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Central station transformation

The IoT is pushing central monitoring stations to become more sophisticated. It requires significant investment in technology, development and staff to stay competitive
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07/15/2015

DELRAY BEACH, Fla.—The Internet of Things culture, where everything is connected, is changing the way people interact and the way business is transacted.

PSIM—Just another four-letter word

Manufacturers define PSIM differently, what’s important for integrators to understand here?
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06/15/2015

DELRAY BEACH, Fla.—Jim Henry of systems integrator Kratos PSS described "physical security information management"—PSIM—as a term that has confounded and bamboozled the security industry for 10 years.

Proprietary vs. open systems: Open is preferred, but it’s harder to sell

Integrator, consultant and manufacturer discuss the drivers and limitations of both types of systems
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03/25/2015

DELRAY BEACH, Fla.—The debate over open systems versus proprietary systems is usually not a debate in the physical security industry. Open systems are generally thought of as better.

'20 under 40' integrators panel

Integrators talk cybersecurity, working with IT departments
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02/25/2015

DELRAY BEACH, Fla.—Cybersecurity, working with IT and the rewards of working in the security industry were topics touched on during the “20 under 40” Integrators’ Perspective educational session at TechSec 2015, which took place here Feb. 3-4.

First stop for biz intelligence? Retail security pros

TechSec 2015: With Big Data, security not just about preventing bad things, but aligning with company goals
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02/09/2015

DELRAY BEACH, Fla.—Leveraging Big Data establishes retail security professionals as business enablers, according to four experts at TechSec2015.

In emergency management, be ready to ‘roll with the punches’

At TechSec, Dana Farber security director discusses impacts of back-to-back active shooter, big blizzard
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02/06/2015

DELRAY BEACH, Fla.—Working in emergency management means “rolling with the punches” and having successful communication plans in place, says the director of security and emergency management for the renowned Dana Farber Cancer Institute in Boston.

TechSec 2015, Day 1 in photos

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Wednesday, February 4, 2015

TechSec 2015 is in full swing today.

The security industy's leading conference about new and emerging technology kicked off yesterday, Feb. 3 with a keynote speech by Google's Brian Katz. Click here to read that story.

Below are some photos from the day. From the top:

"20 under 40" integrators Class of 2014 winners were honored at TechSec.

"20 under 40" end users Class of 2014 winners were also honored at TechSec.

TechSec attendees show support for Mission 500's #Show Orange campaign. Read about that here.

Speakers on the "Get off of my cloud" educational session, from the left: Christian Morin from Genetec; Dean Drako from Eagle Eye; Steve Van Till of Brivo; Jeremy Brecher of Diebold.

 

 

 

 

Google’s Brian Katz advocates diverse staff, bottom-to-top security buy-in

TechSec keynote speaker says every employee can be turned into ‘a member of the security team not with fear but with a feeling of community’
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02/04/2015

DELRAY BEACH, Fla.— Security professionals are working today in an exciting time, a time of a “new paradigm” where security is evolving faster than ever as an integral part of the company culture and not merely a separate program, according to a top manager for Google.