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Security Goes Underground

- A mall in Venezuela protects patrons and parking attendants through video surveillance and a two-way communication system.

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- A hospital found an access control system that allowed security to maintain control while helping to secure sensitive locations.

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- Concerned about employees’ excessive Web surfing, one company found a software program that helped monitor it and block access to certain sites.

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- Allen County, Ohio, wanted to control access rights and to track any changes in the system. A software program helped IT address these data security concerns.

Case Study: Security Comes With the Lease

- The owners of a luxury apartment building in California make robust security a selling point.

Case Study: Security Comes With the Lease

- The owners of a luxury apartment building in California make robust security a selling point.

Safely Connecting Computing Devices

- How a network access control solution is helping a university safely connect new kinds of computing devices and operating systems.

Maritime Messages

- To comply with laws passed after 9-11, the U.S. Coast Guard uses an electronic system that can send secure messages to appropriate parties in emergencies.

One Card to Rule Them All

- Missouri Southern State University is transitioning from traditional keys and locks to a single card that students and staff can use for campus access.

A Lock on Security

- University officials needed a modern keyless system that could be easily managed but would provide strong security.

A Lock on Security

- University officials needed a modern keyless system that could be easily managed but would provide strong security.

Keeping Data in Its Place

- A new software program is helping the city of Richmond better manage and monitor user access to data.

City Surveillance Success

- The surveillance system launched in Davenport, Iowa, has helped the police as intended, but the city has been surprised by the positive response from both businesses and the public.
 




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