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.
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.—End users have a number of concerns in the ever-changing industry, but an exclusive Security Director News survey pinpoints the chief issues that keep security professionals up at night.
YARMOUTH, Maine—The world market for PSIM software is estimated to have more than doubled between 2009 and 2011, but limited awareness tempered revenue projections for 2012 and continues to do so for 2013, according to a new report from IMS Research.
NORTHBROOK, Ill.—Underwriters Laboratories is launching the first digital-camera performance standard in February and plans to have some cameras certified in time for ISC West, according to Bob Jamieson, UL general manager, life safety and security industries.
The Union League of Philadelphia hosts high-level politicians and executives; houses archives and displays Civil War memorabilia, silver and artwork; can see up to 40 events, such as weddings and banquets, on any given day, and is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Security is all about trying to keep the bad things out and the good things in, and with technological advancements, that job has become a whole lot easier, said Brett Gourley, senior software engineer at Los Alamos Technical Associates.
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.