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Situation Awareness System Market Worth $168.25 Billion by 2020

Situation Awareness System Market Worth $168.25 Billion by 2020 | r.schrama | Scoop.it
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Finally, the market gets an idea of using today's technology for situation awareness to have a safe and secure environment.... 

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Amplifies human powers of observation &

cognition, to improve safety, security, &

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Door by Door, Colleges Install Systems for Online Control of Building Access

Door by Door, Colleges Install Systems for Online Control of Building Access | r.schrama | Scoop.it

Spurred by a desire to better control who is moving in and out of campus facilities, colleges are adopting sophisticated online access systems at a steady clip. The systems, which support arrays of hard-wired and wireless locks, are being applied to interior doors, such as those in residence halls and labs, in addition to exterior doors. In some places they are being installed in concert with other security features, like video surveillance technology. The migration is such that traditional keys on college campuses could soon become as quaint as typewriters.

 

Online building-access systems deliver a certain "wow" factor. They allow administrators to monitor and control individual doors using a dedicated workstation or browser-based interface. User-friendly features include doors that can be unlocked by contactless "tap" cards and mobile devices.


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Majority Of Users Have Not Received Security Awareness Training, Study Says

Majority Of Users Have Not Received Security Awareness Training, Study Says | r.schrama | Scoop.it
More than half of enterprise employees have received no security awareness training, and that lack of training is resulting in risky behavior, according to a study published Tuesday..

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A good security awareness program is ongoing and pertinent. I have found that people are really interested when they participate in a good program. 

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How physical, IT security sides can work together

How physical, IT security sides can work together | r.schrama | Scoop.it
A physical security specialist teams up with an IT security specialist to outline a more potent defense. From the CSO Security Standard event in New York.
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Hacker laat kat kwetsbare wifi-netwerken opsporen - Security.NL

Hacker laat kat kwetsbare wifi-netwerken opsporen - Security.NL | r.schrama | Scoop.it
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▶ TriOpSys - Mission Critical IT - YouTube

▶ TriOpSys - Mission Critical IT - YouTube | r.schrama | Scoop.it
TriOpSys is gespecialiseerd in het ontwerpen, bouwen en beheren van mission critical IT-systemen, ofwel bedrijfskritische softwaresystemen die nooit uit moge...
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Emergency Expo - 8-9-10 april 2014 - Ahoy Rotterdam - Platform voor rampenbestrijding en crisisbeheersing

Emergency Expo - 8-9-10 april 2014 - Ahoy Rotterdam - Platform voor rampenbestrijding en crisisbeheersing | r.schrama | Scoop.it
Emergency Expo biedt op 8, 9 en 10 april 2014 een multidisciplinair platform voor alle betrokken partijen bij rampenbestrijding en crisisbeheersing.
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