Though DMV and DOT breaches aren’t exceedingly common – over the last 15 years, 235,000 drivers have been affected – they can have a large impact on privacy and confidence.
In today’s higher education landscape, the collection, appreciation, and usage of data and analytics is not only necessary, it is essential.
Higher education institutions suffering from ransomware attacks is nothing new. However, as institutions shift to distance learning, the attack surface is much greater, giving malicious actors greater opportunity.
Evolv Technology, the human security pioneer, today announced it has been selected as a winner of BostInno’s Inno On Fire for 2020 awards, earning “Blazer” status in the Security Tech category.
Evolv Technology Lauded by Frost & Sullivan for its AI-powered Touchless Threat Detection Technology,...
In addition to detecting weapons, Evolv Express™' ability to detect body temperature makes it an ideal tool to optimize safety measures and ensure minimum person-to-person interaction.
In the wake of COVID-19, colleges and universities across the U.S. have embraced virtual and hybrid learning to combat the spread of the virus and protect students and staff.
In many ways, Hershey lives up to its billing as America’s sweetest town.
Luxury Residence Leverages Smart Package Room® to Automatically Assign and Notify of Package Arrival While Computer Vision Ensures Fast, Accurate and Safe Retrieval
Brendan Groves shares how drones have both posed a threat to national security and has also done wonders to help people.
Seemingly overnight, the landscape of commerce, hospitality and retail changed in 2020. According to a study conducted by FreedomPay, U.S. eCommerce has seen “10 years of growth in just three months.” The simple art of...
By being prepared for any number of crises and critical events, you can ensure that your response is efficient and effective, allowing you to be agile and swift in real time and to resolve challenges...
Construction projects, especially those that are large-scale, can take a long time to complete. They can also be similar in nature as to how they operate; whether they are road construction, a residential development, or...
On the Digital Threshold podcast, industry leaders will provide insights regarding how modern venues and facilities are reimagining the arrival experience – and how innovations are elevating that journey.
Bringing together leaders, lawmakers and lawbreakers, The Trust Revolution dissects how trust is established, shared and challenged as we enter the next great technological revolution.
As the global pandemic extends into the fall, it’s clear that most schools and universities will continue to rely on online instruction in the near term. However, although online instruction can help minimize health risks,...
Hosts Carlos Vargas, Howard Holton and Paul Lewis break down how LEGO®️ and IT projects have more in common that you might think.
Cybersecurity continues to be top of mind in new ways that we might not have considered during “normal” times. One area that needed our attention then and now is vendor management.
The virtual shift brought on by COVID-19 comes with many unique challenges, and one of the most concerning is ensuring optimal online learning security across new and emerging technologies.
In today’s climate and as reopening continues in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, many public spaces, corporations, schools and more may wish to add temperature screening capabilities to their standard security protocol.
Recent industry insights show that 75 percent of US schools plan to operate via a completely remote or hybrid learning model this school year, and 80 percent either have purchased or plan to purchase additional devices.
Boon Edam’s Marketplace Profile at GSX+ features information about a new physical security solution, the Speedlane Compact optical turnstile
The race to buy Gen Z’s favorite social media app, TikTok, has been front and center in the past few weeks. Finally, TikTok’s Chinese parent company, ByteDance, struck a deal with Oracle after turning down...
Fifty-two percent of K-12 educators in the U.S. say their school has not warned them about the dangers of ransomware as they scale remote learning.
Guy Sereff warns that as COVID-19 forced countless office workers to work in their homes, that new issues relating to digital privacy and security are arising.