Category: CCTV

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CCTV Video Surveillance Course Concluded in Cebu City

SecurityMatters magazine, in cooperation with Accommodation Establishment Security and Safety Coordinating Council, Inc (AESSCCI) Cebu Chapter and Philippine Society for Industrial Security Region 7 Chapter (PSIS7), successfully concluded the Cebu leg of its first ever CCTV Video Surveillance Course training last September 17-20 at the Sacred Heart Convention Center in Cebu City. Cebu became the...

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CCTV Video Surveillance Operators Course Participants

SecurityMatters magazine, in cooperation with Accommodation Establishment Security and Safety Coordinating Council, Inc (AESSCCI) Cebu Chapter and Philippine Society for Industrial Security Region 7 Chapter (PSIS7), successfully concluded the Cebu leg of its first ever CCTV Video Surveillance Course training last September 17-20 at the Sacred Heart Convention Center in Cebu City with Augustus Caesar...

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Privacy and Video Surveillance Courses

How much do you value your privacy? A lot of talks and concerns came about when privacy issues in cyberspace were raised by the revelations of whistleblowers like Bradley Manning and Edward Snowden, and admission of some intelligence agencies on prying open private files. However, we don’t have to dwell in cyberspace only or go...

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ASIS International and SecurityMatters Hold First Set of CCTV Courses

ASIS International – Philippines Chapter, as part of its objectives to propagate security education, partnered with SecurityMatters Magazine again to conduct a series of lectures on Video Surveillance Operators Course. The first of the series was the recent CCTV 202: Video Surveillance Operators Course held last June 6 and 7, 2013 at The Bayleaf Hotel...

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CCTV Operators Course Explains Legal Restraints of CCTV Usage

The escalating unsolved crimes in the country as well as those crimes prevented and solved have popularized the use and need for Closed-circuit Television (CCTV) among many business establishments here and abroad. While CCTV is a great tool in crime prevention and solution, our government has imposed strict regulations on the use of such devices...

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Security Managers Talk About Security and Technology

The Philippine Chapter of ASIS International held their latest chapter meeting and fellowship on May 30, 2013 at the F1 Hotel in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, Philippines. The topic for the night was Security Technology Integration and its crucial role in loss and crime prevention. The presentation was given by Stephen Cutler, Manila Country Council...

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8 Building Security Mistakes

Check your office and residential condo buildings to know what other mistakes building security may have committed. 1. Building design is not based on security and safety risk assessments Security and safety does not mean simply employing security guards and installing CCTV cameras. An in-depth understanding of risk management concepts at the schematic stage saves...

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Catholic Churches Beef Up Security with CCTVs

Apparently, even Catholic churches now see the relevance of closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras with the installation of CCTVs in a number of churches in Metro Manila. “CCTV cameras are really helpful. In fact, some of our churches already have CCTVs at least in the convents and some important areas,” Cubao Bishop Honesto Ongtioco told...

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Hotel Negligence: What is Basic and Adequate Security?

  All hotels in the Philippines are “negligent” in providing “basic and adequate security” to their guests based on the Philippine Supreme Court’s affirmation of a Court of Appeals (CA) ruling against Shangri-La Makati Hotel on the death of a hotel guest in November 1999. In a decision penned by Justice Lucas P. Bersamin, the...

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