Emerging Technologies


Apple Launches University ID Card Feature on iPhone

Apple Launches University ID Card Feature on iPhone

Students at three universities can now access their student ID cards on their iPhone.

City of Orlando Testing Amazon’s Facial Recognition Tech

City of Orlando Testing Amazon’s Facial Recognition Tech

Amazon’s facial recognition software, called Rekognition, analyzes footage from video surveillance and works to identify the people in it by scanning their faces and searching databases.

Complete Perimeter Solution

Complete Perimeter Solution

A key trend for 2018 has been the integration of AI with various security systems. AI-enabled surveillance cameras, facial recognition software, and fingerprint authentication scanners are just a few examples.

Delta Air Lines to Launch Nation’s First Facial Recognition Airport Terminal

Delta Air Lines to Launch Nation’s First Facial Recognition Airport Terminal

The terminal will be deployed at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, and will allow travelers to use facial recognition instead of their passports to pass through checkpoints at the airport.

FEMA Testing Presidential Alert System

FEMA Testing "Presidential Alert" System

FEMA is testing an Emergency Alert System that would allow the President access to 99 percent of U.S. cell phones.

Security Flaw Discovered in Nearly All Macs and PCs

Security Flaw Discovered in Nearly All Macs and PCs

A new vulnerability brings back the risk of a cold boot attack.

Red Flag Law Seizes Guns from those Deemed Dangerous

Red Flag Law Seizes Guns from those Deemed Dangerous

The red flag law looks to curb gun violence following a string of school shootings.

California Casino Recruits Security Robots

California Casino Recruits Security Robots

The West Coast resort has added two ‘bots to the force, with at least one more planned.



Expanding Rural Infrastructure for Drones

Expanding Rural Infrastructure for Drones

Drones can provide significant benefits for residents and business in rural areas: delivering medical supplies, collecting data on the status of crops, aiding in search and rescue efforts.

Tackling Parking Officer Abuse with Unified Evidence

Tackling Parking Officer Abuse with Unified Evidence

About two million people are affected by workplace violence every year in the United States. Some of these people are parking enforcement officers.

Opening New Opportunities

Opening New Opportunities

As demand for controlled access communities continues to grow, so does the demand for secure and flexible access solutions.

How to Protect Your Business from Amazon

How to Protect Your Business from Amazon

If you think your dealership isn’t conducive to outside pressures, ask the merchants of Smalltown, USA, about that new Walmart going up on the outskirts of the municipality.

Home Security Camera Footage Leads to Arrest in Mollie Tibbets Case

Home Security Camera Footage Leads to Arrest in Mollie Tibbets Case

Police were able to track down a suspect after receiving security camera footage from a home near the site where Mollie Tibbetts disappeared.

Hemp Farm Boosting Security After Increase in Visitors

Hemp Farm Boosting Security After Increase in Visitors

A North Carolina growing area for marijuana is getting increased security.

Bolstering Personal Security on the Go

Bolstering Personal Security on the Go

Devices and applications to help keep you protected while mobile.

Why Smartphone Apps Could Soon Replace Car Keys

Why Smartphone Apps Could Soon Replace Car Keys

Sooner or later, a smartphone app will be able to unlock your car. But what are the potential security issues that come with this new technology?

Going Global

Going Global

The new and growing interest in the technology sector has given rise to a new phenomenon known as “Tech tourism,” whereby tech companies have seen ever increasing numbers of visitors being attracted to their sites as tech enthusiasts undertake a kind of digital pilgrimage.

San Diego International Airport Deploys Facial Recognition

San Diego International Airport Deploys Facial Recognition

An airport in San Diego is utilizing facial recognition to speed up the screening of passengers.

Cities Boost Security for Fourth of July Celebrations

Cities Boost Security for Fourth of July Celebrations

In the wake of a foiled attack in Cleveland, police around the country are stepping up security for the Fourth.

Google Duplex: What are the Security Implications?

Google Duplex: What are the Security Implications?

This new AI could present new challenges as well as opportunities

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