April 22, 2024

Keeping Bad Actors Out of K–12’s IP Surveillance System

Author: Eileen Belastock
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K–12 districts are investing a larger portion of their budgets in new security technologies to create safer environments for their school communities.
A 2020 study conducted by Omdia on behalf of the Security Industry Association showed the market for physical security equipment in K–12 and higher education was $716 million in 2020. The K–12 sector accounted for about 56 percent of that amount.
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