Emerging Technologies


New Technology Aims to Stop a Shooting Before it Begins

New Technology Aims to Stop a Shooting Before it Begins

A new security system uses artificial intelligence to detect guns with up to 99 percent accuracy.

Defense Intelligence Agency Report Aims to Educate on Space Security

Defense Intelligence Agency Report Aims to Educate on Space Security

The Defense Intelligence Agency has released a new report detailing the security challenges the United States face in outer space.

San Francisco Looking to Ban Facial Recognition Tech

San Francisco Looking to Ban Facial Recognition Tech

A proposed ban in San Francisco has introduced a series of rules that could dramatically limit enhanced surveillance.

Deploying a Cloud Strategy

Deploying a Cloud Strategy

There’s enormous opportunity for all enterprises in the cloud, and those in the middle market are taking note.

Courts Biometrics Ruling Poses Risk to Technology Companies

Court's Biometrics Ruling Poses Risk to Technology Companies

The Supreme Court of Illinois ruled Six Flags Great America collected a boy's thumbprint without proper consent.

Japan is Experimenting with AI to Combat Terrorism

Japan is Experimenting with AI to Combat Terrorism

Japan's National Police Agency is looking into artificial intelligence and how it can be used to combat terrorism.

First Responders in Idaho Take Advantage of New Drone System

First Responders in Idaho Take Advantage of New Drone System

The city of Coeur d'Alene is testing a new system that with launch a drone ahead of first responders.

New Home Security Products to Keep an Eye Out for at CES 2019

New Home Security Products to Keep an Eye Out for at CES 2019

We’ve rounded up some of the top security products being showcased at the Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas this week.



Inclement Weather Grounds NYPD Security Drones During NYE

Inclement Weather Grounds NYPD Security Drones During NYE

The New York Police Department was forced to cancel plans to use drones as part of its security protocol during the Times Square New Year’s Eve celebrations due to rain.

The Watch List for 2019

The Watch List for 2019

The truth of the matter is that trends are changing every day.

Apple Adds USB Security Key Support in Latest Safari Preview

Apple Adds USB Security Key Support in Latest Safari Preview

Users can enable a feature in the preview version of Safari that lets them log in with USB-based CTAP2 sticks, which offer more stringent protection than a standard text-based password.

Houston Hospital Unveils Security Robot

Houston Hospital Unveils Security Robot

The largest hospital in Houston, Texas is increasing security with the addition of two security robots.

What Lies Ahead for 2019

What Lies Ahead for 2019

After spending close to 20 years in the security industry, it is always a good exercise to see what projections came through the last year and which ones we foresee in the coming years.

New Zealand Bars Chinese Firm’s 5G Rollout Due to Security Concerns

New Zealand Bars Chinese Firm’s 5G Rollout Due to Security Concerns

Huawei, the world’s biggest producer of telecoms equipment, has faced pushback from governments due to concerns that its technology could be used for unsavory purposes such as spying.

Black Friday 2018: Top Deals on Security Products

Black Friday 2018: Top Deals on Security Products

Black Friday deals on security products include Amazon and Google hubs, Nest Cameras and Ring Doorbell cams.

Understanding the Drone Threat

Understanding the Drone Threat

For security professionals, the scope of the threat is huge and evolving.

Regulation of Police Technology Creates Frustration

Regulation of Police Technology Creates Frustration

The city council is weighing a measure that would give the panel final say over all surveillance efforts in Hartford.

New Surveillance Tool: Gait Recognition

New Surveillance Tool: Gait Recognition

New technology by a Chinese artificial intelligence company is analyzing the way a person walks as a means of identification.

Major Security Flaw Found in Bluetooth Chips

Enterprise Security: Major Flaws Found in Bluetooth Chips

Security firm Armis has discovered two vulnerabilities in Bluetooth Chips from several networking industry leaders.

AI-Powered Robot to Patrol Japanese Train Station

AI-Powered Robot to Patrol Japanese Train Station

A new prototype of security robot will begin to patrol a Japanese train station in order to train for 2020 Olympic Games.

Digital Edition

  • Security Today Magazine - May June 2019

    May/June 2019

    Featuring:

    • A Healthcare Revolution
    • Security Beyond the Field
    • Secure Your Engines
    • One Step Ahead
    • Elevating Data Security

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  • Environmental Protection
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