Security, a white paper produced for SIA in partnership with IHS Markit,…

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Key Factors Driving Robotic Technology Adoption in the Security Industry: Top Statistics From SIA’s Report

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The Security Industry Association (SIA) has released a new report for SIA members examining the opportunities, benefits and reasons for growth presented by the robotic security market. Market Spotlight: Extending the Capabilities of Human Security Officers With Modern Robotics – produced exclusively for SIA by research firm IDC in partnership with SIA’s Autonomous Security Robotics Working Group – highlights the evolution…

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