6 Points to Consider About Physical Security Information Management
Using Physical Security Information Management means making security data available to IT for an analysis of security design and whether or not it is a success. It provides users with the ability to watch whomever has moved to certain areas and to take that information and have security or IT analyze for patterns, access trends, etc. Learn more about PSIM here.
3 Top Apps for Mobile Security
Whether you are a Android user or iPhone smapthone devotee that believes your Apple devices are impervious to hackers, or you live in the real world knowing that a slight of hand can leave all of your information exposed there are some apps out there to help save you from yourself.
Getting Your Network Ready for BYOD
Many employees now wish to use their own equipment at work, but preparing the network for such an eventuality takes a strategy that looks at safety, data management and liability. Learn how to address these considerations.
The Perfect A/V Meeting Space
The right equipment for a meeting space can add to the success of a gathering. The better experience provided more professional you represent yourself. Learn how to use A/V technology to reduce distractions and return the focus to the presenter.
App Attack! How to Protect Your Mobile Device from Malicious Adware - 12 Apps that Do the Job
Adware is a silent terror for the mobile market. Intrusive in-app ads and compromising adware can harm your device and steal your contacts and other personal data, but you won't know they are a threat until they are on your device. Mobile security apps protect your phone from unwanted intrusions and make sure you can use your mobile device without fearing an outside attack. Apps for Android protects users from spyware, malware and a variety of other mobile threats including adware.
9 of the Most Popular CCTV and IP Security Camera Monitoring Apps for iOS and Android
The must have list of security camera and monitoring apps for CCTV and IP security cameras. These iOS and Android apps allow the user to control the pan, tilt and zoom (PTZ) through “pinch to zoom,” take snapshots and send via MMS and email, play back video recordings, two-way audio, view live video from multiple cameras, store multiple DVR connections in an address book, instant notification of alarm events, and HTTPS support for secure connectivity are among just a few features. Some allow the user to monitor hundreds of network cameras of different brands. Many common IP cameras such as Axis, Sony, Toshiba, Vivotek, and Panasonic.