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Security Flaws Already Found in 5G Technology

Security Flaws Already Found in 5G Technology

5G is the talk of the town, but is it free of security risks?

Military File-Sharing Site Brought Back Online Following Security Concerns

Military File-Sharing Site Brought Back Online Following Security Concerns

The Defense Department website used to transfer large files containing sensitive unclassified information was brought back online earlier this month after being taken down due to security concerns last year.

Smart Home Security and Safety to Reach 134 Billion by 2025

Smart Home Security and Safety to Reach $134 Billion by 2025

The report states that the increase is due to a growing adoption of various types of smart security devices in global households.

Vermont is the First State to Ban Chinese Tech

Vermont is the First State to Ban Chinese Tech

In the next big move against Chinese technology, the State of Vermont has banned the tech.

New Report Shows 550 Percent Increase in Consumer Security Risks Connected to Apps

New Report Shows 550 Percent Increase in Consumer Security Risks Connected to Apps

McAfee's Mobile Threat Report found that reporting backdoors, malicious cryptomining, fake apps and banking Trojans all increased substantially in 2018.

Reverse Engineering is One of Your Best Weapons in the Fight Against Cyberattacks

Reverse Engineering is One of Your Best Weapons in the Fight Against Cyberattacks

Reverse engineering is a powerful tool to keep in your cybersecurity tool belt.

Air Force Academy Invests in Thousands of Security Cameras

Air Force Academy Invests in Thousands of Security Cameras

The U.S. Air Force Academy is increasing cadet safety and security with the installation of security cameras.



California Introduces New Bill to Enhance Data Breach Notification Laws

California Introduces New Bill to Enhance Data Breach Notification Laws

California already has some of the strongest data breach laws in the U.S., but thinks it can do better.

Senate Intelligence Committee Questions Healthcare Cybersecurity

Senate Intelligence Committee Questions Healthcare Cybersecurity

Democrat Senator Mark Warner is asking healthcare organizations how the Senate Intelligence Committee can aid in beefing up cybersecurity laws.

Physical Security Market Projected to Grow to $119.4 Billion by 2023

Physical Security Market Projected to Grow to $119.4 Billion by 2023

Due to the rise in risk, technological advancements and the growing need for residential security, the Physical Security Market is expected to grow to $119.4 billion in 2023.

New Samsung Galaxy Fingerprint System the First to Achieve FIDO Biometric Certification

New Samsung Galaxy Fingerprint System the First to Achieve FIDO Biometric Certification

Samsung’s new “in-display” Ultrasonic Fingerprint system certified by FIDO Alliance as meeting globally recognized standards for biometric recognition performance and Presentation Attack Detection (PAD)

A Secure Healthcare Prescription

Hospitals are improving security, operational efficiencies, and patient safety through the many benefits of open platform IP video networks Hospitals and other healthcare facilities face unique security and surveillance challenges.

Major Security Flaws Found in Popular Password Managers

Major Security Flaws Found in Popular Password Managers

Independent Security Evaluators found some worrying flaws in popular password managers, but still suggest that you use one.

Rhode Island City Considering Security Upgrades for Government Building

Rhode Island City Considering Security Upgrades for Government Building

A City Hall in Providence, Rhode Island might be getting a boost in security.

Phoenix City Council Approves Purchase of 2,000 Body Cameras

Phoenix City Council Approves Purchase of 2,000 Body Cameras

Phoenix police officers will all be outfitted with body cameras after the city council voted in favor of the program's expansion.

Jacksonville to Upgrade Surveillance with High-Tech Crime Fighting Tools

Jacksonville to Upgrade Surveillance with High-Tech Crime Fighting Tools

Jacksonville, Fla. is looking to upgrade their surveillance with advanced technology such as gunshot detection.

Minneapolis Police Considering Purchasing Super Bowl LII Surveillance Cameras

Minneapolis Police Considering Purchasing Super Bowl LII Surveillance Cameras

MPD is looking into purchasing the surveillance cameras Verizon installed for the Super Bowl over a year ago.

Nearly 50,000 AdventHealth Patients Impacted in Yearlong Data Breach

Nearly 50,000 AdventHealth Patients Impacted in Yearlong Data Breach

AdventHealth's system was breached for over a year, impacting 42,000 patients and their data.

Rasilient Completes Phase II of Fairbanks International Airport Video Surveillance System Upgrade

Rasilient Systems, Inc. has completed Phase II of the video surveillance system upgrade at Fairbanks International Airport (FIA) in Alaska.

Identity In A Zero Trust World

Identity In A Zero Trust World

Our solutions must continually validate the identity of the person accessing our applications and data.

5 Dead in Aurora, IL Mass Shooting

5 Dead in Aurora, IL Mass Shooting

A gunman killed five people and wounded several more in a workplace violence situation on Friday in Aurora, Illinois. Here's what we know.

North Carolina Retirement Community Secures Hundreds of Doors with ProdataKey and ASSA ABLOY Wireless Solution

ProdataKey (PDK), an innovator of cloud-based networked and wireless access control products and ASSA ABLOY, the global leader in door opening solutions, has announced the completion of a campus-wide security upgrade at Glenaire Retirement Community in Cary, North Carolina.

Are You Throwing Money Away?

Around the world, there are literally millions of video surveillance cameras. Whether analog or digital, these cameras are recording video (and sometimes audio and metadata) that covers more information that can possibly be seen or understood at the time of the recording.

New Jersey City to Install Cameras to Read License Plates, Capture Faces

New Jersey City to Install Cameras to Read License Plates, Capture Faces

Millville police are installing computerized cameras that will record license plates and the faces of drivers at seven undisclosed areas.

Cybersecurity Preparations for 2020 Election Underway

Cybersecurity Preparations for 2020 Election Underway

The director of Homeland Security's cybersecurity agency said on Wednesday that election security officials should prepare for all possibilities.

Connecticut Park Increases Security with Gates Surveillance Cameras

Connecticut Park Increases Security with Gates Surveillance Cameras

Local park sees security increase following costly renovations.

Nearly 15 Million 500px Users Made Vulnerable by Breach

Nearly 15 Million 500px Users Made Vulnerable by Breach

The names, usernames, passwords and other sensitive information was leaked in July of 2018.

Two Dating Apps Under Fire for Security Issues

Two Dating Apps Under Fire for Security Issues

Two dating apps have come under fire lately for security problems—Ok Cupid for a potential data breach and Jack’d for a vulnerability that left private photos potentially exposed.

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