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Research firm Markets and Markets projects a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 8.7% between 2015and 2020. SSI Staff · May 27, 2015

Learn which technological innovations are providing systems contractors with smoother, more cost-efficient installations while creating increased value for the end customer. Security Sales & Integration’s 10th annual Fire Market Report also includes exclusive fire/life-safety research from the 2014 Installation Business Report. By Chris Woodcock · May 05, 2015

A new report suggests increasing cybersecurity concerns and monitoring needs are among factors driving data center security adoption. SSI Staff · April 09, 2015

North America is expected to experience the highest revenue generating segment with a value of $18.7 billion. SSI Staff · March 18, 2015

A new survey of businesses conducted by Clearswift shows 73% of data and security breaches in last 12 months attributed to internal sources. SSI Staff · March 18, 2015

Parks Associates surveyed broadband households in Canada for its “Emerging Power of IoT” research project. SSI Staff · March 18, 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

A new report highlights the challenge facing CIOs and security chiefs to maintain compliance amid constantly changing IT environments, new regulations and growing cyber threats. SSI Staff · March 12, 2015

Mobile device platforms have become increasingly notable to hackers and cybercriminals as consumers do most of their transactions through their mobile devices. SSI Staff · March 11, 2015

Fingerprint biometrics are the most widely used recognition technology, others are emerging such as palm vein and hand geometry, according to the report. SSI Staff · March 09, 2015




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