Electronic Surveillance

Electronic surveillance is the use of cameras and other technologies to monitor a physical location or to track a person or group of people. Often, electronic surveillance refers to guarding a data center or other sensitive area. The sector has changed drastically as video has gone from analog to digital. The use of IP networks makes it much easier to find a target -- a red car parked outside the data center, for instance - in a day's worth of video. IP also enables data to be disseminated instantaneously.


Articles

The New Face of Data Security Professionals: Women

A new report states that women possess the communication skills and diverse academic backgrounds needed to bolster security performance in the enterprise. More >

Phone Fraud on the Rise: Report

Pindrop Security claims that call centers are losing $0.57 per call due to fraud. More >

IPv6 Presents Opportunities and Risks

IPv6 promises improved network performance and better Internet accessibility, but many security experts say the standard also creates new dangers. More >

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Interviews

IAPP’s New Privacy Certification Addresses Emerging Landscape

New privacy threats and concerns have created the opportunity for IT professionals to fill a crucial role within the organization. A new cert addresses the need.

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Making VDI More Secure

Don't ignore these potentially serious vulnerabilities.

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Data at Home and in the Cloud

Cloud means that an enterprise must trust a service provider to provide controls at a physical and infrastructure layer, but logical controls can remain the same.

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Business performance information for strategic and operational decision-making

SOA

SOA uses interoperable services grouped around business processes to ease data integration

Data Warehousing

Data warehousing helps companies make sense of their operational data

Editor's Choice

2015 Wearable Tech Trends: Swank Meets Science

Security Staffing

Tech companies and fashion designers both seem to agree that the wearables of tomorrow will likely be fashion that incorporates technology instead of the other way around.

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Salesforce.com Unifies File Access Across the Cloud

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Apigee Bolsters API Analytics

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