WELLINGBOROUGH, England—The Boston Marathon bombing will likely drive increased spending on video surveillance equipment, a market that had already been projected to more than double through 2016, according to IMS Research.
EAST GREENBUSH, N.Y.—How clear are the boundaries separating physical and cyber security in 2013? According to Rich Licht, executive director for the Integrated Intelligence Center (IIC), not very clear at all.
CHICAGO—The director of campus safety and security for Columbia College Chicago, located in the urban South Loop district, credits her success to productive communication with her colleagues in the public and private sectors.
BOCA RATON, Fla.—Americans' knowledge of national safety and security facts and information is "alarmingly low," according to ADT's recently released 2013 Safety Data Index, a survey examining the safety and lifestyle habits of Americans.
LAS VEGAS—The Security Executive Council and the publisher Elsevier have teamed up to produce the SEC Risk Management Portfolio to provide executives, practitioners and educators with advice for successful security and risk management programs.
LOS ANGELES—The Shepherd of the Hills Church here has 10,000 members and four campuses. Almost weekly there is some sort of security incident, said Tim Winters, executive pastor of the non-denominational church.
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.—Physical security professionals tend to think they need to "embrace everything that has a power supply," but that's a mistake, said George Booth, senior manager, global security operations for eBay Corp.
Martha Entwistle, editor of Security Systems News, talks to Simon Harris about IHS's acquisition of IMS Research and what the deal means for the research company's coverage of the physical security market.