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The “Uncommon” Is Becoming the “All Too Common” Guest Contributor: Greg Hamm, Delta Scientific, Vice President – Sales & Marketing Recently, on April 23, 2018, a white rental van intentionally plowed down a crowd of pedestrians in the Toronto suburb of Richmond Hill, killing ten and injuring 15. On October 31, […]

Security Must Counteract Threats of Vehicle Terror Attacks


Guest Contributor: Scott Lindley, General Manager, Farpointe Data Smartphones fulfill many needs, including telephone, camera, navigation, music, video, clock, news, calculator, email, Internet, gaming, contacts, and more. Security professionals creating access control systems need to be aware that 95+ percent of all adults 18-44 years own smartphones. Plus, 69 percent of […]

The Growing Popularity of Smart Phones as Access Control Credentials



Cyber attacks are an unfortunate result of the continual evolution of modern technology throughout the digital age — and it’s something that has become very costly for business owners. By now, you would have thought every company owner would ensure their site is as secure as possible, but a recent […]

Survey Shows Businesses Aren’t Fully Prepared for Cyber Attacks


By: Sean Goertz To say there’s a lot of hype around the commercial potential of drones is a bit of an understatement. Between the headlines talking about the billions of dollars that the technology represents along with talk about how UAVs can make a measurable difference when it comes to making a given […]

Professional Drone Operators Should be Using Professional Equipment




By, Guest Contributor: Akshatha Kamath There was a time when a career in IT was limited to mainframe computers and network support. IT professionals were charged with ensuring technology worked correctly within their organizations so employees could get their jobs done without glitches. Those days seem like ancient history now, […]

5 Compelling Reasons to Get a Cyber Security Certification