Genetec announces product line-up

IFSEC 2017 During IFSEC in June, Genetec will be exhibiting Security Center 5.6, with new HTML5 web client, as well as previewing access control-as-a-service and new applications for retail and law enforcement. Montreal-based Genetec, which provides open architecture security and public safety solutions, will be at stand F500 at IFSEC taking place at ExCeL in London from 20-22 June. On its stand the company will demonstrate and preview its latest technologies that help integrators as well as end-users protect, improve and implement security measures within their environments.

Genetec will demonstrate Security Center 5.6, the latest version of the company s unified, open architecture IP security platform. Visitors will also be able to learn about Genetec Retail Sense, an analytics application for retail marketing and operations, as well as Genetec Clearance, which is a collaborative case management offering for law enforcement and security professionals. In addition a wide range of supported video, access control, and storage hardware and software systems from the Genetec ecosystem of partners will also be demonstrated. Synergis Genetec plans to offer a preview of its upcoming Synergis access-control-as-a-service, which can minimise reliance on corporate IT, eliminating the need for servers on premises and other costly IT equipment. Connected to Microsoft Azure, the technology can be deployed quickly and readily and can also be scaled as companies grow, providing maximum security for customer data. Genetec will also sponsor a new, speaking series called Borders & Infrastructure Theatre, to address the specific needs for managing large-scale multi-stakeholder security issues, like border control, critical national infrastructure, law enforcement and transport security. Andrew Elvish, vice president of marketing at Genetec says: Visitors to our stand at IFSEC this year will see that despite the extraordinary technology on display, Genetec s focus remains squarely on protecting the everyday. This latest version of Security Center includes advanced authentication, authorisation and encryption standards plus a new HTML5 web client with an enhanced mapping interface, new access control and video device integrations, as well as the ability to use number plates as access control credentials with the new AutoVu SharpV camera. Genetec recently released the latest version of off-street parking enforcement software Free-Flow.

The company has also been confirmed as sponsor of the Borders & Infrastructure Expo, which makes its debut within IFSEC this year. Check out the latest solutions from Genetec at IFSEC International, 20-22 June 2017, London ExCeL. You can find Genetec on stand F500.

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CEDIA advises on smart wiring

Due to today s ever growing reliance on digital and smart appliances, security professionals are facing greater pressure to install complex cabling infrastructures needed to support smart home technology. Simon Buddle, Education Director at CEDIA EMEA, highlights the importance of installing an efficient and secure residential cabling system. He explains how professionals can provide clients with the right cabling requirements for the modern home of today and tomorrow.

Wiring in the evolving smart home Technology is increasingly infiltrating the home. With virtually all household technologies part of the home network, a simple phone line and TV antenna is no longer adequate to support the technology that is now available to homeowners. As a result, many require comprehensive wiring infrastructures and data network systems that are suitable for the modern smart home. In order to prevent opportunists from doing it themselves , it s crucial for security professionals to offer a a service that benefits homeowners. A correctly wired infrastructure at the very first stage of building or renovating is fundamental to homeowners who want technology. A common phrase heard among the home technology industry is the most expensive cable you have to install is the one that did not get installed in the first place . The basis of a smart home is the infrastructure, the cables. Not all properties require technology at this stage. But it is crucial for the correct wiring to be in place so that it is ready for the future.

A wired infrastructure can set up the home for future applications, whilst still preserving the d cor of the home and adding value. The rise of smart wiring presents a great opportunity for security professionals. The home technology sector presents a lucrative opportunity for these professionals to expand their reach and create new business. By offering a more complete service for the home, including specialist services, such as fitting reliable cabling infrastructure, security professionals can guarantee their businesses will be more resilient. It could help them through tough times as they pick up more work from new and existing customers. CEDIA s smart wiring education To make sure security professionals are up-to-date with the latest skills and knowledge, CEDIA has best practice advice for wiring smart homes. CEDIA has a number of courses for those who want to extend their cabling knowledge. One of their most popular education programmes is its one day Smart Home Wiring course. Attendees learn how to plan and install a wireless infrastructure that can withstand and integrate a range of modern technological demands.

