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Think like a burglar: The keys to better home security
Some of us are a laidback and trusting bunch - and many of us don't have a home security system.
Biometric Mirror: The AI that can detect attractiveness and personality from your photo
The AI displays 14 different characteristics including gender, age, ethnicity, attractiveness – and even weirdness and emotional stability.
MOBOTIX announces new range of video surveillance cameras
MOBOTIX MOVE also is the first MOBOTIX camera range with motorised varifocal lenses, high-speed mechanical Pan-Tilt-Zoom and Speed Domes.
Keep your employees on task with cloud-based desktop surveillance
Controlio is a cloud-based surveillance system that tracks web and application usage on Windows PCs.
Western Digital announces product line geared for AI-powered video surveillance
According to IDC, the amount of big data exabytes generated by surveillance solutions is expected to grow by 25% per year through 2021.
When AI goes rogue - a look into its possible futures
Today’s computers are inherently insecure so they’re a poor choice for high-stakes machine learning systems and AI, according to the EFF.
Hills inks A/NZ distie agreement with Dahua to bolster security offering
Hills says the new agreement will allow them to compete across all security markets, from low cost to enterprise level solutions.
TUV Rheinland helps Dahua Technology's IoT devices to become GDPR-compliant
The agreement will help develop product privacy for products such as IP cameras, network video recorders, software platforms, and intelligent servers.
Milestone Systems predict the future of the surveillance industry - 7 key trends
The company discusses issues around IoT and automation as well as how some integrators might struggle to keep up with the market.
Exclusive Interview: Red Hat on their software-defined storage solution for surveillance
The company says it has alleviated a lot of the cost burdens associated with surveillance storage through its new solution.
Advanced Security brings autonomous surveillance robot to NZ market
The robot is designed to improve safety for human guards by working together and removing humans from dangerous situations.
AU Govt warned to take hard look in mirror after UK 'Snooper's Charter' ruled illegal
This week the UK Court of Appeal ruled that surveillance under the UK Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Act was illegal.
Sydneysiders willing to use tech for reporting non-urgent crimes
Sydneysiders are more than happy to become crime-stoppers, but only if their privacy is maintained in the process.
Frost & Sullivan: IoT security & surveillance sensor market set to flourish
In 2016 the total sensors market in security and surveillance applications reached more than $6.2 million – a number that’s set to double by 2023.
NEC contributes biometric & sensor tech to Singapore public safety trials
The security trials, conducted over a 12-month period, were held both in and near Jurong Island as part of the Safety and Security Industry Programme.
Trend Micro & Vivotek to launch cybersecurity-enhanced IP surveillance products
Taiwan-based Vivotek will launch its new ‘cybersecurity enhanced’ products by the end of January.
Taking the stress out of digital vigilance
Atlas Gentech's Chris Fair outlines the new face of security, and why not being digitally vigilant is cause for serious concern.
Hills new appointments target enterprise and channel growth
Jourdan Garde will return to the company, after a stint at Genetec.
Global ISPs could be complicit in major spyware surveillance program
ISPs could be helping a notorious spyware agent keep track of surveillance targets.
Coalition calls for transparency of Five Eyes intelligence activities
"These sharing arrangements are shrouded in secrecy and shielded from accountability. National oversight bodies perform a critical role."
Ingram Micro Australia has eyes on CCTV market with Dahua deal
Ingram Micro is distributing Dahua in a deal it says enables resellers to offer end-to-end security solutions without needing in-house specialists.
Hi-tech defence provider Saab pledges commitment to APAC
Dean Rosenfield, current managing director of Saab Australia, will take over as head of Market Area Asia Pacific next year.
NordVPN comments on the internet's 28th birthday: 'Why are we still being watched?'
“VPNs are a solution for people to stay private online while the governments realise that a number of recent laws are too intrusive."
Calls for submissions on updates to NZ Search and Surveillance Act 2012
"It’s important that any recommendations for change take the public’s views into account. I encourage anyone with an interest to make a submission."