In today’s news round-up, Neil Heller discusses the intricate networking standards of PoE in part 6 of his networking basics for security professionals series. On the topic of the US electric grid, Vicki Contavespi looks at regulatory requirements and whether these are sufficient enough to prevent cyber-security hacking. In application news, Airbus Defence and Space has agreed to supply an undisclosed Middle Eastern country with its Z:NightOwl M surveillance system, specifically designed for long-range purposes.

Over in the Far East, Bosch has installed its video surveillance solution system which includes the IP PTZ dome camera and IP dome cameras in the Lotte Centre – a 65 floor skyscraper in Vietnam. Finally, BSIA has announced its success at Intersec 2015 which was held last month in Dubai, with the BSIA-organised UK Pavilion having its highest-ever turnout of UK companies. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, our Expert Panel analyses the importance of looking at the global market when sourcing system components and the reasons for its importance. Also on the topic of global markets, VP of Hunt Electronics John Wu summarises the benefits of sourcing the right OEM/ODM manufacturer, especially for local surveillance companies.

Arjan Bouter looks at the importance of regularly upgrading physical security systems as a must to avoid losing valuable time and data. Looking at transportation applications, Larry Anderson speaks to a number of suppliers on the range of security goals required in order to meet the solutions of a business. In her new article, Vicki Contavespi uncovers the truth on cyber criminals targeting SCADA embedded systems and the high-risk sector for cyber incidents that energy sectors face. Finally, Neil Heller’s latest article in the networking basics for security professionals series looks at how PoE worksRead more security news…

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