Based on the Smart Home Infrastructure Recommended Guidelines , it promises to leave attendees with a clear understanding of how a modern home should be cabled for new technologies, and future flexibility. CEDIA s the Smart Home Infrastructure Recommended Guidelines is perfect for security professionals looking to move into the home technology market or gain a wider understanding of the subject. The document aims to help security professionals understand the comprehensive cabling infrastructure required for the modern home. It sets out a plan for a far more integrated and modern approach to wiring homes. CEDIA at IFSEC CEDIA is hosting a number of training sessions at IFSEC International 2017. The 90 minute training sessions will take place in South Gallery Suite 8 at ExCeL on 20 th and 21 st of June: 20th June: Introduction To Smart Home Technology IP Networking for the Smarthome WiFi Tips & Tricks For The Modern Home Intro to Audio, Video & Home Entertainment 21st June: Introduction To Smart Home Technology Building A Business In The Smart Home Marketplace Panel Discussion Lighting Control For The Secure Home Wiring Infrastructure For The Modern Home For more information on what advice, courses and literature CEDIA can offer security professionals, please visit Be smart come to IFSEC International 2017 The Internet of Things (IoT) is becoming an ever important element of various technology solutions for the smart home. The ability to connect, communicate with, and remotely manage a vast number of networked, automated devices via the internet is now inescapable.

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Lodge Service to showcase Lodgic intelligence network, which slashes loss prevention operating costs

IFSEC International 2017 The Lodgic intelligence network, developed by Lodge Service, will be demonstrated at this year s IFSEC show, taking place June 20-22 at London Excel. The network enables security, facilities and logistics managers to remotely monitor and control an extended range of systems across multiple sites. Applications are varied, ranging from conflict management systems to remotely monitor and protect staff from assault, to alarm response and heating, ventilation and air conditioning controls in buildings and offices.

The Lodgic intelligence network is designed to cut operational costs for loss prevention and facility management by up to 50%, claims Lodge Service, by reduce staffing levels on sites, for example, or by enabling efficiencies in managing round-the-clock appliances like lighting and refrigeration. The Alarm Receiving Centre can despatch and manage on-site security, repair and maintenance teams in response to alarms, protect sites and minimise operational downtime. Lodgic intelligence network allows alarm signal verification and reporting, as well as GPS tracking and remote access control. Most web-enabled systems or services can be supported by the network, with real-time monitoring and alerts sent to smartphones, tablets or other devices. The Lodgic team will be on hand at IFSEC to answer visitors questions about the technology, including connectivity, compatibility and testing questions. IFSEC International takes place between 20-22 June 2017, London ExCeL. You can find them on stand C1030. Get your free badge now. Visit Europe s leading security event in June 2017 Visit IFSEC International for exclusive access to every security product on the market, live product demonstrations and networking with thousands of security professionals.

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Trial of passive infrared sensors deemed a success

OPTEX A trial of outdoor, wireless passive infrared sensors (PIRS) could lead to more deployments in residential security applications. OPTEX has been working with Wolverhampton-based Amron Security to protect an isolated residential property in the west Midlands countryside in the UK. As the home is exposed on all four sides by main roads and fields, the owner was concerned the property, including detached garages, would be a target for intruders.

Paul Bishop, contracts manager and senior installer at Amron Security, showed initial scepticism when OPTEX proposed using wireless PIRS technology. He says: As an installer I feel more comfortable using outdoor sensors only when alarms can be visually verified remotely, as it is far from ideal for false or nuisance alarms to trigger with no possibility for verification. However, I haven t experienced any false alarm problems with these outdoor PIRS, which have performed flawlessly. According to Bishop the technology has performed to such a high standard that Amron Security has started specifying OPTEX s sensors at further sites. Since the installation in 2016 there has not been a single false alarm. Paul Bishop, contracts manager and senior installer, Amron Security The PIRS specified by OPTEX include five of its VXI-R and two FTN-R sensors. They have some of the lowest false alarm rates and highest detection rates in the industry. Both types are battery-operated detectors that wirelessly connect to a Ricochet-enabled alarm panel via OPTEX s pre-configured and pre-connected Ricochet-enabled wireless transmitter, the BGR-01, which is fitted into the back of each sensor. The VXI-R sensors have a 12m wide angle of detection, while the FTN-R sensors provide a shorter detection range in a curtain-like pattern.

Combining the two variants optimises the level of security defence around a property. All of the tamper-proof sensors are equipped with OPTEX s latest analytics programming that includes small animal tolerance and enhanced weather protection to avoid false alarms. The battery life is around three years. Amron Security maintains the sensors and provides a remote monitoring service. Since the installation in 2016 there has not been a single false alarm, says Bishop. OPTEX is a Japan-headquartered global supplier of security detectors based on IR, for indoor and outdoor applications. Check out the latest security solutions from OPTEX at IFSEC International, 20-22 June 2017, London ExCeL. You can find them on stand E600. Get your free badge now.

