A new law signed by Governor Cuomo will allow people to sue their neighbors over surveillance cameras they feel are obtrusive.
AT&T is considering selling the security and home automation business unit to ease the debt load from a pending purchase of Time Warner, Reuters reports.
The addition of PFAS brings Tech Electronics to nine locations across the U.S. and continues to supports its strategic growth goals.
The partnership will provide PSA members with phishing prevention managed services designed to address cyber crime across a range vertical markets.
Other top surveillance videos of the week include the world’s dumbest criminals, a not-so-sneaky child and more.
Tech Talk columnist Bob Dolph gives an overview of some basic but no less important testing parameters for a network cabling circuit.
Many things can go wrong during the cabling installation and maintenance process, which is why it’s important technicians keep abreast of the latest testing equipment and related training to maintain today’s sophisticated networks.
KeyLogic plans to build up a national security and biometrics practice across agencies, including the FBI and DHS.
Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson revealed the service would be participating in the event, which will look at various ways drones can be used on and off the battlefield.
The video surveillance solutions provider promoted from within to fill the role formerly held by Soon Hong Ahn, who is taking on a new role at Hanwha.