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ARC
Alarm Receiving Centres can be in-house or purchased as a service. The function of the ARC is to monitor alarms and take appropriate action. The action taken can differ depending on the client, the nature of the alarm and any additional information received when the alarm is triggered. Modern alarm systems often have false alarm detection capabilities or confirmation technology involving, for example, the triggering of a PTZ camera to perform surveillance operations. These technologies enable informed decisions to be taken regarding the alarm call. ARCs typically handle multiple types of alarms such as intruder alarms, perimeter breaches, fire alarms and lone worker protection.
Large scale zero-day attack predictions for 2015
Extrahop Networks is providing its predictions for enterprise IT security professionals for next year
Security trends to worry about and some to ignore
WatchGuard Technologies provides its forecast for 2015 with five worrying trends and five things which IT professionals should strike from their worry list
IP and High definition positioning system
The Esprit series from Pelco by Schneider Electric provides IP and HD positioning for clear imaging over the internet
2014 major cyber threats in review
Kaspersky Lab looks back at the threat landscape of 2014 and the seriousness of fraud operations and corporate cyber espionage
Access control company expands operations in South Asia
UK security company, TSDi, is expanding operations in South Asia in conjunction with integration partner in Vietnam
Shrinkage reduction at New Zealand fast food operations
Parent company of fast food giants in New Zealand are making use of Milestone video management system for theft and shrinkage reduction as well as improved operations
McAfee predicts exploit developments in 2015
After trust was shaken in 2014, McAfee now sees further internet trust related exploits as well as threats to privacy and the internet of things
Cyber threat summary of 2014
Kaspersky Lab summarises the threats that businesses and individuals faced during the year as blocked attacks exceeded 2013 levels by more than a billion
Physical Security Information Management to be showcased in Middle East
CNL Software is attending the Intersec event in Dubai in 2015 to showcase its Physical Security Information Management platform to local audiences
Default passwords create vulnerabilities for home routers
Avast believes up to 75% of routers used in homes throughout the UK are vulnerable to attack because owners haven't changed the default passwords
GSM intruder detection protects moored vessel
Remote intruder detection technology using GSM provides owners of moored vessel near Scunthorpe with peace of mind
2015 predictions for enterprise IT security
Varonis provides its view of what 2015 will hold for enterprise IT security professionals as the fight against cyber crime gets tougher
Non-financial cyber attacks hold hidden costs
Whilst around 50% of cyber attacks have attempted to steal money this year, other non-financial related attacks have also been linked to unforeseen expenses
Secure and accessible timber door sets supplied to new primary school
ASSA ABLOY is providing timber door sets to meet regulatory requirements including security and accessibility at a new primary school being built in Kettering
Market research report on Industrial Control Security
Report from Infonetics Research focuses on the security implications of the Internet-of-Things and of industrial control systems
Password rules pose challenges to online shoppers
Kaspersky Lab discusses the difficulty faced by those doing their Christmas shopping on line when faced with numberous websites all requiring individual unique passwords
PSIM amongst winning products in industry awards
Nice Systems has received awards across a number of categories in security products including for its intelligent video surveillance and PSIM products
Four decades of fingerprint identification
The Automatic Fingerprint Identification System was pioneered by Morphotrak 40 years ago with the biometrics company celebrating its jubilee
Slash resistant gloves made from Cut-Tex PRO fabric
PPSS has launched a new range of gloves for police and security services which are designed to resist slashing and needle penetration
UK wireless security network demonstration for French forces
The residence of the British Ambassador to France will be the venue of a demonstration of wireless video transmission technology to French security forces
School surveillance monitoring and security system
A school in Utah is securing its classrooms as well as providing parents with insight into their childrens' activities using IP surveillance technology from Milestone Systems and Axis Communications
NFC SIM cards for mobile payments in Taiwan
A Taiwan operator has chosen Gemalto to provide SIM cards and software to enable secure payments using Near Field Communications (NFC) technology
Telent completes acquisition of Telindus UK
Technology services company makes acquisition of Telindus to strengthen multi-vendor capabilities for ICT and IP networking systems
Financial institutions to be targeted in 2015
Kaspersky Lab is predicting that cyber criminals will up the ante during the next year and target financial service providers themselves rather than their customers
