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What you need to know about PTZ Cameras

Let’s talk about security for your home and office. Yes, we know we need to protect our network, we install anti-virus and set up firewalls. But what about camera security?. This is where the PTZ camera comes into play due to not only their high-quality video footage but their ability to Pan Tilt and Zoom which give their usage much more functionality than your ordinary camera. The head parts of the cameras can rotate in different directions, have a tilt mechanism and an optical 20x zoom PTZ camera function. Cameras can be controlled manually or automatically. This also helps reduce the number of cameras that are required to capture multiple angles.
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Security in the cloud-based technology

Over the years, there have been giant leaps in technology, allowing many industries to advance their systems, including the security industry. The latest security technologies are substantially helping to plug the gaps in security and intercept hackers before they can access sensitive data. Thanks to top technologies, cloud-based systems, and...
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5 Real-Life Uses For NFC Technology

Near Field Communication (NFC) is one of those technologies that seemed to have snuck into society. I am not sure how that happened but it just seems to be everywhere doing all sorts of things. You might know it as Tap-And-Go where you simply touch your phone or a card...

Stop scanning QR Codes!

We are used to seeing QR everywhere. When we rent an e-bike we scan a QR code. In stores, we can scan the code to make a payment. Alongside city landmarks, there are codes that provide information about the area’s history. So it’s no wonder that over 20million people...

Why do you need SCA to mitigate the Log4j flaw?

By now, I am sure you have heard about Log4j and the serious vulnerability that allows attackers to carry on attacks without user credentials, gaining remote access to secure systems and sensitive data. Log4j is such a popular open-source library that is used by thousands of well-known applications to provide...

5 things you can do with your USB Flash Drive

When was the last time you used a USB flash drive for anything other than swapping movies and music with your friends?. And how many of you don’t use a USB at all, and have a couple stashed in the drawer with old CDs and Blackberry cables?. Yet unlike...

What Is an SSL Certificate, And How Does It Work?

You know that little padlock you see whenever you got a website? What does that mean exactly and how does that protect you and your data?. An SSL certificate is a digital certificate that verifies the identity of a website and allows secure communication. Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) is a security protocol that establishes a secure connection between a web server and a web browser.

How To Break Into The Cybersecurity World

Ransomware. Viruses. Malware. Hacking. Data Leaks. We hear these buzzwords constantly as of course we are doing more and more online and so it makes sense that the “bad guys” are moving their operations online too. Therefore, if you have an interest in cybersecurity, you have probably considered...

How can you protect yourself against Ransomware?

Every 11 seconds, someone, somewhere in the world suffers from a devastating ransomware attack. By the time you read this sentence, at least 1 organization would have been targeted by cybercriminals for extortion money. Is this an endless loop of getting hacked, paying ransom, and again getting hacked? When will...

12 Gmail Tips Everyone Should Know in 2021

Gmail is one of the most popular email services globally: it has more than 1.8 billion active users. Its popularity doesn’t come as a surprise: It’s Google’s free email, is powerful, and includes free storage. But it’s also easy to get lost in it. Gmail’s interface has so many features...

Powerful Chrome Extensions I Best You Don’t Know About

When Chrome Extensions joined us in our browsing adventures, they seemed like a catch-all for everything the browser didn’t offer. From adding volume sliders to music webpages to getting hotlinks to download a video. But let’s be honest, extensions aren’t the most exciting thing. They usually work as shortcuts to...

5 steps you must take BEFORE updating to Windows 11

Remember when a Microsoft employee was famously quoted out of context saying that the Windows 10 would be the last version of their flagship OS? Well, today we have Windows 11 knocking on our door – so are you going to let Windows 11 in or are you going to wait a while BEFORE updating?

What causes your hard drive to crash?

Everything we do is stored on our computer’s hard drive. Be it installing a new application, setting up a new game, or simply saving our documents. Bits of data are constantly being saved and read from the hard drive. However, hard drives are essentially made up of mechanical components are...