May 15-18 Verint’s “Road to Certification” roadshows are designed for system integrators who manage, utilize or support the Nextiva VMS platform.
Veracode Inc. recently announced the availability of a whitepaper, ‘Outsourcing the problem of software security’, produced by primary research and analysis company, Quocirca.
Thales, provider of information systems and communications security, recently announced the publication of the 2011 Global Encryption Trends Study.
The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) recently announced two significant new initiatives for 2012, addressing growing areas of need in cloud security -- mobile computing and innovation.
HID Global recently announced its highly-integrated fraud detection service from its Identity Assurance business, ActivIdentity.
Mission 500, a charitable organization engaging security professionals to sponsor needy children through the World Vision organization, recently announced the winners of its annual Humanitarian and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) awards. The awards are designed to honor companies in the security industry who make important contributions to those in need.
Security takes on a new perspective when looking at the IT side of the aisle. After my first day through the RSA Conference in San Francisco, I have to say Cherry’s FIPS 201 compliant keyboard makes simple look pretty smart.
- By Ralph C. Jensen
- Feb 29, 2012
In the wake of the recent active-shooter tragedy in Ohio, ASIS International (ASIS), the largest organization for security management professionals worldwide, is delivering a 60-minute webinar entitled “Reducing Risk of Violence in Schools” on Friday, March 2, 2012 at 12:00 p.m. Nationally acclaimed school security expert Paul Timm, PSP will be the featured speaker.
For the older population, the security and comfort provided by retirement living communities makes them an attractive option. At St. Andrews Village in Auckland, New Zealand, the comfort is provided in a world-class multi-option residential facility and the security is provided by Arecont Vision megapixel camera technology.
California’s three-strikes law has not reduced violent crime, but has contributed significantly to the state’s financial woes by substantially increasing the prison population, according to a University of California, Riverside researcher.