Transcending the Norm in Cash-in-Transit

In a world of constantly evolving economy, robbery, theft and other property crimes are also rapidly increasing. The need for businesses and organizations to outsource their banking transactions and have professional couriers handle their cash logistics becomes a necessity. While it’s true that cash management can be expensive, it also entails managing risks for both the couriers and the clients. For some cash-in-transit (CIT) companies, the use of uniformed and armed CIT professionals is deemed necessary. Others even utilize armoured trucks or armoured transport services. These vehicles are mostly bulletproof…

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Beyond Security: Access Control for Multi-Tenant Sites

  Access control systems are, of course, synonymous with security. Keeping people safe and places secure is their primary role. When these places are multi-tenant sites – with multiple subgroups of users with their own group and unique permissions – the access and security challenges are more complex. But even these can be well managed with intelligent integrated access control systems. Integrating CCTV, running sophisticated ‘cause and effect’ protocols, having a robust intruder detection system and strong cyber security measures are all essential components. But as an access control manufacturer,…

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Addictive Technology Solutions Enhances the Drive-through Experience with Milestone Systems

Robert Marsden, Managing Director of Addictive Technology said, “While we have a lot of experience in making and providing for better drive through experiences, there is always room to innovate and grow. We looked at the technologies now available and came up with a system that provides a faster, more frictionless ordering system, based on the latest licence plate recognition (LPR) technology.” Customers expect a fast, seamless drive-through experience, and are often under time pressure, especially if they are ordering food and coffee on their morning commute. Long queues and…

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Fortinet Advises Cyber Distancing and Network Isolation to Protect Organizations from Cyberattacks

Over the past several weeks, FortiGuard Labs has been monitoring a significant spike in COVID-19 related threats. Cybercriminals are unleashing a surprisingly high volume of new threats in this short period of time to take advantage of inadvertent security gaps as organizations are in a rush to ensure business continuity. Cybercriminals are exploiting the rapid change to our digital world An unprecedented number of unprotected users and devices are now online with one or two people in every home connecting remotely to work through the internet. Simultaneously there are children…

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SATATYA SIGHT Mobile Application for Network Video Recorder

Matrix SATATYA SIGHT is a comprehensive video surveillance application for mobile devices. It is designed for smartphones and tablets running on popular operating systems such as Android and iOS. It connects to multiple SATATYA recording devices such as NVR and HVR and offers the view of all locations and cameras on a single window. Features Add up to 50 recording devices. No public IP needed.  Call from mobile app. Complete access to all recorded videos. PTZ control. Take snapshot while watching live video. Access high importance cameras with single touch.…

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Remote Working Protect Your Active Directory Logins

The past couple of weeks have been intense for most companies since they had to shift to working remotely. This situation is unfortunately a huge opportunity for cyber-attackers. Remote connections mean more vulnerabilities to exploit. Active Directory (AD) is the main identity and access platform for companies around the world. If you want to secure your network you need to protect the remote use of AD credentials. Phishing aimed at the most vulnerable As if it was not enough on its own, the recent coronavirus outbreak brought with it a…

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Role of Private Security in Current Pandemic Situation

Rapid all-round advancement and growth over last few decades combined with grave security incidents such as 9/11 tragedy has called for better security of assets at workplace, in transit, as well as at places of residence. Yesteryears watchmen, transformed into professional security guards are now organised into private security services or private security industry. They outnumber the regular police force multi-times. In India, with strength of over 9 million, they are approximately five times the number of the police force. Worldwide the private security services are a multi billion dollar…

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SMART CITIES TO SMART VILLAGES: DRONES HAVE BECOME INDISPENSABLE!

Could you remember when you saw a drone the last time – hopefully in a wedding! As the latest fad, grand weddings suddenly appear incomplete without drones doing aerial photography. Almost everyone today is familiar with the term ‘drone,’ and everyone does likely remember the kids flying toys as the earliest airborne drones. It is becoming an increasingly popular way to refer the small (usually) helicopter-like devices that are being flown as ‘drones.’ The word ‘drone’ is used not only to cover a $15 hobby aircraft that a child flies,…

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Study Evaluates Effects of Race, Age, Sex on Face Recognition Software

How accurately do face recognition software tools identify people of varied sex, age and racial background? According to a new study by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), the answer depends on the algorithm at the heart of the system, the application that uses it and the data it’s fed – but the majority of face recognition algorithms exhibit demographic differentials. A differential means that an algorithm’s ability to match two images of the same person varies from one demographic group to another. Results captured in the report,…

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BOSCH Camera-Based Life-Saver

Microsleep, distraction, a seatbelt left undone – many things that happen inside a vehicle can have far-reaching consequences. To avert critical driving situations and possibly also accidents, it is planned that cars will in the future use their sensors not simply to monitor the road but also the driver and other passengers. For this purpose, Bosch has developed a new interior monitoring system featuring cameras and artificial intelligence (AI). “If the car knows what its driver and occupants are doing, driving will become safer and more convenient,” said Harald Kroeger,…

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