Networking Security & Fire Alarm

Safety is protection against hazards, while Network security is protection against threats. To be safe is to be protected, while to be secure is to be free from danger. Protection leads to a condition of being free from danger or threat, which ultimately reduces risks. The Executive Support System Design Reference Manual (ESSDRM) discusses trends and expertise in Networking security areas that apply to information technology systems (ITS) and the integration of Executive Support systems (ESS).

The security industry has standards, practices, and organizations dedicated to defining and refining those practices. Inaddition to the ESSDRM, is developing an industry standard for the design and implementation of structured cabling for ESS systems. This reference manual provides information from both the security and ITS industries so that professionals in both industries will have a common understanding of each other's roles in designing and implementing Networking Security systems.

CCTV Security System (ANALOG & DIGITAL)

A simple recording camera could easily clear all of the uncertainties. Intimidating potential burglars, collecting evidence for future lawsuits and maintaining your peace of mind are all benefits of security cameras. This article reviews camera and monitor types as means of providing protection and household safety. CCTV systems are a common means of protection and communications in brief at the development of both voice and data networks. Cisco Systems provides a wide range of products to meet the needs of enterprises and service providers, from access to core.

CCTV stands for Closed Circuit Television. It differs from broadcast TV in that its elements are directly linked (i.e. closed circuit) by cables or different wireless technologies. CCTV systems are used mainly in large public areas like: banks, malls, train stations, sports stadiums and in almost every large store. This type of surveillance system is extremely efficient in monitoring large crowds in real-time.