LiftMaster Provides A Smarter Way To Secure and Manage Community Access Points with the New CAPXLV Access Control System

“The new system includes all of the same great features of CAPXL with the added benefits of an integrated 135⁰ wide angle camera to keep residential communities secure while making access management easier for community managers,” said Erich Struckmeyer, Vice President and General Manager, Commercial, LiftMaster. “CAPXLV also provides more robust cloud-based solutions for advanced monitoring capabilities to help maximize efficiency and improve operations, all while providing residents with the safe, modern living experience they desire.”

Designed with both community managers and residents in mind, CAPXLV provides customizable applications that help streamline the management of buildings, residents and community access points and provide clear visuals for safety and convenience. Community managers can enhance their monitoring capabilities with myQ Community Control and the Community by myQ app for residents.

With myQ Community Control, community managers can:

  • Conveniently manage and control multiple access points across all communities within a portfolio from
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Trust Is A Must For Secure Cloud Migration

Pritesh Parekh is the Chief Trust & Security Officer, VP of Engineering at Virtustream (A Dell Technologies Business)

Embrace cloud-native solutions and a unified security approach to streamline your IT modernization journey.

Not too long ago, it used to be commonplace for discussions with IT organizations to revolve around convincing the skeptics of the many benefits of cloud. This is no longer the case. Through the years, those discussions evolved because IT leaders grew to understand the clear value of adopting cloud. Not only can cloud be a more secure, elastic and scalable approach to managing workloads, but it is also integral to those on their IT modernization journey.

One of the key advantages of cloud solutions today is the IT flexibility that organizations can gain to manage modern workloads and adopt the latest innovative technologies while controlling costs.

One of the first hurdles to avoid is taking a

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Aqara Camera Hub G2H with HomeKit Secure Video arrives in US

The Aqara Camera Hub G2H is a HomeKit Secure Video camera for indoor use that doubles as an Aqara home hub.

Aqara makes a range of HomeKit devices that include home surveillance tools, lighting, and comfort controls. The Aqara Camera Hub G2H functions as a hub for all your Aqara devices as well as a HomeKit Secure Video camera.

HomeKit Secure Video ensures that a security camera captures footage safely and securely and stores it fully encrypted in iCloud. Footage from your home security cameras will be analyzed by your HomeKit Hub using local device intelligence to determine if people, pets, or cars are visible. Recorded video is stored for ten days without penalty to your iCloud storage.

Users with 200GB iCloud storage plans can record and store one camera’s video for up to 10 days. Those with 2TB plans can record up to five cameras. There is no limit

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iOS 14 just made your iPhone more private and secure: 3 things that changed

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Get to know the new data privacy features in iOS 14 for iPhone.


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Apple has never been shy about beating its own drum when it comes to data protection tools and user privacy. With iOS 14, Apple is giving iPhone and iPad owners even more power over their data, ranging from better location options to tracking controls that require an app to be more transparent about the data it collects about you, and how the information is used.

Read more: iPhone 12 launch date: Apple’s virtual event for its expected 5G smartphone is Oct. 13

There’s even a new tool built into iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 that will help you catch an app snooping on your camera or microphone, and gone are the days of letting every

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Working together to secure our expanding connected health future

Securing medical devices is not a new challenge. Former Vice President Cheney, for example, had the wireless capabilities of a defibrillator disabled when implanted near his heart in 2007, and hospital IT departments and health providers have for years secured medical devices to protect patient data and meet HIPAA requirements.

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With the expansion of security perimeters, the surge in telehealth usage (particularly during COVID-19), and proliferation in the number and types of connected technologies, healthcare cybersecurity has evolved into a more complex and urgent effort.

Today, larger hospital systems have approximately 350,000+ medical devices running simultaneously. On top of this, millions of additional connected devices are maintained by the patients themselves. Over the next 10 years, it’s estimated the number of connected medical devices could increase to roughly 50 billion, driven by innovations such as 5G, edge computing, and more. This rise in connectivity has increased the threat of cyberattacks

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How the Humboldt squid’s genetic past and present can secure its future — ScienceDaily

A group of marine biologists is pushing for more international collaboration to manage the Humboldt squid population after their study to identify its genetic stocks revealed its vulnerability to overfishing by fleets trying to feed the world’s hunger for squids.

