• Metro Transit Authority Will Install Security Cameras in Every New York City Subway Car

    New York Gov. Kathy Hochul recently announced the Metropolitan Transportation Authority New York City Transit has received a $2 million award, through the Urban Area Security Initiative federal grant program, which will provide funding for the installation of cameras across the entire fleet of subway cars, enhancing security coverage, and, most importantly, increasing passenger confidence in mass transit safety.

  • Tips for Homeowners

    Now that summer vacations have come to an end and the skies are getting dark earlier, it’s a good time for homeowners to take a look at their home’s security.

  • Tackling Traffic Congestion

    One of the biggest drawbacks to living and working in modern cities is traffic congestion. It frustrates motorists. It increases the probability of accidents. It can slow response time for emergency services. And, it lowers air quality.

  • Dispelling the Myths

    We hear the term “best practices” a lot, but the truth is, there are still plenty of bad practices in use that put people and assets at risk every day. Many of those bad practices are grounded in one or more of the following myths that commonly lure people and organizations into a false sense of security.

  • The Final Frontier for Quantum-Resilient Cybersecurity: Why We Need to Incorporate Post-Quantum Cybersecurity into Satellite Communication Architectures

    Staring up into the sky on a clear night, you may be inclined to think that the small shining light moving gently across the black background is a shooting star or perhaps even a UFO. More likely, that tiny speck of light moving over your head is a satellite orbiting thousands of miles above the clouds

  • September is National Insider Threat Awareness Month

    The National Counterintelligence and Security Center (NCSC), the National Insider Threat Task Force (NITTF), the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense Intelligence and Security, the Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency, and the Department of Homeland Security today launched the fourth-annual “National Insider Threat Awareness Month” (NITAM).

  • Evolving Security for Protecting Today’s Financial Services Networks

    Today’s businesses have seen increasing pressure to digitize their services, but few industries have felt this pressure more than the financial sector. Customers have grown to demand high-quality digital services, and the expectation is that these services are delivered with a high degree of security and reliability.

  • TSA Begins Testing Drone Detection Technology at LAX

    The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) recently announced that it has begun testing state-of-the-art technology designed to detect, track and identify (DTI) drones entering restricted air space around Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).

  • Business Leaders Rank Cybersecurity as Most Serious Risk Facing Their Company

    Amid increasing geopolitical tensions and consumer privacy concerns, business leaders (40%) ranked cybersecurity as the number one serious risk facing their companies. It’s not just top of mind for Chief Information Security Officers and Chief Risk Officers—executives across the entire C-suite ranked cybersecurity as a serious risk

  • New Jersey County Upgrades VMS to Better Manage 600 IP Cameras

    Qognify, aprovider of video and enterprise incident management solutions, has announced Cape May County as one of the first organizations in the world to deploy Qognify VMS, a truly next generation open architecture enterprise-class VMS that delivers low total cost of ownership, business process support, advanced ecosystem integrations and cloud readiness.