PSA Security, ISC Security And SIA To Launch Cyber Secured Forum

PSA Security Network, the world’s largest systems integrator cooperative, ISC Security Events and the Security Industry Association (SIA), the leading trade association for global security solution providers.

Should Cops Preview Body Cam Video Before Giving Use-Of-Force Statements?

A webinar on the hot question of whether police officers should be allowed to review body cam video before giving statements on use-of-force incidents features a spirited clash of opinions among two law enforcement lawyers and a forensics expert, but in the end offers agreement on two critical points.

Free Active Shooter, Small Business Security Program At ASIS Dallas 2017

ASIS International announced the agenda for its free Security Cares program, which will be held during its 63rd ASIS International Annual Seminar and Exhibits (ASIS 2017), Sept. 25-28 in Dallas, TX. This security education program for small/medium-sized businesses/institutions —including houses of worship, hospitals/clinics, schools, retailers, and restaurants, as well as community leaders, law enforcement, and first responders— will tap into the expertise of the more than 20,000 security professionals attending ASIS 2017 by offering free training on the fundamentals of security prevention and preparedness.

IFSEC International 2017 Gets ONVIF Sponsorship

ONVIF®, the leading global standardization initiative for IP-based physical security products, announced today that it is a sponsor of IFSEC International 2017 in London, 20-22 June, 2017, at ExCel London. IFSEC International is Europe’s largest security exhibition and more than 27,000 security professionals are expected to attend this year’s event.

ISONAS To Certify Thousands Of Access Control Technicians On Pure IP Technology In 2017

ISONAS Inc., a leading Pure IP™ access control system manufacturer, today announced that they will be increasing the number of onsite certified partner trainings. The incredible adoption of their new product line is driving the need for more onsite training to continue educating partners and integrators on its new RC-04 hardware family and Pure Access software platform. In 2015, ISONAS launched a certified partner program which involved an online training program and many other benefits. The program took off with a strong adoption from the field and from there the ISONAS onsite certification program was born.

SoCal School District Selects Nexsan For Petabyte Video Storage Project

Nexsan™ announced that Corona-Norco Unified School District has deployed Nexsan’s E-Series Model E60™ solution to meet increasing storage demands and accommodate the s chool districts new video surveillance mandate. CNUSD expects these projects to exceed a petabyte of storage. Corona-Norco has more than 20,000 desktops to protect and growing volumes of data, including data generated from a large new video surveillance implementation, the district continued to face difficulties with its existing Fibre Channel-based storage infrastructure and associated high cost per terabyte.

(ISC)2 Announces SSCP Course Recommended for College Credit by American Council on Education

(ISC)2® (“ISC-squared”) announced that the American Council on Education’s College Credit Recommendation Service (ACE CREDIT®) has evaluated and recommended college credit for the Official (ISC)2 CBK® Training Seminar for the Systems Security Certified Practitioner (SSCP®).

ISC East 2014 Presents New Mass Evacuation and Notification Sessions

ISC East, the largest security event in the Northeast United States, announced today a new addition to the educational program at this year’s conference: a three-session program called “Demystifying the Mass Evacuation and Notification Market.” The new program will be held Wednesday, Nov. 19 at New York’s Javits Center during the 2014 ISC East conference and is offered free to those interested in understanding the market demands and opportunities.

State Lawmakers Continue to Place Restrictions on Biometrics in Schools

Several U.S. states have implemented bans or restrictions on the use of biometric technologies in schools as concerns over student privacy have increased in response to recent breaches of government and commercial databases, according to a report by The PEW Charitable Trusts. Earlier this year, Florida became the first state in the nation to ban the use of biometric identification in its schools.

Video-Insight Bundles Access Control With It’s Enterprise VMS at No Extra Charge

Video Insight VMS will unveil its latest version of VI Monitor v6 —which includes MonitorCastEDU, an access control product designed specifically for the multi-campus education market— at the upcoming ASIS 2014 conference in Atlanta. This latest version of VI Monitor v6 is designed to provide K-12 schools and universities the necessary access control features needed to enhance day-to-day security without adding additional cost.