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Axis launches small business line

Axis Communications’ Companion line is designed to work out of the box with minimal set-up and comprises only a handful of products to promote ease-of-use >> Read full article

Tyco to offer cyber protection program

The program takes a holistic approach, from product development to customer delivery, and includes Tyco’s Software House, American Dynamics and Illustra lines >> Read full article

HID Global unveils mobile initiative

Company executives announced several major programs that affect everything from mobile ID credentials to Cloud-based access >> Read full article

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Intel exec: IoT devices are a breeding ground for hacks

Intel exec: IoT devices are a breeding ground for hacks

Matthew Rosenquist, Intel's cyber security strategist, painted a pretty bleak picture of the cyber-security landscape during an education session at ISC West. “Ransomware is going to be the bane of our existence this year," he predicted. The number of Internet-connected devices has skyrocketed and cyber security threats are multiplying. There is more data (and more valuable data), more devices and greater adoption of the Cloud. Also, cyber attacks are often successful and highly lucrative >> Learn More…


DragonFly offers hybrid DIY home security model

With Honeywell’s DragonFly service, users can order a kit online, install it themselves and have it monitored by a central station. Dealers never touch the product but collect RMR >> Read full article

Leading people to the Cloud: Q&A with Feenics' Sam Shalaby

Ottawa-based Feenics, the maker of a Cloud-based access control solution called Keep, announced a partnership with Schneider Electric >> Read full article

OpenEye showcases web services platform

The new web services platform introduced at ISC West enables video to be stored locally while still accessible from the Cloud >> Read full article

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Bridge for wireless cameras

Bridge for wireless cameras

The Eagle Eye Bridge 304w is an on-premise bridge appliance that connects both wireless and wired cameras to the Eagle Eye Cloud Data Center, as part of the Eagle Eye Security Camera Video Management System (VMS). It provides an integrated wireless access point to minimize wireless camera security vulnerability. This encrypted dedicated wireless access point is used exclusively for the cameras. The wireless Eagle Eye Bridge 304w supports up to 15 high definition IP cameras, of which six can be wireless. It works with wireless and wired cameras from a range of manufacturers, including wireless cameras from Axis, Bosch, and Hikvision >> Learn more...

 Event Calendar 

ADI Expo

Date: April 19, 2016
Location: Edmonton >> More Info

Security Canada East

Location: Laval, QC
Date: April 20, 2016 >> More Info

ADI Expo

Date: April 22, 2016
Location: Calgary >> More Info

BICSI 2016 Canadian Conference & Exhibition

Date: May 1-5, 2016
Location: Scotiabank Convention Centre, Niagara Falls, ON >> More Info