Arcules will host an Open House at the company’s headquarters in Irvine, Calif., to provide security and IT leaders, and resellers with the opportunity to learn more about the company. Attendees will have the chance to explore the Arcules cloud-based video service offering, gain insight into its ideas for future technological developments, and meet with key members of the leadership and sales teams.
Genetec announced that the South Grand Community Improvement District (CID) in St. Louis, Missouri is using the Genetec Stratocast™, cloud-based video monitoring system to deter license plate theft in its parking lot and provide video access to the local police department to help reinforce security. One of the services offered by the South Grand CID is free parking. At any time of the day, drivers can park in a central parking lot to visit businesses or residents.
RemoteLock announced EdgeState™ – The Cloud for Smart Locks. EdgeState by RemoteLock delivers access management that scales with any enterprise. EdgeState by RemoteLock is the leading cloud-based smart lock management platform, providing complete access control for all your properties and businesses from a single, easy-to-use dashboard.
With the retention life of data increasing, many organizations are trying to determine the best long-term storage strategy for the future. To do this, organizations must analyze the reliability, security and speed of data storage solutions, including both cloud and tape storage. This white paper considers how a hybrid archive solution, consisting of both cloud and tape, may be deployed in the event of a cloud mandate, and how data growth and future costs can impact a storage solution selection.
Johnson Controls has introduced exacqVision Cloud Drive storage, an untethered way for customers to easily store, access and search critical surveillance video in the cloud. exacqVision Cloud Drive storage helps security and IT teams lower their Total Cost of Ownership by eliminating some of the unnecessary hardware costs and management of storage infrastructure.
Johnson Controls has introduced exacqVision video management system (9.8), which includes several new enhancements that improves users’ ability to store, analyze and search for video. Most notably, the release supports exacqVision Cloud Drive storage, a subscription-based solution which provides an easy way to store, access, and search critical surveillance video in the cloud. exacqVision Cloud Drive storage helps security and IT teams lower their Total Cost of Ownership
A10 Networks announced availability of the A10 Secure Service Mesh solution for applications deployed in open-source Kubernetes container environments. The solution provides teams deploying microservices applications with an easy, automated way to integrate enterprise-grade security and load-balancing. A10’s Secure Service Mesh is the first solution of its kind to protect east-west traffic and transparently encrypt traffic between microservices without requiring changes to those applications.
Avigilon Corporation announced that Avigilon Blue, its cloud platform for video surveillance, is launching in Canada. The Avigilon Blue platform is a secure end-to-end solution that enables security integrators to deliver analytics-driven video surveillance as a service. It features patented self-learning video analytics technology that is compatible with both legacy Avigilon and third-party ONVIF® compliant cameras. Powerful and easy to use, the platform enables integrators to remotely connect to, manage and service more customer sites with fewer resources.
ProdataKey (PDK) has released a whitepaper addressing the cybersecurity benefits of cloud-based access control solutions. The confluence of cyber and physical security is driving dealers and integrators, along with their customers, to question the best ways to address security vulnerabilities in the systems they install. Juniper Research estimates that by 2019, the annual cost of cyber-attacks will cost business over $2 trillion. The majority of access control solutions are now comprised of IP devices, each with the potential to provide bad actors with access to the data and operational systems on their connected networks.
Avigilon Corporation announced that its Avigilon Blue cloud service platform for security and surveillance will support professional video monitoring through a new integration with SureView Systems (“SureView”) Immix® CS and Immix CC software. Avigilon Blue cloud platform features patented self-learning video analytics that detect movements of people and vehicles and generate an alarm with a short video clip, allowing central station operators to more efficiently verify and respond to potentially critical events.