• 3VR today announced Douglas Florence joined the company as Senior Sales Director for the western United States and Asia Pacific. Boardcertified in security management, Florence brings deep experience in security, surveillance, business continuity planning, and investigation operations in gaming, retail, and corporate security.
  • 3VR today announced Tony Montes joined the company as Sales Director for the eastern United States and Canada. Previously, Montes held senior security roles at top retail brands including David Yurman, Saks Fifth Avenue, and Macy’s department stores where he worked directly with loss prevention managers to define physical security standards and implement surveillance systems for stores nationwide.
  • 3VR today announced Andrew Chapman joined the company as Senior Vice President of Sales. Chapman brings over forty years of experience in the security industry to his new role at 3VR.
  • ATMs are there for our convenience, yet they’ve also become a gateway for criminals to commit fraud. There are many ways to attack ATMs and the people using them. While physical attacks are a concern, nowadays card skimming and fraud cause far more damage.
  • VisionPointTM VMS (8.1) empowers security system integrators to proactively and efficiently manage customer deployments in the cloud.
  • Since the launch of Google’s search engine in 1998, Internet search has grown and expanded from desktops to mobile devices, generating over 3.5 billion searches of text, images and videos per day. One likely reason for this popularity is the search engine’s ability to immediately produce relevant results based on search criteria.
  • From cyber attacks and organized retail crime, to the explosive growth of omni-channel and digital currencies, there is no shortage of new challenges facing retailers today. As store management develops strategies to address these trends, they must also continue to prevent everyday losses and ensure a safe store environment for customers and employees.
  • 3VR, a video data and technology company, today announced several enhancements to its video management software, VisionPoint™ VMS. This includes support for 360 degree cameras, the addition of a Web-based OpCenter, and integration with tape-based storage solutions from Quantum.
  • Video surveillance has long been one of the most rapidly changing technologies on the security landscape; and as security dealers and integrators search the ISC West show floor for the latest products and technologies, it can be a bit overwhelming.
  • Parkway had a basic security solution, relying essentially on cameras and VCRs that recorded facility activity while storing video for 30 days. Original purpose: Video to count cars to ensure cars parked matched the number of tickets issued at the entry gate. Still, employees had to walk the facility each evening to manually record cars by color and license plate to determine cars left overnight and accurately charge customers who claimed to have lost their ticket.