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Genetec integrates gunshot detection into Security Center

integration Genetec, the provider of open architecture software, hardware and cloud-based solutions for security and public safety, has integrated ShotSpotter gunshot detection technology from SST Inc into its unified IP security platform, Security Center. By integrating real-time video and data related to gunshot incidents within its IP security platform, Genetec can help reduce emergency response time. The integration, which will be available from the second quarter of 2017, enables law enforcement officers and security teams gain better tactical intelligence, allowing them to get to the exact scene of the incident faster, stay safer and have the ability to engage the shooter, interview witnesses and collect key evidence.

Police officers that are first on the scene in response to gunshot incidents say that typically in these situations it is difficult to ascertain where precisely the gunshot came from and whether the gunfire was still occurring. This creates uncertainties that put police and communities at risk in such situations. Maximal awareness This integration is beneficial for many of our customers who require maximal awareness during emergency situations, said Bob Carter, business development manager at Genetec Inc. Their security operators can now react faster to gunshot incidents and get access to video and metadata surrounding the event. We believe that this technology can greatly improve the safety of communities, and ultimately save lives. ShotSpotter uses wide-area acoustic surveillance automatically activated when gunfire occurs, providing comprehensive outdoor coverage on campuses and in complex urban geographies. The technology, which combines sensors and cloud-based analysis software, is able to triangulate and pinpoint the precise location of each round fired within seconds, the number of shots fired and provide an immediate gunfire alert with an audio clip. The data is immediately sent to SST s Incident Review Center (IRC), a secure data processing and alert validation facility. Here, acoustics experts analyse the data and qualify the incident in real-time.

Once validated, an alert is sent directly to Security Center, in under a minute. Once the alarm is triggered within Security Center upon gunshot detection, operators can quickly access video and other related data surrounding the location of a gunshot alert, and immediately visualise it on maps in the software. Pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) cameras are instantly pointed at the gunshot location, and bookmarks are automatically created on the Security Center timeline. Operators can then follow shooter events in real-time through the map interface and live video to make informed decisions. Security Center is also able to display relevant metadata on the map, such as type of gunshot, number of rounds, address and so on. Genetec also recently expanded its access control platform with SimonsVoss e-locks. Check out the latest solutions from Genetec at IFSEC International, 20-22 June 2017, London ExCeL. You can find Genetec on stand F500. Get your free badge now.

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CES 2017: The top 5 trends in security tech

CES 2017: The Top 5 Trends In Security Tech

As CES 2017 closes its doors for another year, let s take a look at some of the trends apparent on the show floor this time around.

1. Is the IoT industry finally taking cyber vulnerabilities seriously? The sharks have smelled the blood in the water and they re now circling to use your IoT device for further attacks, James Lyne, global head of security research for Sophos, told CNBC.

Chances are right now if you re buying an Internet of Things device, you re more likely to be buying something insecure, than secure, continued Lyne, who has demonstrated on YouTube how to hack a security camera. Ominous words indeed. With the number of IoT devices projected to grow from 12 billion to about 30 billion by 2020, the vectors of cyber attack are multiplying faster than cyber security professionals (of whom there are all too few) can keep up with. Security is little more than an afterthought on too many devices, with criminals able to guess default usernames and passwords by trawling Google. If this year s CES was anything to go by, the industry may belatedly be waking up to the threat. The consequences of a hacked autonomous car are particularly terrifying. Enter Bosch, which has launched a mixture of keyless entry and digital key sharing. Perfectly Keyless, whereby the owner opens or locks the car doors with their smartphone, purports to removes needless complexity that could be exploited by hackers and coordinate transmission and receipt of data through a central gateway on its own servers. As for the smart home, Symantec Norton unveiled what it claims is the most secure router in the world.

If that s the most relevant insight about the product if the claim stands up to scrutiny then the most fascinating one to non-technophiles at any rate is surely its appearance. A geodesic orb, it looks like it could be an object of portentous power in a sci-fi fantasy film. Core will inspect every packet of data for known malware and will automatically quarantine any device running firmware known to be a security risk. Securifi, meanwhile, launched a mobile app that works with the new Almond 3 router that shows what IoT devices are on a home network and highlights vulnerabilities like easy to guess passwords or open ports. The app will take users through the steps to fix security weaknesses. The next-generation of Bitdefender BOX was unveiled. Bitdefender s IoT security hardware protects against malware, hackers, ransomware, phishing and other online threats with data anonymization, malware scanning, machine-learning algorithms and network intrusion prevention technology. Fortress Cyber Security launched Fortress UTM, a residential unified threat management (UTM) appliance. Securing both computers and internet of things (IoT) systems, it s the first solution of its type, providing intrusion detection and prevention, firewall and anti-virus for all Wi-Fi and IoT/Ethernet attached systems, seeks to combat the growing threat of data theft, ransomware, distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks and the commandeering of corporate IT resource to distribute stolen content or host and distribute sexually explicit material.

