Security Technology Executive

SEP-OCT 2017

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HEALTHCARE SECURIT Y FOCUS Aligning Healthcare Information Security and Safety Page 16 Migrating Data and Info Breaches Page 20 Workplace Violence and Threat Management Page 24 Safe Parking Structures Page 34 TECHNOLOGY Mobile Devices and Access Control Page 38 Page 42 Customize your access control Mor e than just power. ª 64 SECURIT Y TECHNOLOGY E XECUTIVE • September/October 2017 • www. Hanwha Techwin America Booth #3523 Hanwha Techwin America's Wisenet P series multi-sensor/ multi-directional cameras are ideal for applications such as parking lots, shopping mall entrances and airports. It includes the PNM-9080VQ with four individual 2MP sensors for a total of 8MP resolution capable of 150dB WDR and 60fps (per sensor); and the PNM-9081VQ with four individual 5MP sensors that deliver 20MP resolution. Request more info at Quantum Corp. Booth #4170 Quantum Corp.'s StorNext 6 delivers a unique combination of advanced data management features for on-premise, hybrid cloud and public cloud environ- ments and streaming performance, and is now shipping with the company's Xcel- lis workflow storage solutions. It provides more efficient and cost-effective ways to share and access files across geographi- cally distributed teams. Request more info at www. Talkaphone Booth #1123 Talkaphone's Via Series Access and Courtesy Communication Pedestal includes a VOIP-200 series IP call station and has optional card reader and push plate switch accessories. To add an additional security measure, customers can choose a card reader with a keypad. It can include an ONVIF-compliant, wide angle IP camera. Request more info at www.SecurityOnfoWatch. com/12321207 NC4 Booth #501 NC4 Risk Center pro- vides real-time, early warning and predic- tive intelligence of risks that could threaten critical infrastructure, cause business dis- ruption or affect employee health and safety. It also provides real-time tracking of travelers around the world to keep them safe and to satisf y Duty of Care concerns. Request more info at Galaxy Control Systems Booth #2241 The Galaxy Cloud Concierge solution is a turn- key, cloud-based, fully hosted and managed access control and monitoring solution that includes professional 24/ 7 management and sup- ports industr y standard access technologies. It comes in three configurations: an on-site, user-managed, cloud-based system; a remote cloud-based, user-managed integrated system; or a remote cloud-based, reseller/integrator managed integrated system. Request more info at Genetec Booth #3147 At ASIS, Genetec will announce the expansion of its Streamvault (SV ) turn- key security infrastructure portfolio, which includes enterprise-grade ser vers, workstations and storage solutions. This will complement the company's exist- ing portfolio of compact appliances and will be available with Security Center pre- installed and validated performance. Request more info at www. PRODUCT SHOWCASE ASIS 2017 RENEW OR SUBSCRIBE INFORMATION IS POWER GO TO www.SecurityInfoWatch. com/ subscribe and enter priority code 2017MAG to Security Technology Executive Today! It's FREE! RISK MITIGATION STRATEGIES AND SOLUTIONS • FEBRUARY/MARCH 2017 • VOL. 27/NO. 1 POWERED BY Securing the Business of Healthcare Taming the Video Data Monster POWERED BY RISK MITIGATION STRATEGIES AND SOLUTIONS • MAY/JUNE 2017 • VOL. 27/NO. 2 Building Organizational Resiliency The Boeing Company's All-Hazards Approach Page 16 CSO or CISO: Who Makes Security Policy? Page 22 Customizing Your GSOC Page 26 Converging Building Automation Page 28 Video Analytics: Beyond Security Page 32 Physical Security at the Edge Page 42 SOFT TARGETS Mitigating Vehicle Ramming Attacks Page 16 RISK MITIGATION STRATEGIES AND SOLUTIONS • JULY/AUGUST 2017 • VOL. 27/NO. 3 POWERED BY Technology in the Classroom Page 20 Anti-terror barriers were installed on London Bridge to protect the public from car terror attacks. Planning for Mass Notification Page 24 VMS Solutions on Campus Page 28 Upgrading the Network Page 32

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