Welcome to the June-July 2021 issue of New Zealand Security Magazine! In this issue we focus on CCTV, alarms and perimeter protection.
Distributor Hills answers the top 10 questions that installers are hearing from their customers in relation to the DSC PowerSeries Neo. Does DSC have a mobile phone app? What is the range on a DSC NEO Wireless Device? The answers to these questions and more are inside!
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Writing for ASIS International’s Security Management magazine, Alexander Harlass explores three markets that can benefit from smart surveillance, including agriculture, industrial controls and manufacturing and logistics
Traditionally it’s been difficult for remote operations to protect their people and assets – especially where no power supply or fixed networks are available. That was before Hikvision’s solar-powered stand-alone security solutions came along. We take a look at this impressive suite.
Controlling and monitoring access to sites that have a mix of office buildings, factories, gates and storage sheds requiring multiple sets of keys can get tricky in terms of key management. We explore how the new eCLIQ access control system from ASSA ABLOY provides a solution in a single key type and an online management platform.
We also get the low down on installing the Dahua Video Intercom line up in multi-dwelling property applications – from new system set-up to mounting and technology for larger installs.
In cyber security, we feature several insightful articles, including a report on recent research by Cato Networks that finds that the most prevalent enterprise cybersecurity risks in Q1 came from unpatched legacy systems, attacks from the US (not China or Russia!), and consumer applications such as Tik Tok.
New research predicts there will be a cyberattack every 11 seconds in 2021. However, this doesn’t mean that it should be normalised, writes VIPRE SafeSend’s Andrea Babbs, who argues against what she sees is a prevailing trend of cyber complacency.
Some great updates as well from within the industry, including a report from NZSA CEO Gary Morrison, coverage of Atlas Gentech’s recent Enterprise Integrated Solutions Event and Inner Range Partner Awards, and news from FLIR and Advanced Security.
There’s plenty more in this June-July issue of NZSM! To ensure you don’t miss out on any of the news and analysis we publish, subscribe to our email newsletters via our website, and follow us on LinkedIn via the address listed on this page.
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