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Autumn 2014 - Physical security show season
03 October 2014

From Jonathan Newell, ProSecurityZone Editor:

ASIS in America and Security ESSEN in Europe have been keeping everyone busy in the physical security industry recently, being two of the most significant showcase events on each side of the Atlantic, shows not to be missed.

On the surveillance front, there's a lot of activity on interoperability and the integration of products within Video Management Systems. The Milestone Systems on-camera VMS has made its first appearance on IQinVision cameras being shown at the ASIS event and we can expect much more of this as control is pushed out to the edge of the network. Similarly, video management and analytics are becoming increasingly integrated. Read more about this in our Surveillance section below.

Another event of significance taking place soon is the Mining Security and Crisis Management Forum 2014 taking place in Cape Town in mid-November. This event is a must for security professionals in the mining industry for whom the event will address such crucial issues as theft of equipment and minerals, workplace violence, crisis management and terrorism.

June 2014 - IFSEC Pre-Show special
06 June 2014

From Jonathan Newell, ProSecurityZone Editor:

The IFSEC circus has moved to London for the first time this year, bringing the physical security industry together in London's East End docklands area at the Excel centre.

This year looks likely to present a continuation on the theme of integrated security using the IP backbone to pull together the functionality of surveillance, access control, alarm management and intruder detection.

The technology has long been there to achieve this and has been constrained only by the level of willingness of industry suppliers to share platforms. Once a few of the more pioneering suppliers went "open", others started to follow and now IFSEC will be characterized by stands featuring multiple suppliers sharing space to demonstrate how integrated their systems have become.

Such openness has also resulted in a blurring of boundaries between security management systems that had earlier been narrower in scope. Whereas PSIM was once king of security management, rapid growth in scope has brought Video Management Systems within reach of wider situational awareness. The convergence of VMS and PSIM will be something under scrutiny at IFSEC this year.

April 2014 - Multi factor authentication as a viable alternative for passwords?
29 April 2014

From Jonathan Newell, ProSecurityZone Editor:

InfoSecurity Europe and Counter Terror Expo are both underway in the UK this week showcasing some of the security innovations introduced in the last 12 months alongside tried and tested technologies that still have relevance to the IT and physical security industries.

This month's newsletter covers some of the technology I've selected as being of particular interest at both events including multi-factor authentication. Although this has been around for a while, it's now reached the stage where it can be deployed more widely to offer a real alternative to passwords which are still causing severe security headaches despite reflecting 80's thinking.

Advances in surveillance technology, including running IP systems over coax and edge based video analytics for intruder detection are also included along with a special feature on designing security into the cities of the future.

 

February 2014 - NFC for Access Control, LWP on smartphones and a dilemma about passwords
10 March 2014

From Jonathan Newell, ProSecurityZone Editor

Cyber security has never been a hotter topic and the whole computing environment is changing rapidly along with the risks. There are a number of key events scheduled during the year. The RSA conference has now come to an end in the USA though two significant events are coming up in Europe with InfoSecurity Europe taking place in London from 28th April to 1st May and the Cyber Security Summit taking place in Prague on 9th and 10th April. If cyber security is important to you, make sure you attend these key events.

With pre-conference workshops and three main streams including National Security, the Financial Sector and Utility targets, the Cyber Security Summit in Prague cuts right to the most critical objectives in the sights of cyber criminals. ProSecurityZone newsletter subscribers can get a 20% discount on the attendance price to the event. To take advantage of this offer, either click on the newsletter banner or click here: Cyber Security Summit in Prague.

Our focus this month is on Anti-Virus, Lone Worker Protection and the access control systems. You can find our schedule for the entire year in our newsletter calendar so you can see what takes your interest and for our news suppliers to plan their own features for inclusion.

We've included a 3-month event calendar of security events worldwide which will be updated each month to give a 3-month outlook. We can also include other events such as webinars on request.
 

ProSecurityZone Newsletter - January 2014
24 January 2014

From Jonathan Newell, ProSecurityZone Editor

Our first newsletter this year features selected stories from the Access Control Zone on networked access systems, from the Biometrics Zone on face recognition, from the Surveillance Zone on analytics and from the IT Security zone on data protection.

Each month will see different features in focus and you can find our schedule for the entire year in our newsletter calendar so you can see what takes your interest and for our news suppliers to plan their own features for inclusion.

It's going to be a busy year on the exhibition circuit and we've included a 3-month event calendar of security events worldwide which will be updated each month to give a 3-month outlook. We can also include other events such as webinars on request.

 
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