Security Industry acts like its 1984

February 6, 2006 at 10:22 pm Leave a comment

Believe it or not, based on a recent Newswire, “The Retail Industry Leaders Association in late January announced the creation of its loss prevention certification program — a development that is being touted as a first for the LP community.”

LP which stands for Loss Prevention , is just one branch of the Security Industry that has stepped up to the plate.

Next, on the agenda…..How about Video Security Camera and Recording Standards and Policies on what would be the minimal speciifiction per type of Industry. For instance, lets take our US Goverment, which manages the Main Post Office, next to the Port of Oakland. I would think, there should be a HLS would have created a standard policy, that it would be force all any goverement agency to replace all VCR to DVR’s, due to may factors that make a VCR a unsecure media to record on, as well as many other limitations, including quality and cost of VHS tape.
Ironically the eyes of Homeland Security Advanced Research Projects Agency (HSARPA) is trying to find companies with the skills and desire to continue to manufacture the old fashioned recording devices, since many manufactures, including SONY stop making VCR, just about 2 months ago.

Between HSARPA and GOOGLE, they logical thinking SUCKS!

Oh well…..i guess the Goverment is more interested in upgrading all the US homes with new Digital TV’s Digital Recievers, since its an actually Revenue maker for the Goverment. I’ll discuss this later.


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