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Police have arrested an Ohio teen after a home surveillance system captured the 18-year-old stealing a 42-inch plasma TV from his neighbor’s home. SSI Staff · May 29, 2015

Cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab reveals that third-parties can hack video surveillance networks and manipulate the data transmitted through it. SSI Staff · May 29, 2015

A homeowner called 911 after viewing intruders inside his residence; two suspects were soon arrested in the neighborhood. SSI Staff · May 29, 2015

Residents wanted the cameras installed after multiple break-ins during the winter months. SSI Staff · May 28, 2015

Members of the not-for-profit program aim to solve the cybersecurity challenges smart cities face through collaboration and information sharing. SSI Staff · May 28, 2015

Mexican authorities recently dismantled the Web-enabled video surveillance network that included 32 cameras. SSI Staff · May 28, 2015

Video surveillance footage shows an EF-1 tornado flying through Beavercreek, Ohio. SSI Staff · May 27, 2015

Following the May 12 train derailment in Philadelphia that left eight dead, Amtrak announced that it will install inward-facing cameras on 70 ACS-64 locomotives operating on the Northeast Corridor. SSI Staff · May 27, 2015

Video footage taken by drones shows the devastation of a severe storm system that has resulted in the deaths of 19 people in Oklahoma and Texas. SSI Staff · May 27, 2015

Video surveillance cameras have helped police in Albuquerque, N.M., Bountiful, Utah, and Miami arrest several individuals suspected of serial burglaries. SSI Staff · May 26, 2015




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