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Leveraging Interoperability for Unique Applications in the Financial Industry

By Alex Johnson, Senior Director, Analytics and Strategy, Verint Comprehensively securing a financial institution involves many steps and considerations, as there are numerous factors banks and credit unions must take into account that go far beyond traditional security. With an evolving risk landscape, complete with fraudsters getting smarter every day, it is paramount that these facilities…

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#AskONVIF at ISC West 2020

ONVIF is excited to announce it will be at ISC West, March 18 – 20, 2020 in Las Vegas, Nev. together with participating member companies to discuss its plans for the upcoming year. 2019 was a significant year for ONVIF, with the release of new core specifications and Profile T becoming the most quickly adopted…

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What About Tomorrow? How Standards Help Drive Innovation

By Jon Marsh, VP Product, Oncam Interoperability has long been the gold standard for niche camera manufacturers aiming to provide a complementary solution to deliver additional value for customers. The standards set forth specifically by ONVIF help drive these manufacturers to streamline engineering toward the focus of adding options for end users, with a special…

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3 Reasons to Love Standards

As the security technology industry continues to develop at a rapid pace, open standards are becoming increasingly important. The standards developed by ONVIF help member companies continue to drive innovation in the market and offer a greater range of solutions to end users. There are many reasons why standards are an important function in the…

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The ONVIF Effect: 10 Years Later

Over the past decade, most of the major manufacturers in the market have declared ONVIF conformance. Read on for the perspectives of five ONVIF members on the impact of ONVIF on the physical security market since its founding 10 years ago.

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