2. Developers will literally put a chip in anything When microwave ovens became popular in the 1980s many people got so excited they cooked literally anything and everything in them from bacon to whole chickens (no doubt many people still do) and were egged on by ostensibly authoritative cookbooks dedicated to the art of microwave cooking. The still fairly novel concept of connecting everyday objects to the internet has set loose a comparable mania for applying the IoT concept as widely as possible.

From homeware to clothing and personal accessories, no thing is too humdrum that someone hasn t already put a computer chip in it or eventually will. For every transformative invention there are countless downright daft ones it s very much about throwing the proverbial mud against the proverbial wall at this juncture. Twenty years from now we ll look back and marvel at a handful of technologies that had a profound impact on reducing drudgery and enhancing our leisure times. And then we ll consider the smart hairbrush (something the satirical account @theinternetofshit has already railed against). Or the smart suitcase cover. It will be fascinating to see which ones sink without a trace (later to re-emerge on what were they thinking? type TV programmes), which ones sell well and which ones have a meaningful impact on society. And it probably isn t as obvious which ones fall into which category as you might think.

3. Cameras are king just as in the commercial security world Walk around any major security trade show and CCTV cameras still dominate.

The emergence of video analytics and ever higher resolutions have sustained interest in cameras long after countries like the UK reached saturation point with network camera coverage. Now surveillance cameras have been repackaged for the consumer market they re eclipsing other security technologies in terms of media coverage and number of products launched there too. Trawl Google, Twitter and other platforms for CES 2017 related security tech and cameras and you ll see what I mean.

4. Camera-light combos If cameras are king then one type of camera in particular has been particularly apparent this year: the surveillance camera-cum-lamp or floodlight. Light bulb maker Bell & Wyson is unveil;ed a light bulb with a concealed camera embedded at CES 2017. The low energy (11W) LED bulb-cum-camera has a TF slot and two-way microphone and will stream footage to tablets and smartphones via Wi-Fi. Ring also launched an outdoor floodlight camera. A motion-activated security camera the Floodlight Cam features built-in 3K lumen LED floodlights, a 270-degree field-of-view, facial recognition, a 110-decibel siren alarm, two-way audio and infrared night vision. The camera, which is hardwired and can be installed without professional help, is controlled via Wi-Fi via an iPhone or Android-based smartphone. The camera also incorporates a siren, which the householder can turn on to deter suspicious persons. Users can also yell out would-be intruders through the Floodlight Cam s loudspeaker.

The camera is weatherproof and can cope with temperatures between -5 F (-20 C) and 120 F (48 C).

5. DIY install For installers home automation meant installing high spec systems for very affluent customers or technophiles who could stretch to the high cost. The falling cost of the technology means this is changing, but just as a new opportunity presents itself, another threat becomes apparent. Most kit can be installed by the user and doing so is only becoming easier. So why shell out for professional installers or pay monthly fees for round the clock monitoring? Thankfully, as far as installers are concerned, mostcustomers still prefer a professional service to one they set up and monitor by themselves, surveys have indicated. Among the reasons this is still the case is lower insurance rates.

To stay relevant installers should allow homeowners more freedom to customize systems with the devices and services they really want, else they lose more customers to the DIY market, according to Bryn Huntpalmer.

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5 trends in IoT and smart tech from 2016 so far

Shrinking computer chips, exponential growth in processing power and improvements in broadband speeds have driven a wave of innovation in the security industry. Smart tech and the internet of things (IoT) are also bringing video surveillance, electronic access control and digital smoke alarms into the home. But if drones, remote monitoring and integrated systems create new opportunities for boosting security, they can be harnessed by criminals and terrorists to undermine it too.

