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Report: LPR useful tool but obstacles remain

Privacy, data retention and sharing must be addressed to take full advantage of LPR, Rand Corp. finds

PITTSBURGH—License plate recognition technology has taken off with law enforcement agencies—some surveys estimate 70 percent of local agencies are using it.

Michael Dell makes ‘multi-million dollar’ investment in VMS provider Eagle Eye Networks

Enrique Salem of Symantec and Austin Ventures also participated in Series B funding

AUSTIN, Texas—In his first personal investment in physical security, Michael Dell, founder and CEO of Dell Inc., today announced a “multi-million dollar” investment in VMS provider Eagle Eye Networks.

Active shooters, school security a focus of ASIS 2014 show

250 educational sessions, new certification courses scheduled

ALEXANDRIA, Va.—Active shooters, school security and women in security are among the topics getting more attention this year at ASIS 2014.

Town mandates security cameras for late-night businesses


BROCKTON, Mass.—Businesses here that serve alcohol after midnight have until Nov. 1 to have a video surveillance system in place.

Feenics ‘built by a VAR for VARs'

Paul DiPeso heads up new cloud-based access control company

OTTAWA—Feenics, a new cloud-based access control platform launched earlier this year, has named Paul DiPeso as VP and GM, and is attracting the attention of some integrators who are demoing or getting ready to install Keep, which is Feenics’ first product.

More in store for Samsung ‘Eco Partners’

Camera manufacturer enhances ‘STEP’ program, launched at ISC West

RIDGEFIELD PARK, N.J.—Samsung’s strategic partners, including end users, can more easily submit project registration, access training, and up-to-date pricing and other product information as part of enhancements the camera manufacturer is making to its Samsung Techwin Eco Partners (STEP) program.