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Homeland Security Warns U.S. Officials About Potential Iranian Cyberattack

No credible threats of Iran cybersecurity breach in DHS bulletin, but possibility exists in the wake of U.S. airstrike that killed Iran Gen. Soleimani.

LookingGlass Concierge, Mad Systems

Mad Systems Gets Patent for LookingGlass Concierge Facial Recognition Technology

LookingGlass Concierge facial recognition technology helps to identify and locate people, then logs them into a group to improve customer service.

Adversarial T-Shirt

New T-Shirt Design Aimed at Confusing, Improving AI-Based Video Surveillance Systems

Northeastern University computer engineer creates “adversarial T-shirt” design that can trick artificial intelligence tracking systems.

Uber Audio Recording

My Awkward Small Talk Will Be Preserved Forever with Uber Audio Recording

Ride-share giant Uber responds to crime reports with plans to roll out option to record audio for riders and drivers, but no right to access recordings.

WAVE Electronics, Kingswood Capital, AVAD

WAVE Electronics Opening Eight New Locations, Closing Six Former AVAD Locations

Rebranding of eight AVAD locations and closure of six others gives WAVE Electronics 18 locations in the U.S. and two AVAD-branded outposts in Canada.

LookingGlass Concierge

Customer Service turned upside down – a revolution is coming!

School Security

How Can Technology Help Prevent School Shootings?

A new senate bill calls for schools to adopt more online surveillance tools to monitor students. The pro AV industry should also have a seat at the table.

Why You Need to Take the 2020 CI/NSCA State of the Industry Survey

Annual snapshot of the systems integration industry is nothing without your help. Take a few minutes to let us know how things are now and what you expect.

King Tut

King Tut Exhibition Moving to London After Record-Breaking Attendance in Paris

‘Tutankhamun: Treasures of the Golden Pharoah’ exhibition will continue its worldwide tour in Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, Chicago, Japan and Australia.