In his new position, Foth will continue to be responsible for product line management of wireless, 900MHz mesh network products and will help oversee go-to-market strategies for Inovonics’ transmitters, transceivers and sensors for use in life safety and commercial security systems.
HID Global has enabled the Albert Einstein Healthcare Network (AEHN) to re-badge more than 7,000 personnel following the firm’s spin-off and corporate re-branding, while also migrating to higher-security 13.56 MHz contactless technologies.
Key Source International has announced the SonarLocID, an integrated keyboard that addresses the most important aspect of workstation security: the logoff.
A new virus on Android devices has been spotted in China by NetQin, a mobile security service provider. Dubbed "Hong Tou Tou," the virus targets Chinese users and is distributed by hiding itself in legitimate apps such as the well-known game RoboDefense.
A new report, "Privacy and Security in Health Care: A Fresh Look," released by the Deloitte Center for Health Solutions, identifies the risks associated with privacy and security breaches in healthcare. The report offers guidance to help minimize potential privacy and security threats as health reform drives increased exchange of online health information.
A study based on a survey of more than 10,000 information security professionals worldwide finds that a growing number of technologies that business are adopting widely are challenging information security executives and their staffs, potentially endangering the security of government agencies, corporations and consumers worldwide over the next several years.
Frustrated e-mail users may have noticed a significant drop in spam in recent months, but cybercriminals are gaining ground with creative new phishing methods and making exploit kits more robust, according to the latest Security Labs Report from M86 Security.
Herb Kelsey will pilot Opera's initiatives for new product development in cybersecurity and intelligence analysis.
Deputy Defense Secretary William J. Lynn III is expanding a number of programs to bring much needed private sector expertise into the military.
- By William Jackson
- Feb 17, 2011
In his opening keynote at RSA Conference 2011, Art Coviello, executive vice president of EMC and executive chairman of RSA, The Security Division of EMC, outlined a strategy to close the trust void that holds many organizations back from deploying mission-critical applications in cloud environments.
Based on the same technology used by the U.S. Department of Defense, the apps accurately verify a user's identity using only his or her face through cloud-based facial search and retrieval applications.
Kieth Ricketts will be responsible for all marketing activities across Becrypt’s worldwide operations. A major focus will be the continued development of Becrypt’s U.S. operation, as this market remains a key growth opportunity for the company.
HID Global, provider of solutions for the delivery of secure identity, recently announced it has secured an 85,000-unit order from a major U.S. government agency for the company’s OMNIKEY contact smart card readers for network authentication.
Application Security Inc., a provider of database security, risk and compliance solutions for the enterprise, Unisphere Research and the Oracle Applications Users Group announced the 2011 Data Security report, "Managing Information in Insecure Times."
RSA, The Security Division of EMC, recently announced the RSA Cloud Trust Authority, a set of cloud-based services designed to facilitate secure and compliant relationships among organizations and cloud service providers.
Under the terms of the new agreement Mobile Active Defense and SentryBay will apply its award-winning enterprise-level smartphone security software to its secure browsing technology on iPhones, iPads, Nokia/Symbian, BlackBerry, Windows Mobile and Google Android phones.
UL recently announced the release of a new framework for certifying the resiliency of network and data center products. UL 2825 marks the first deliverable in response to recently introduced U.S. legislation requiring independent certification of network and security-related product performance and protection.
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Organizations spend an average of 127 hours per month managing on-site security solutions and related problems, according to new research from Webroot, the first Internet security service company. The top time thieves are updating software and hardware, reimaging infected machines, and enforcing end user Internet and e-mail policies.