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Smart Solutions to Security Problems

- The Royal Ontario Museum’s expansion goes hand in hand with a security upgrade

Smart Solutions to Security Problems

- A historic New York university installs modern access control in new dorms.

Olden Days, New Technology

- A 1950’s-style diner goes modern when it comes to CCTV technology.

Creating an Integrated Approach

- MacDill Federal Credit Union invests in a security system that goes beyond regulatory requirements.

Glittering CCTV System is Gold

- A gem of a CCTV system protects a distinctive jewelry design center

Putting Muscle into Access Control

- A 24-hour health club uses antitailgating devices as a way to exorcise freeloaders.

Mapping the Crime Scene

- Crime mapping reports of possible locations help one national bank find the safest of the suitable sites on which to build new branches.

Extinguishing Fire Safety Problems

- A New Hampshire school updates its maintenance andinspection of fire extinguishers.

Scoping Out Malicious Mail

- Spying suspicious mail at the National Security Agency.

Watching Over Guests

- In contrast, the 3VR system requires employee training of about 15 minutes, and it has generally performed as promised. For example, to aid police on the case involving the robbery by the prostitute, the Talbott’s security staff used two key components of the 3VR system: its ability to rapidly narrow down video footage based on the hour, the location, and any unusual physical movement; and its ability to help staff find suspects using the facial recognition feature.

Healthy Approach to Data Protection

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Military Museum Guards Against Fire

- Smart solutions to security problems.

Working in the Wild

- If a laptop is stolen, encryption software keeps data hidden, while tracking software "phones home," making it easy to catch the crooks.
 




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