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Download this FREE Webcast from September 27th from Security Sales & Integration, and sponsored by NVT Phybridge, to be introduced to proven innovations that are changing the way IP endpoints are being deployed and ways to differentiate yourself and win! June 30, 2016

Tyco Security Products introduced its Cyber Protection Program at the ISC West. The multifaceted program provides a holistic approach to cybersecurity protection for physical security through each phase of the product development lifecycle. Scott Goldfine · April 06, 2016

At ISC West, March Networks has introduced new service and support capabilities to help certified partners and customers access at-a-glance intelligence on their video surveillance networks. Scott Goldfine · April 06, 2016

Pivot3 announces the availability of Edge Protect, a hyperconverged SAN storage solution for midsized and remotely distributed surveillance applications. Edge Protect delivers enterprise-class IT capabilities on off-the-shelf x86 server hardware. Scott Goldfine · April 06, 2016

The results of Computerworld's Forecast 2016 survey suggest that employers will face stiff competition for top talent when they goes to recruit jobseekers. SSI Staff · December 07, 2015

Demand for datacenters continue to grow around enterprises, including Fortune 500 companies. SSI Staff · September 14, 2015

Computer-security specialists say crucial encryption methods for safeguarding the Internet will be rendered obsolete with the arrival of the quantum computer. SSI Staff · September 09, 2015

Security firm Rapid7 has discovered common security flaws with nine Internet-connected baby video monitors. SSI Staff · September 08, 2015

German security firm G DATA notes that analysts could identify a new strain of malware in Android smartphones every 14 seconds. SSI Staff · September 02, 2015

FireEye researchers have uncovered a new vulnerability with Android devices, such as the HTC One Max and Samsung Galaxy S5, in which hackers can remotely steal fingerprints to gain unauthorized access to a user’s phone and data. SSI Staff · August 13, 2015




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