Adam Bannister

Editor, IFSEC Global

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Adam Bannister was Editor of IFSEC Global from 2014 through to November 2019. Adam is also a former Managing Editor at Dynamis Online Media Group.
August 9, 2019

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IFSEC 2019

WATCH: Vanderbilt on delivering all-round security solutions with ComNet

David Sullivan, president at Vanderbilt, spoke to IFSEC TV at IFSEC International 2019 – watch the interview below.

Vanderbilt and sister company ComNet – both are owned by Acre LLC – collaborated on the same stand at the annual integrated security event to showcase customer journey ‘value adds’.

Vanderbilt is an integrated manufacturer of access control, intrusion detection and video management solutions. ComNet is a manufacturer of audio, video, data and Ethernet communication products, including for the security market.

Vanderbilt’s award-winning access control and intrusion detection portfolio includes ACT Enterprise, ACT365, SPC and SPC Connect. Working together with ComNet it can support customers with products and services including hardened Ethernet, commercial Ethernet, extended Ethernet, wireless Ethernet, optical interfaces and power systems.

Vanderbilt and ComNet offer all-round solutions including warehousing and distribution channels, in-country engineering, technical and sales support teams, both online and offline orders, returns and repairs, plus training support.

‘Secure by Default’ in the Age of Converged Security: Insights from IFSEC 2019

From data security to the risks and opportunities of artificial intelligence, the conversations at IFSEC International shape future security strategies and best practices. This eBook brings you exclusive insights from these conversations, covering:

  • A Global Political and Security Outlook from Frank Gardner OBE
  • Surveillance Camera Day: Tony Porter launches ‘Secure by Default’ requirements for video surveillance systems
  • Using Drones to Secure the Future
  • Autonomous Cars and AI: Relocating human incompetence from drivers to security engineers?
  • The Ethical and Geopolitical Implications of AI and Machine Learning

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