SecureCircle Now Delivers Ubiquitous Transparent Security To Unstructured Data

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SecureCircle has announced the launch of its flagship security product, SecureCircle, which is the first security product designed to meet the challenges of securing and managing unstructured data in a “zero-trust” world. Differing from other data security and access control solutions, SecureCircle automatically detects and transparently protects data no matter the form it takes throughout its lifecycle.

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2017 Physical Security Industry Influencer: Kevin Wine, VP Marketing, Verint

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The Security.World community voted during the summer of 2017 and selected the Physical Security and Video Surveillance industry’s Top 12 Influencers. This Profile is one in the series of 12 of those individuals that are making a difference in our industry. Congratulations to Kevin Wine, Vice President of Marketing, Verint. We reached out to Kevin to get his views and insight on what is happening in the physical security and video surveillance market.

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ASIS’ Annual Expo Now Called ‘Global Security Exchange’

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ASIS International has announced it has changed the name of its annual security conference from the ASIS Annual Seminar and Exhibits to the Global Security Exchange (GSX). Building on a 60+ year legacy of security event distinction, the newly branded GSX will take place in Las Vegas, Nevada, from September 23-27, 2018, in partnership with InfraGard and ISSA.

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Mass Shooting Alerts Now Transmitted By TerrorMate App Globally

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TerrorMate, the world’s first terror alert app, is expanding its user alert capabilities to include mass shootings. The real-time intelligence system with well-established terror attack and terror threat alerting capabilities will now deliver structured, accurate mass shooting alerts and safety recommendations to its users within two minutes of an attack anywhere in the world. Developed by TerrorTech LLC, the free proprietary mobile application alerts users to incident-specific information such as location of the shooting event, number of reported perpetrators, areas to avoid, and number of casualties, along with potentially live-saving safety tips and continuous updates for the duration of the event.

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FLIR’s New ID Thermal Fixed Bullet Camera With Built-In Human/Vehicle Recognition

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FLIR introduced the FB-Series ID, the latest fixed bullet thermal security camera in the FB-Series family. Combining best-in-class thermal image detail and high-performance onboard analytics, the FB-Series ID is ideal for narrow to wide area perimeter detection and sterile-zone monitoring. The FB-Series ID features accurate video analytics that are capable of classifying human or vehicular intrusions.

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Genetec Announces Airport Sense: Utilizes Existing Security Cameras And Sensors To Provide Operational Insight

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Genetec introduced Genetec Airport Sense™, part of the Genetec Airport Practice Group. This advanced operational analytics solution relies on data provided by an airport’s existing security infrastructure, including cameras, sensors, and various detection devices to produce actionable intelligence about airport security, operations, and passenger flow. By accessing and analyzing both structured and unstructured data from these untapped security information sources, airports can extend their security investment. Airport Sense is available now from any Genetec certified channel partner.

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2017 Physical Security Industry Influencer: Joe Grillo, CEO, Vanderbilt

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The Security.World community voted during the summer of 2017 and selected the Physical Security and Video Surveillance industry’s Top 12 Influencers. This Profile is one in the series of 12 of those individuals that are making a difference in our industry. Congratulations to Joe Grillo, CEO, Vanderbilt. We reached out to Joe to get his views and insight on what is happening in the physical security and video surveillance market.

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How Video Surveillance And Artificial Intelligence Are Making Moscow Safer

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Moscow continues to bring video surveillance security to the next level, through a partnership that brings artificial intelligence technology in ways that will make facial recognition more accurate and more intuitive. Moscow’s Department of Information Technologies has recently finished deploying a city-wide, 160,000-camera video surveillance system that integrates facial recognition technology from NtechLab. Yet only a portion of those is currently active, due to the cost of implementing the technology.

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Toshiba’s New 10TB Surveillance Hard Drive

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Toshiba America Electronic Components, Inc., —part of the beleaguered Toshiba Corp that has been going through a fire-sale of many of its assets— announces the MD06ACA-V, the latest addition to its SV Series line-up of 3.5-inch hard drives for surveillance applications. Similar to Seagate’s Skyhawk and WD’s Purple surveillance system oriented hard drives, the new Toshiba models are available in capacities up to 10TB with higher transfer rate compare with previous generations, and can support up to 64 cameras operating 24/7. These key benefits are the ability to support higher resolution camera streams.

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Digital Ally Announces Patent Office Rejected Motion From WatchGuard Video

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Digital Ally, Inc., announced that the U.S. Patent Office has rejected the request of Enforcement Video, LLC (dba WatchGuard Video) to institute an inter partes review (IPR) on U.S. Patent No. 9,325,950 (the ‘950 Patent). The ‘950 Patent is asserted against WatchGuard in a patent infringement lawsuit pending in the U.S. District Court in Kansas. The lawsuit also involves U.S. Patent Nos. 8,781,292 (the ‘292 Patent) and 9,253,452 (the ‘452 Patent), the same two patents asserted against Axon Enterprise, Inc. (Axon, formerly known as TASER International, Inc.).

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