Internet of Things


For connected home and residential service providers, smart locks open doors to new opportunities

With trusted global brands such as Yale, Mul-T-Lock, TESA, FAB, Vachette and KESO, ASSA ABLOY has the largest and most advanced range of residential smart locks on the market. Read More

How is smart technology making businesses more safe and secure?

From remote locking and monitoring to the deployment of drones as airborne CCTV, Guy Brewer of Door Controls Direct examines what 'smart' security means. Read More

Best of both worlds: Why an IoT that is both open and secure should be a right, not a privilege

Brian McGuigan, sales director (Europe) of smart city solutions at Silver Spring Networks, talks about delivering security at a city-wide scale, the merits of an open, adaptable and future-fit network and your right to best-in-class IoT. Read More

How home security is transitioning from a traditional ‘passive’ model to an interactive paradigm

The professional security market is a mature and stable industry with a proven business model that has successfully worked for […] Read More

Access control in the connected workplace 2017

IFSEC Global has surveyed hundreds of security professionals, facility managers and building owners/managers across 54 countries to ascertain just how integrated with one another smart building technologies are in a range of building types, from offices to industrial premises. Read More

HID Global expands IoT services for asset management and equipment monitoring

HID Global has added item management to its location services and has launched new condition monitoring services that analyse equipment performance. Read More

Kitemark standard would be a progressive step towards strengthening IoT security

Rob Norris, VP head of enterprise & cyber security EMEIA at Fujitsu, reflects on the findings of Symantec's Internet Security Threat Report 2017. Read More

“The ‘security of security’ is our top priority in the IoT era”

Cybersecurity is a pressing priority for Genetec, just announced as sponsor of the Borders & Infrastructure Expo at IFSEC 2017. We spoke to their sales engineering manager, EMEA and APAC, Simon Cook, about their efforts to stiffen cyber resilience not just in their own systems, but connected third-party devices too. Read More

US regulator and healthcare sector fear medical device hacks

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and medical device makers are expecting more hacking attacks, according to an in-depth piece published by The Hill. Read More

Access control in the Asia-Pacific 2017: Legacy infrastructure, innovation and the Internet of Things

IFSEC Global surveyed hundreds of security professionals to gauge the capabilities of access-control infrastructure across the Asia-Pacific and demand for the latest generation of technologies. Read More



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Download: A Technical Guide to Fire Detection and Alarm Systems

The video surveillance report 2017

IndigoVision CCTV case study: Thorpe Park resort

IndigoVision CCTV case study: Birmingham Airport

Securing UK borders: An examination of the implications of leaving the EU for UK border management

Case study: England’s oldest school installs HD surveillance solution from IDIS

The security drones report 2017

Access control in the connected workplace 2017