It has been a few weeks since GSX has wrapped up in Chicago and even if the onsite event is already a few weeks behind us, I am, as are many of my colleagues, still in post-GSX mode.
What will 2019 look like from a security threat perspective? And what should security professionals be looking out for? Philip Ingram, MBE, a frequently quoted security and intelligence journalist, gives us his insights.
Intriguing acquisitions, industry-changing mergers and developments in ESRM were the big trends in the security industry last year. These changes will have a big impact on security in 2019.
Philip Ingram, MBE sits down with Johan Paulsson, CTO of Axis Communications and others to discuss the upcoming tech trends in security. From AI to Facial recognition, 2019 should be an interesting year for tech in the industry.
There were numerous developments in this past year that will have a lasting impact on the security industry. Get caught up or refresh yourself on 2018’s biggest developments by reading this top four list.
The UK Information Commissioner, Elizabeth Denham has a real challenge growing her department to deal with some of the continuing data challenges in the country. Philip Ingram MBE looks at these with the help of some high-priced legal opinion.
Automating your scheduling with the latest industry-focused software will make your security services firm operate much more efficiently.
Learn how the right data-driven security technology can help you attain maximum success in your security services company and streamline your operations.
By taking steps to implement the use of real time tracking in your company, you can reduce the problems associated with old processes and increase profits.
By automating security guard reporting, you can take advantage of many features, such as geofencing, that will enhance your security program and meet the key needs of clients. Here’s how two GPS-based features in TrackTik do exactly that.
Do you have armed guards at a site in California? If you do, then you are affected by a new California law for the security industry.