The security week that was: 02/27/09

Announcing new changes coming for SecurityInfoWatch.com


We've also made it easier to get to some of the great content that we had added since we originally designed the site. No longer will you have to hunt to find out where to add your events to our calendar, what our next webinar will cover, or what the newest video surveillance product is.

We hope you enjoy the newly reconfigured site when it launches next week, and we hope you'll send us emails (editor@securityinfowatch.com) to tell us about any squeaky floorboards or places where some touch-up paint is needed in our new house. We are committed to providing you a wonderful (and free) source of information, assessment and community, and we are continually honored to have you as our site users and readers. We'll be sending an email to everyone registered for our newsletters to announce the new site when it goes live, but until then, we're going to refill our coffee mugs, put our noses back in the code and finish up some last-minute things.

And some of the week's industry news
…Because lots of things are happening which are more important than our new site

A proposed Nevada law would not protect security researchers investigating deficiencies in RFID system designs. … March Networks has landed the Singapore Land Transport Authority mass transit system as a client for its VideoSphere video management system. … Oklahoma has defended employees' rights to keep guns in their cars which are parked in a company parking lot. … ASIS International has released the names of the ASIS CSO Roundtable advisory board and also established has established a partnership with ISSA. … SDI magazine publisher Carol Enman shares insights from the alarm industry's Barnes Buchanan Conference. … Panasonic and Pelco are working together for video integration. … The AASA released numbers from a broad survey which examines perceptions and priorities in school security. … Former Integral Technologies leaders have purchased the Pelco Intelli-M electronic access control business unit and are now running it as an independent firm, Infinias.