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Georgia Southern Ensures Swift Secure Access At Recreation Center

Georgia Southern Ensures Swift Secure Access At Recreation Center

Boon Edam Trilock Side Gates are used on the other side of the main desk for dedicated egress, including access for those with special needs or the passage of dollies or carts.

Educational Collaboration

Educational Collaboration

It is no secret that the occurrence of violence in schools is a very real-world concern. A growing number of incidents in K-12 schools as well as on college campuses have made going to school more of a safety concern than a pain.



Sure Evacuation With RFID

Sure Evacuation With RFID

The greatest nightmare of an evacuation coordinator is to finish the evacuation before all employees reach the assembly point. Such disasters can be prevented with RFID UHF technology because it gives complete knowledge on the location of every person that needs to be evacuated at any time of the work day.

Streamlining Todays Campuses

Streamlining Today's Campuses

As K-12 and higher education campuses work diligently to advance security measures in the wake of increased risk across the nation, more administrations are searching for ways to make smart capital investments.

Preventing A Major Attack

Preventing A Major Attack

Many USB thumb drives being used on campuses today could be generously classified as BYOD, but many of these can be infected with malware and viruses that can adversely affect the entire college network.

What Wannacry Taught Us About The Importance Of Healthcare IT Security

The recent WannaCry ransomware attacks compromised an estimated 200,000 systems across 150 countries, including the United Kingdom’s National Health Service system. This breach came uncomfortably close to a life-or-death situation when 16 hospitals were unable to access patient data and diverted ambulances to other facilities.

Innovation and Sustainability Showcased at ASIS

Innovation and Sustainability Showcased at ASIS

Securitron displayed several eco-friendly products at the show, while Adams Rite unveiled their new cutting-edge exit devices.

Traka Announces Integration with Open Options’ DNA Fusion Software

Traka Announces Integration with Open Options’ DNA Fusion Software

The new software can be used in retail, K-12, higher education, warehouse management, and more.

Great Campus Security Solutions at ASIS

Great Campus Security Solutions at ASIS

Last week at ASIS, several companies had great products for the Campus Security vertical. Here are just a few of the best items we saw while attending the show.

See Something, Say Something: Securing Campus Environments with People and Technology

See Something, Say Something: Securing Campus Environments with People and Technology

As security technology and human engagement continue to intersect, it is imperative that campus security professionals make a conscious effort to refine their security procedures

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  • Convergint Gives Back Globally, Celebrates 23rd Annual Social Responsibility Day

    Today, Convergint celebrates its 23rd Annual Convergint Social Responsibility Day, as nearly 10,000 colleagues across 220 global locations have the opportunity to spend the workday giving back to their local communities. This year’s efforts have resulted in a total payroll donation of more than $3 million and more than $500,000 in labor and equipment donations from Convergint colleagues, partners, and families. Additionally, 400 colleagues and partners will help complete the company’s largest STEP Up project to-date for the Douglas County School District in Castle Rock, Colorado. Read Now

  • 2024 Secure Campus Award Winners Announced

    Campus Security Today is pleased to announce the 2024 Secure Campus Award winners. Twenty-six companies are being recognized this year for products that help keep education and business campuses safe. Read Now

  • Making Safety and Security Intrinsic to School Design

    Public anxieties about school safety are escalating across the country. According to a 2023 Gallup report, 44% of parents fear for their child’s physical safety at school, a 10 percentage-point increase since 2019. Unfortunately, these fears are likely to increase if the incidence of school tragedies continues to mount. As a result, school leaders are now charged with two non-negotiable responsibilities. The first, as always, is to ensure kids have what they need to learn, grow, and thrive. Sadly, their second responsibility is to keep the children in their care safe from threats and physical danger. Read Now

  • Unlocking Peace of Mind

    In a perfect world, every school would have an unlimited budget to help secure their schools. In reality, schools must prioritize what budget they have while navigating the complexities surrounding school security and lockdown Read Now

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