UK consumers demand harsher penalties for data breaches
Survey conducted by LogRhythm reveals the extent of frustration endured by UK consumers at data breaches suffered by organisations and the need for harsher penalties
UK businesses at risk through lack of cyber security awareness
The BSI has released the results of a survey into the ability for UK businesses to protect their cyber assets as well as their future reputations
Enhanced perimeter protection during increased terror threat
Townscape is providing building managers and architects with information about how to mitigate against vehicular threats as the UK terror alert increases to severe
Advanced DDoS mitigation included in threat protection system
The latest release of the Thunder threat protection system from A10 Networks includes advanced DDoS mitigation capabilities and programmable policy engine
Guarding company attains record Approved Contractor Scheme score
Axis Security has reached a score of 171 points in the Security Industry Authority's Approved Contractor Scheme, the highest the company has ever recorded
ProtectV allows service providers to supply on-demand encryption for cloud storage
With ProtectV technology, users of cloud storage products will be able to make use of encryption-as-a-service from their provider to increase the security of their data
New firewall and UTM designed for growth in encrypted traffic
WatchGuard's latest firewall and unified threat management appliances have been designed to cope with the increased levels of encrypted traffic expected across corporate networks
Anatomy of the malicious Regin platform
Kaspersky Lab provides some insight into Regin, established malware which attacks GSM networks with espionage campaigns
Extended video encoding platform interoperability with ONVIF compliance
Universal video encoding platform for incorporating analogue surveillance equipment to be used on IP networks now compliant with ONVIF open video standard
Sandbox analysis report acclaims advanced threat prevention product
Miercom tests Next Generation Threat protection and cloud based threat emulation service from Check Point with positive results
Impact of allowing personal browsing on company computers
GFI Software research reveals the extent of the problem of allowing company employees to have unrestricted internet access on corporate devices
Advice for securing vulnerable webcams
Kaspersky Lab provides advice on preventing webcam snooping after website discovered which streams unprotected footage
Lone worker equipment on show at November conference
Skyguard will be demonstrating its MySOS personal safety device and smartphone apps at the annual Lone Worker Safety Conference in London's Olympia this month
Compromised privileged accounts key to advanced targeted attacks
Study by CyberArk identifies privileged accounts as being central to the latest wave of advanced targeted attacks
Water authority improves IT network protection
ControlFabric architecture from ForeScout provides Sutton and East Surrey Water with integrated network and endpoint protection
Application optimisation and security for SaaS providers
Web Performance Solutions product from Akamai is available for Software-as-a-Service providers to improve web application optimisation and security
Top IT security predictions for 2015
Websense has predicted the cybersecurity arena for 2015 with healthcare, the internet of things and credit card users top of the list of attack targets
Defence event raises interest in wireless video networking
Vemotion is seeing an increase in interest in wireless video transmission systems in the Middle East following the company's appearance at the Milipol trade fair in Qatar
Housing Association protects staff with lone worker service
Identicom lone worker devices and the SoloProtect service is being used by Sovereign Housing Association in the UK for the protection of field staff
Network door controller integration with command and control platform
The Synergy 3 security management system from Synectics interoperates with the A1001 Network Door Controller from Axis Communications
The EU cyber taskforce should only be the beginning
Rob Lay, Solutions Architect for Enterprise and Cyber Security, UK & Ireland for Fujitsu explains why the Europol cyber task force is not enough for companies to rely on for protection against cyber criminals
Intrusion detection brings enhanced safety for transport networks
Optex is attending the Transport Security Expo event in London to demonstrate how intrusion detection technology can provide enhances safety on the railway network
Corporate data security trust restoration
Paul Hampton, Payment & Crypto management expert at SafeNet explains the four steps required to restore trust in corporate data security
Free tool for removing unsolicited browser add-ons
Unwanted adverts, toolbars and browser add-ons can now be simply eliminated with a new tool available from BitDefender
Licence plate recognition application for WiseNetIII cameras
Samsung Techwin now supports Arteco's Automatic Licence Plate Recognition application for use on its WiseNetIII range of surveillance equipment
Only half of UK critical business data secured
Research from NTT Com Security reveals extent of insecure data and lack of insurance within the structure of UK companies
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