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Solar Powered Security Cameras from Swann

Solar Powered Security Cameras from Swann

What makes DIY home security really easy now is wireless technology.   Self install wireless security cameras can be installed in just a few minutes, however true wireless systems run on batteries so will need to be recharged. One solution that Swann has just released to make this easier is a small solar panel for use with their smart security cameras.[Read More…]

EOFY a good time to consider Security

EOFY a good time to consider Security

In the lead up to June 30 there are some great opportunities for small business when it comes to expenses.  One of those could be in the area of CCTV security. I recently spoke to Jeremy Stewart from Swann about some of the options for small business right now.  Jeremy also shares some great tips for anyone looking at installing[Read More…]

Improve Home Security During Holiday Periods

Improve Home Security During Holiday Periods

Home Alone?  That could very well be the case for some children, especially during School holiday periods, but at what age should your children be left at home by themselves and for how long? Ring asked these questions and more in a recent survey of over 1000 parents.  Today I caught up with Mark Fletcher, Ring APAC Managing Director to talk about the[Read More…]

Home Security – Affordable & Easy to Set Up

Home Security – Affordable & Easy to Set Up

In today’s world, personal security seems to be more valued than ever.  Fortunately, with advances in technology, adding a layer of security to your home doesn’t have to be an expensive exercise. Last year I spoke with Jeremy stewart, VP Global Marketing at Swann.  Jeremy gives a good overview of the current state of home CCTV security and what we[Read More…]

Are You Helping Cyber criminals Earn Bitcoin?

Are You Helping Cyber criminals Earn Bitcoin?

You could be helping cyber criminals earn bitcoin and not even know  that it’s happening.    Internet connected fridges, smart toys, garage door openers and other connected devices in the home are increasingly helping cybercriminals , according to Trend Micro’s 2017 Security Roundup. The report has found cybercriminals are exploiting security vulnerabilities in connected devices to mine for Bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies, and the[Read More…]