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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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Brinks Home Security Holdings Inc., a provider of residential and commercial security systems that spun off from The Brink’s Co. last fall, is changing its name to ... June 29, 2009

While bandwidth is widening, larger video systems and more advanced megapixel cameras are continuing to push the throughput limits of network piping. Fortunately, new compression methods such as H.264 are available to help keep surveillance data flowing. By Bob Wimmer · June 25, 2009

In Maryland, Anne Arundel County police will start fining homeowners and businesses for repeated false alarms beginning in August under a ... June 24, 2009

ADI is launching a series of IP technology events designed to educate dealers on the emerging IP market to help increase ... June 24, 2009

ADI is launching a series of IP technology events designed to educate dealers on the emerging IP market to help increase their offering and win new business. June 24, 2009

SimplexGrinnell, a provider of fire/life-safety solutions, and Intransa, an IP storage solutions provider, will pursue a new sales and marketing relationship. June 24, 2009

NUUO Inc. of Taiwan releases its H.264 D1 real-time recording DVR cards. The product features recording at D1 resolution with 30 frames per second and H.264 format support that reduces the data size by 50 percent comparing to MPEG-4, according to the company. SSI Staff · June 18, 2009

IP storage is a technology whose time has come for physical security. One-third to one-half of the cost of a typical surveillance system today is the storage component, making it the best place to deliver competitive advantage for the security integrator. June 18, 2009

The Los Angeles-based Sierra Group, a statewide licensed alarm and surveillance firm, has been named as a Honeywell Authorized Dealer for ... June 17, 2009

A comprehensive survey of North American integrators and installers revealed that IP managers make nearly 60 percent of all purchasing decisions for IP-based physical security products. June 17, 2009




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