Safety Concerns At Event Arenas

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On May 22nd of this year, a tragedy occurred in Manchester, England, at the conclusion of an Ariana Grande concert. Similar events have happened in Paris, Colorado, and in our very own backyard last year, at Pulse nightclub in Orlando. These events beg the question: If you are running a large scale venue, what are […]

How Secure is In-Flight WiFi?

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When was the last time you checked your phone? If you’re like most of Americans, you probably pick it up over 2,000 times a day. Whether ranting on social media or catching up with work, we’re constantly connected to the Internet. WiFi has become our best friend. Once upon a time, getting on a flight […]

How To Maximize Your Existing Cyber Security

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We’ve all experienced that sinking feeling in the pit of our stomach when we open a file we received via email, and everything on our computer goes haywire. On a best case scenario, you can do damage control; but it could be costly. On worst case scenario, your system was infected by malware and may […]

How to improve images in Closed Circuit TV

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How fun is it when you’re watching a funny video or a sports recap on YouTube and the screen freezes? Do you automatically assume your computer sucks, or do you think it might be the Internet connection? If you blame the Internet, or your connection to the internet you get points for guessing right. The […]

Using Biometrics in Business Security

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Do you use your thumb print to log into your phone? (Ok. Hang on. Just reread that first sentence and imagine yourself reading this blog in 1995…. Toto, look how far we’ve come). Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary defines biometrics as the analysis of unique physical or behavioral characteristics, such as fingerprints or voice patterns, as a means […]

Facial Recognition: A New Age in Security Technology

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Tom Cruise tends to play hero in high intensity films, such as Top Gun, Mission: Impossible, and Minority Report. In that last one, retina scans were regularly used to gain access into secured spaces. It provided good entertainment. It also made us wonder what the future in technology holds. Hollywood Meets Reality On April 21st, […]

How Hard Is It to Hack Into Your Security System?

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Before owning your own business, did you ever have a job you hated as much as the main character on Office Space hated his? Were you rooting for the “bad guys” when they hacked into their employer’s computer system to make money? Would you hack into someone’s security system, just for fun and giggles? You […]

Smart Equip Your Vacation Home

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Enjoy having a vacation property without the worry with one of the new Smart Home systems.   Many people own vacation homes. According to the National Association of Realtors, there are now more than eight million vacation homes across the country, and sales are rising by 20 to 30 percent each year. Since you don’t live […]