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Women in Security Feature: Arathi Ajay, Intel

September 21, 2022Cory Harris, Editor

YARMOUTH, Maine—As part of Security Systems News’ and the Security Industry Association (SIA) Women in Security Forum’s (WISF’s) continuing series highlighting the contributions of women in security, this month’s feature is on Arathi Ajay, Field Sales Engineer at Intel’s Sales and Marketing Group, based out of Toronto, Canada. Ajay’s role involves “working with strategic OEM and ISV customers who develop products and solutions in the Video, Safety &...

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SIA Women in Security Forum Scholarship

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SIA announces 2022 SIA Women in Security Forum Scholarship winners

August 30, 2022SSN Staff

SILVER SPRING, Md.—The Security Industry Association (SIA) has named seven recipients for the 2022 SIA Women in Security Forum (WISF) Scholarship – a program developed by the SIA WISF to further educational opportunities and promote advancement for the widest spectrum of people possible in the security industry. In the 2022 scholarship program – open to employees of SIA member companies and SIA student members – each honoree will be awarded $10,000 to...

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SIA now accepting applications for 2023 RISE Scholarship

August 15, 2022SSN Staff

SILVER SPRING, Md.—The Security Industry Association (SIA) is now accepting applications for the 2023 SIA RISE Scholarship, an initiative led by the SIA RISE community for young professionals. Through the 2023 RISE Scholarship program, powered by the Foundation for Advancing Security Talent (FAST), selected candidates will receive $3,000 awards that can be used toward continuing education, student loan repayment and professional development programs such...

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Chicago Transit Authority, Genetec, Intel and Microsoft partner to improve transit safety

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Chicago Transit Authority, Genetec, Intel and Microsoft partner to improve transit safety

March 8, 2021SSN Staff

CHICAGO—Building on the Chicago Transit Authority’s (CTA’s) existing measures to keep bus and train service timely, efficient and safe, City Tech Collaborative (City Tech), Genetec, Intel and Microsoft are developing new tools to provide real-time insights on CTA occupancy across multiple vehicles. A pilot implementation on CTA’s 79th street bus line will allow CTA to proactively meet route ridership demand, reduce both passenger crowding and wait times, and provide a safe,...

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Women in Security: Kasia Hanson

December 9, 2019Paul Ragusa

Although Intel's Kasia Hanson is “newer to the industry,” as she puts it, she has been impressed with the pace at which the industry is moving to grow diversity. “When I attend events and meetings, I always scan the number of women and it seems to be growing, but we certainly have a ways to go,” she noted. “There are many women in the industry who have paved the way for this point in time and continue to infuse energy, ideas and collaboration into the industry, which...

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The first-ever Cybersecurity Women of the Year Awards

August 1, 2019SSN Staff

ROSEVILLE, Calif.—An influencer, a hacker, a top legal mind and a “barrier breaker” sounds like the start of a very interesting joke or riddle, doesn't? But what's even better is these are the names of some of the first recipients of the Cybersecurity Women of the Year (CSWY) awards, held in Las Vegas on August 5 at the Lotus Room in the Luxor Hotel.The awards will be presented at an inaugural gala during the week of the Black Hat, DEFCON and B-Sides Las Vegas conferences. These...

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Honeywell enters into brave new world of AI

May 22, 2019Paul Ragusa

ATLANTA—Following the recent announcement of its technology integration with Intel, which will enable new artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities in its MAXPRO connected security platform, it is clear that Honeywell is jumping with both feet into the brave new world of AI.The new security platform, which will support MAXPRO Network Video Recorders (NVR) and Video Management Systems (VMS), will incorporate Intel Vision products that enable advanced analytics, deep learning and facial recognition...

AI, deep learning, Honeywell, Intel, Machine Learning


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