Campus Security & Life Safety Magazine Digital Edition - April 2017

April 2017

  • TRUSTING IDENTITIES ON CONNECTED CAMPUSES
  • SECURING PRESTIGE
  • LEVERAGING IP TECHNOLOGY
  • AN INCREASE IN BOMB THREATS
  • MAKING SCHOOLS MORE SECURE


Making Schools More Secure

Making Schools More Secure

By Sydny Shepard

According to a study published in 2015 by U.S. News and World report, New Jersey High Schools ranked in the top 200 of approximately 20,000 high schools that were considered nationwide.


An Increase In Bomb Threats

An Increase In Bomb Threats

By Scott McGrath

A recent study by the educator’s school safety network notes that “bomb scares” have increased—more than 106 percent in the 2015-16 school year from the 2012-13 school year.


Asset Tracking Keeps Valuables Secure

Asset Tracking Keeps Valuables Secure

By Lindsay Page

The State University of New York and the City University of New York are the public university systems in NY State. The goal is to provide a quality and accessible college education regardless of background or means. New York holds the largest (suny) and 3rd largest (cuny) public university systems in the United States.


Trusting Identities On Connected Campuses

Trusting Identities On Connected Campuses

By Dominic Tavassoli

The best path forward for today’s universities is to systematically replace legacy technology with the latest “One Card” solutions that deliver improved the end-to-end card issuance capabilities and a path to new capabilities and ROI value.


Leveraging IP Technology

Leveraging IP Technology

By Benjamin Bryant

Not long ago, the term “virtual guarding” conjured up images of bargain offerings seeking to reduce the cost of physical security guards by “replacing” manpower with video monitoring.


Higher Education Requires High definition Security

Higher Education Requires High definition Security

By Randy Brem

Like most schools of higher education, the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine (WVSOM) takes the safety of students and faculty very seriously.


Enough With The Threats

By Lindsay Page

By Now, I’m Sure Everyone Has Heard About The Constant And Unnecessary Stream Of Bomb Threats That Jewish Community Centers And Day Schools Have Been Experiencing.


Tips For Designing Integrated Electronic Security Systems For Educational Environments

Tips For Designing Integrated Electronic Security Systems For Educational Environments

By Joshua Herron

Successful implementation of technological solutions requires a thoughtful approach, one that considers the needs of the people who benefit from it.


Securing Prestige

Securing Prestige

By Kim Rahfaldt

Securing a prestigious, historic university that is located in a busy, urban area produces challenges. High expectations by students, parents and staff, combined with today’s security and environmental challenges, demand an exceptional security program.