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acre introduces SPCevo and SPC Connect 4.0


Acre introduces SPCevo and SPC Connect 4.0

October 24, 2023SSN Staff

LAS VEGAS – Acre security has announced its latest hardware and software solutions, SPCevo and SPC Connect 4.0, which will be prominently featured at the SECTECH Security Event in Sweden. The company said that SPCevo represents the next evolution in acre security’s intrusion detection line of controllers, offering improved performance, higher powered power supplies, and auxiliary power distribution. In addition, existing SPC controllers can be easily migrated to the new SPCevo series. Described...

acre, Andreas Kull, General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), intrusion detection, SECTECH, SPC

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Lumeo unveils flexible redaction analytic for privacy and compliance

December 1, 2022SSN Staff

OAKLAND—Lumeo, a designer of computer vision solutions, has announced a flexible analytic that conditionally blurs objects such as faces, license plates and more to ensure that surveillance systems adhere to privacy and conform to legal requirements. According to Lumeo, maintaining personal privacy is a pressing concern for all entities employing a surveillance system. In the past decade more governments around the world are enacting new privacy laws which hold businesses accountable for...

California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), Devarshi Shah, General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), Lumeo, Personal Data Protection Act, Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA)

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Are you ready for GDPR?

May 2, 2018Pierre Bourgeix

Much has been written about the EU GDPR, or General Data Protection Regulation, which was adopted on April 27, 2016 and becomes enforceable on May 25. Yet given the unique challenges involved, surprisingly little has been devoted to the process of ensuring compliance for the operation of video surveillance, access control and other physical security systems. The concern for most in the physical security industry is how will it affect them and is this something that they should be concerned about...

ESICONVERGENT, General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), Pierre Bourgeix

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