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ISC West in Las Vegas is just around the corner, and so Security Sales & Integration Editor-in-Chief Scott Goldfine shares the top 10 things associated with the industry’s biggest show he is most looking forward to. Scott Goldfine · March 30, 2015

Here is a glimpse at a few advances likely to have significant impacts on future physical security information management (PSIM) product development and use. By Michael Mesaros · March 25, 2015

As systems have become increasingly network-based, installing security contractors must learn to collaborate with IT departments. That is easier said than done. Here are tips to help foster a good foundation for a sustainable relationship. By Minu Youngkin · March 25, 2015

ProtectWise, founded by network security industry pioneer Scott Chasin, unveils a “cloud DVR” that delivers real-time and automated retroactive threat detection. SSI Staff · March 24, 2015

Broader capabilities and convenience have hastened the deployment of networked and wireless physical security devices — but at what cost? With breaches racing toward epidemic proportions, the electronic security industry finds itself scrambling to contend with cybersecurity threats. Security Sales & Integration’s Physical-Logical Assessment quantifies how cyber is rewriting the integrator playbook. Scott Goldfine · March 16, 2015

Security Sales & Integration magazine’s first Physical-Logical Security Assessment shows security systems integrators are acknowledging issues surrounding cybersecurity that also affect networked physical security systems. Scott Goldfine · March 12, 2015

That was the daunting message by security experts who addressed cybersecurity issues at a Wisconsin Homeland Security Council gathering. SSI Staff · March 11, 2015

Blue Coat’s previous owner agreed to sell the company for $2.4 billion in an all-cash deal after taking it private in 2012 for $1.3 billion. SSI Staff · March 11, 2015

Think your security business is too small to be an attractive target for cyber criminals? If so, you could not be more grievously wrong. Learn cost-efficient, uncomplicated techniques to safeguard your organization and your client’s sensitive information. By Hank Goldberg · March 09, 2015

The current PACS architecture significantly limits access control system capabilities. This paper explains why next generation PACS architecture is long overdue: it presents the critical IT-aligned attributes and capabilities that next generation PACS architecture must possess. February 18, 2015




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