And with ever more systems and things connected to the internet and to one another the vectors of attack for cyber criminals are also multiplying. Here are five observations about the security implications of recent IoT and smart tech innovation. Drones, spheres and virtual reality: video surveillance moves beyond the bullet/dome and traditional control room The Sensorsphere, which was launched at CES 2016 in Las Vegas, is a spherical surveillance camera for the consumer market that moves by shifting its centre of gravity. Controlled remotely via smartphone its mobility negates the need for having a camera in every room. You may, of course, need two or more Sensorspheres unless you live in a bungalow, with the camera presumably suffering the same limitation that hindered Dr Who s arch-nemeses, the Daleks. LG showcased its own spherical camera at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in February. The Next Web s Owen Williams included Magic Bot Ball in his 9 worst Internet of Things junk at Mobile World Congress, so time will tell whether rolling cameras (not in the traditional sense of the word) have any real utility for consumers. Drone-mounted cameras, meanwhile, can for the first time offer security services and professionals a birds-eye view. The Surveillance Camera Code of Practice will apply to surveillance drones (watch out for the Drone Zone at IFSEC in June 2017), according to Kishor Mistry, head of policy and support at the Office of the Surveillance Camera Commissioner.

Optical imaging pioneer ImmerVision (an IFSEC exhibitor), which develops drone cameras, launched 360-degree panomorph front-facing cameras at the MWC. The captured footage can be viewed and shared not just on tablet and TV but also on head-mounted display devices like Oculus Rift. This raises the remarkable prospect of CCTV operators donning virtual reality headsets. Could the traditional control room whose bank-of-screens layout has barely changed in decades be set for a dramatic overhaul? embedded content Complacency abounds around cyber security even in the tech industry Avast scored a PR coup at the MWC when it exposed the naivety and/or complacency of around 2,000 tech-savvy attendees and exhibitors. That s how many connected to the rogue wireless access points set up by the makers of the world s most widely-used antivirus solution. Using broadcasting SSIDs like Starbucks, Airport_Free_Wifi_AENA and MWC Free WiFi Avast also logged more than eight million data packets and could identify which sites were being visited. Cyber security has risen up the agenda of physical security professionals too. Recent research from cloud-based surveillance company Cloudview found that both traditional DVR-based systems and cloud-based systems were vulnerable to cyber attacks.

During tests five routers, DVRs and IP cameras running the latest software were connected to the internet. One device was breached within minutes, while another two fell under the control of an unknown attacker within 24 hours. A fourth became unstable and completely inoperable. Biometric scanners more fallible than you think Many people assumed including this writer that authenticating identity through the intricate, unique pattern of lines that comprise your fingerprint would be a much harder system to cheat than cards, fobs or pin codes. Not necessarily, as President of Chinese mobile security firm Vkansee, Jason Chaikin, demonstrated at the MWC. So what was the ingenious technology that beat biometrics? Play Doh. Yes, the children s modelling clay invented in 1955 and made out of flour, water, salt, boric acid and mineral oil. Chaikin created a mould of his fingerprint into which he pressed Play-Doh.

To the crowd s astonishment he then fooled the iPhone s fingerprint scanner with the resulting mould. One would assume that expensive biometric systems installed at nuclear plants or pharmaceutical labs would be rather harder to cheat. Let s hope so. This year also saw the showcasing of an iris-authenticated ATM machine at CES. Possessing neither a screen nor pin-code buttons, the innovation promises to reduce by one the countless passwords and pin codes the average person must now remember. embedded content Smart-home challenges remain With high speed Wi-Fi now the norm, powerful smartphones ubiquitous and internet-connectable gadgets proliferating, the smart-home market appears to be blooming. And yet. Until problems around usability, reliability and interoperability are resolved, home automation will remain the reserve of the affluent and, like the internet in its early days, technophiles. Anything that confuses the consumer will be a barrier, Michael Philpott, principal analyst at technology research firm Ovum, told the BBC.

Consumers are only going to buy into the smart home if it makes their life much better or much cheaper. We re not there yet. Switching the lights on and off, for example, is traditionally a simple task. To many consumers smart lighting, dependent on learning algorithms to develop preferences and a digital interface prone to bugs, simply introduces complexity and hassle to their lives. Nest Labs recently undermined consumer trust in IoT devices when it pulled the plug on its Revolv Smart Hub, leaving customers who paid $300 with a useless device that will no longer turn their lights on and off or trigger geofenced automations. Having a device rendered useless because of a shutdown in cloud service highlights the need for open standards in IoT devices, said Cesare Garlati, chief security strategist for the prpl Foundation. Fire-Safety products no longer security s poor relation for innovation Constrained by prescriptive, slow-changing regulations fire technology has generally evolved at a glacial pace. But the IoT trend has unleashed a wave of innovation in fire, smoke and carbon monoxide detection. There has been very little innovation in the smoke alarm industry over the past 50 years, both in terms of user experience and the technology inside, Nest Labs general manager for Europe Lionel Paillet recently told IFSEC Global.

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