Mexico

Expo Seguridad Mexico

Expo Seguridad Mexico is the largest exhibition of security products and solutions in Latin America, where manufacturers, distributors, integrators along with national and international users meet.

Kaspersky Security Analyst Summit (CFP Cancun, Mexico)

The Kaspersky Security Analyst Summit (SAS) is an annual event that attracts high-caliber anti-malware researchers, global law enforcement agencies and CERTs and senior executives from financial services, technology, healthcare, academia and government agencies. The previous events were joined by members of leading global companies, such as Samsung, Adobe, Microsoft, BlackBerry, CISCO, Boeing, Interpol, the World […]

Vicon Delivers Multi-City Network In Sinaloa, Mexico

Vicon Industries announced that it is working closely with the State of Sinaloa, Mexico to create a statewide surveillance network that unifies the systems of all of its metropolitan areas, including the cities of Culiacan, Mazatlan, Los Mochis and others. The new statewide initiative, built upon Valerus VMS software, will allow for greater coordination between all municipalities and their law enforcement agencies in their efforts to combat the influence of powerful drug cartels entrenched within the region.

NFPA Mexico Fire Expo 2017

The 13th annual edition of NFPA Mexico Fire Expo 2017 will be taking place on March 14-16, 2017. The annual co-locating event with Expo Seguridad Mexico and Expo Seguridad Industrial promises to bring an indispensable audience mix of third-party integrators, installers, consulting engineers, and service providers who specify, purchase, or install fire and life safety […]

RADWIN Wireless Video Surveillance Solutions Secure Border of Texas & Mexico

Every year tens of thousands of illegal crossing attempts are made over the border from& Mexico to the U.S (e.g. immigration, drugs, and human trafficking). Mahwah, NJ-based RADWIN, a provider of sub-6GHz broadband wireless solutions, has announced that its RADWIN 5000 Point-to-Multipoint systems were chosen by the local Port Authority in Texas& to help secure ports-of-entry into the United States.