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What is Your Mean Time to Innocence

If you’re responsible for physical security, then you might be familiar with the concept of “mean time to innocence”.  It’s an IT term that highlights how the network is often blamed for problems, and how the IT team needs to quickly get to the real root cause in order to show that the network is “innocent”.  Same thing happens in physical security; for example, if video is not recording properly it often is blamed on the camera device when the root cause may be an issue with storage. 

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What I Learned at Campus Safety Conference

This past week I was fortunate to attend the Campus Safety Conference in Las Vegas as a sponsor,...

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This past Thursday evening Viakoo participated in a great event hosted by CapitolSec 2020 in...

Digital Twins – Secure Enough For Security?

Because they model a part of the real world, “digital twins” are quickly becoming important...

How Available is Your Security?

All too often a massive amount of effort is put into specifying, negotiating, and installing a...

Convergence is Back with a Vengeance

A few years ago at physical security industry conferences the word I heard the most was...

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The European General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) have been in effect for some time now –...

Automating Lifecycle Management of IP-Based Physical Security Systems

As the physical security industry has transitioned from analog to IP-based systems, several...

Are You Automating Camera Firmware Updates? You Should.

The now infamous Target data breach was transacted by malware being placed on the HVAC system...
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