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61% of Americans Fear Their Home Security Cameras Will Be Hacked

A recent survey found that of all the things Americans fear being hacked, home security cameras is tied for their No. 1 fear.

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The New York Police Department's body camera program has been delayed months. The department is still choosing a vendor for the cameras. Stephen Sellner · August 11, 2016

Police in Brookhaven, a suburb of Atlanta, are appealing to residents and business owners to provide the department with access to their video surveillance cameras to help reduce crime. Stephen Sellner · August 10, 2016

Pivot3 added more than 400 customers, including clients the company brought on through its acquisition of flash storage vendor NexGen Storage in January. SSI Staff · August 09, 2016

A hidden security camera was found in the weight room of the Oakland Athletics' home stadium, the Coliseum. The person who reportedly installed the camera is the team's strength and conditioning coach. Stephen Sellner · August 08, 2016

Check out all the top moments in video surveillance from the past week, including dramatic footage of a mother giving birth suddenly in the hospital lobby. Stephen Sellner · August 08, 2016

Looking to modernize your central station? A video wall can help raise the bar when it comes to your monitoring capabilities. Here are five steps that will help you find the right one. SSI Staff · August 08, 2016

Genetec recently announced the release of version 5.5 of Security Center, the company’s open architecture, unified IP security platform that combines access control, video surveillance, ALPR and communications. SSI Staff · August 04, 2016

Milestone upgraded Safeco Field's video surveillance system back in 2013, ditching the coaxial cabling for an IP network. Safeco Field is the home stadium of Major League Baseball's Seattle Mariners. SSI Staff · August 04, 2016

Speco Technologies has released the next camera in their Speco Connect line of WiFi solutions: the O2CP2, a 1080p, H.265, WiFi pan/tilt IP camera for residential and small business applications. SSI Staff · August 03, 2016

A recent study found that jurors watching video surveillance footage of a crime in slow motion are far more likely to be ready to convict the alleged criminal than if the video was seen in full speed. Stephen Sellner · August 03, 2016


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