Hiroshima University marine biologist Gustavo Sanchez led a team of researchers to find out the genetic structure of the Humboldt squid population in the Eastern Pacific Ocean using two types of DNA markers — the mitochondrial ND2 gene and nuclear microsatellite loci.

The team found that Humboldt squids could trace back their population to three historical matrilineage that spread out during the late Pleistocene and that the species has at least two contemporary genetic stocks homogeneously co-distributed in the northern and southern hemispheres.

Different genetic stocks within a species are usually defined by where they feed and breed. But in Humboldt squids, DNA markers showed no north-south divide. The equator

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BT Is Using Quantum Technology To Secure Gigabytes Of Sensitive Data Sent Between Two Industrial Sites In The UK

Did the promise of quantum-secure networking just take an important this is not hype leap?

Things are certainly looking promising with the news that telecom giant BT and Toshiba Labs have hooked up two research sites in the UK city of Bristol over a 6km link using Quantum Key Distribution (QKD).

The sites are National Composites Centre (NCC) at the University of Bristol, a development center researching the manufacture of composite materials, and the Centre for Modelling & Simulation (CFMS), which carries out engineering testing.

This might like just another demo of the emerging use of quantum and QKD technology, but there’s an important twist – the link is used to transfer large amounts of data on an ongoing basis, making this one of the first mainstream uses of QKD for that purpose yet made public anywhere in the world.

The data

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How the Humboldt squid’s genetic past and present can secure its future

How the Humboldt squid's genetic past and present can secure its future
A paralarva of the Humboldt squid. These cephalopods emerge from their eggs as one-millimeter paralarvae but grow to over 1.2 meters when they reach maturity. To sustain their growth within their one-year lifespan, these pack hunters go on a feeding frenzy, sometimes eating each other. Credit: Dr. Mitsuo Sakai

A group of marine biologists is pushing for more international collaboration to manage the Humboldt squid population after their study to identify its genetic stocks revealed its vulnerability to overfishing by fleets trying to feed the world’s hunger for squids.


Hiroshima University marine biologist Gustavo Sanchez led a team of researchers to find out the genetic structure of the Humboldt squid population in the Eastern Pacific Ocean using two types of DNA markers—the mitochondrial ND2 gene and nuclear microsatellite loci.

The team found that Humboldt squids could trace back their population to three historical matrilineage that spread out during the late

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NFC Systems Market 2020 Latest Technology And Market Application By Top Players: Broadcom, Smartrac, NXP Semiconductors, INSIDE SECURE, Qualcomm

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Sep 28, 2020 (Market Insight Reports) —
NFC Systems Market Size, Status, Business Future Scenarios and Brief Analysis 2020-2025

The “Global NFC Systems Market Report 2025” offers a clear understanding of the subject matter. The report has been gathered using principal and subordinate research methodologies. Both these methods are directed towards cooperating accurate and meticulous data concerning the market dynamics, historical events, and the current market landscape. Additionally, the NFC Systems Market report includes a SWOT analysis that concludes the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats impacting the segment of the overall market.

The global NFC Systems market is estimated at $11634.7 million, with a compound annual growth rate of 27.94%.

Top Leading Companies of the Global NFC Systems Market are Broadcom Inc. (NASDAQ: AVGO), Smartrac, NXP Semiconductors, INSIDE SECURE, Qualcomm, MediaTek, SanDisk, Sony, Renesas Electronics,

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Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) Certification Market- Post Pandemic Business Strategies and Processes Plan | Increasing Awareness of End-users to Boost Growth in the Information Technology Industry | Technavio

LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The secure sockets layer (SSL) certification market is expected to grow by USD 2.55 billion during 2020-2024, expanding at a CAGR of over 16%. The report also provides the market impact and new opportunities created due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We expect the impact to be significant in the first quarter but gradually lessen in subsequent quarters – with a limited impact on the full-year economic growth according to the latest market research report by Technavio.

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Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) Certification Market: Increasing Awareness of end-users to drive growth

The rising number of data thefts and the expanding scope of online transactions have increased the demand for secured websites. Besides, there are many search engines such as Google flags websites, that are not secure

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