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12th June 2019 Issue no. 461
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Hanwha Techwin leading the way with Deep Learning video solutions
Master Lock launches Vault Enterprise for smart and secure access management
The software, in combination with Master Lock's range of Bluetooth enabled hardware, provides business owners who manage many locks and many users with a convenient way to control access, oversee products and improve accountability.
The Vault Enterprise innovation eliminates the cost, security risk and complexity of physical key management.
Floodlight surveillance camera
Global cyber security market is set to reach USD 282.3 Billion by 2024
The global cyber security market is predicted to grow at 11.1% CAGR during the forecast period with the market size reaching USD 282.3 billion by 2024.
The market is driven by factors such as increasing cyber security threats, increasing internet penetration, and increasing adoption of IoT solutions across different industry verticals.
Industry players are developing advanced solutions to tackle cyber-attacks and threat such as firewall, encryption, identity and access management, security, and vulnerability management, which are further fuelling the growth of the market.
San Francisco bans facial recognition technology
Legislators in San Francisco have voted to ban the use of facial recognition, the first US city to do so. The emerging technology will not be allowed to be used by local agencies, such as the city's transport authority, or law enforcement.
Additionally, any plans to buy any kind of new surveillance technology must now be approved by city administrators. Opponents of the measure said it will put people's safety at risk and hinder efforts to fight crime.Full Story
Answer the doorbell with your smartphone from anywhere; you can ask the delivery man to hide a package or leave with a neighbour.
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WhatsApp discovers 'targeted' surveillance attack
Hackers were able to remotely install surveillance software on phones and other devices using a major vulnerability in messaging app WhatsApp, it has been confirmed, according to BBC reports.
WhatsApp, which is owned by Facebook, said the attack targeted a "select number" of users and was orchestrated by "an advanced cyber-actor." A fix was rolled out and WhatsApp urged all of its 1.5 billion users to update their apps as an added precaution.
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This Week's News
Hickleys, the vehicle key programming specialist, are explaining the opportunities in key programming at presentations being held around the country throughout the year. The ability to copy or program vehicle keys and remotes adds additional business to service and diagnostic garages, car sales and main dealers, plus key cutters and auto locksmiths.
The evening presentations will explain the equipment required, the technical backup available and the methods used, offering a new service to your existing or potential customers. Using the Smart Pro or Zed-FULL key programming and cloning diagnostic testers, payback scenarios of as little as 7 months (or 30 key programs) can easily be achieved.
Codelocks KitLock range expands
Introducing the new mechanical lock. Digital lock innovators and designers Codelocks, expands its digital keyless solution range with the release of its new KitLock KL10. The sleek, easy to install, mechanical lock is ideal for schools and offices where the same code is repeatedly used.
Designed with simplicity in mind, the KL10 is durable and compact offering seamless access via a four-wheel code combination. Suitable for individual use, the KL10 is perfect for a wide variety of internal applications including lockers, cabinets and cupboards.
Five new products from Castel at IFSEC 2019
Castel has been working with many technology partners over the past year - such as CCure, Victor, Milestone, Genetec, Wavestore and FLIR - to provide seamless and integrated solutions across a wide range of third-party products and systems. This has led to a series of new products being developed and launched at IFSEC International 2019 in London (stand IF2526, next to 'The Park').
A new intercom with integrated Bluetooth reader, an award-winning emergency notification system and new refuge call points will be among an array of solutions from Castel on show at this year's IFSEC International.
Genetec takes No 1 Global VMS vendor position
Company also retains No 1 position in Americas for the 8th consecutive year, ranks No 2 in EMEA with fastest rate of growth, and continues rapid growth in Asia.
According to a recent report published by business intelligence provider IHS Markit (NASDAQ: INFO), Genetec Inc. a leading technology provider of unified security, public safety, operations, and business intelligence solutions, was named the world's number one vendor of Video Management Systems (VMS). IHS-reported results from 2015-2018 also point to the company sustaining a 24.1% CAGR (compound annual growth rate) for the past 3 years in this category.
Free training with ERA - the smart way
ERA, the UK's leading home security specialist, is offering locksmiths FREE product training on its smartware range to demonstrate how the products should be installed and boost confidence when dealing with customers who request this kind of home security.
Train to gain
Tourist's lucky guess cracks safe code on first try
A Canadian man unlocked a safe that had sat unopened in a small museum for decades, cracking the code on his first try with a lucky guess. Stephen Mills was visiting the Vermilion Heritage Museum with his family when he had a go at opening the iron box "for a laugh".
The museum in the province of Alberta had previously tried numerous times to unlock the old safe - to no avail.Full Story
Hanwha Techwin introduce compact 4 and 8 channel Wisenet NVRs for transport applications
The new vibration-proof Wisenet TRM-410S and TRM-810S NVRs manufactured by Hanwha Techwin are designed to be at the heart of video solutions for transport applications.
With a footprint of just 250mm x 210mm and offering two-way audio communication, the two new robust NVRs are EN50155, EN-50121 and EN-61373 certified. This makes them particularly suitable for deployment on buses and trains where they can be used to record video of passenger activity, as well as video of the road or track ahead, in order to provide evidence of any incidents.
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