Absolute Software Corporation has released their top four theft recoveries in 2015.
Thousands of people pour into New Orleans for Mardi Gras but what are authorities doing to ensure the safety of those celebrating?
CCTV footage finds that two airport workers helped to furnish the bomb that exploded on a Somali plane.
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Honeywell has entered into an agreement to acquire Xtralis, a global provider of smoke detection and perimeter security technologies.
The University of Central Florida is investigating a data breach that left 63,000 Social Security numbers vulnerable.
German police are stepping up security as the Cologne Carnival takes place.
JoAnna Sohovich to lead Elmhurst-based corporation
Manitowoc sheriffs have now been targeted in more ways than one for their role in Steven Avery’s case.
Researchers find the Motorola Focus 73 security camera to have a pretty big vulnerability.
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The rugby match will be the first one played at the Stade de France since the Paris Attacks.
Hutt has 25 years of experience in the industry
Bank robbers aren’t the only ones that will demand cash from your accounts.
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The remote geographic location with each island being separated by miles of ocean posed some challenges for the project, making air, land and sea transportation necessary to complete the job.
The MasterCard Card Quality Management audit covers HID Global’s contactless and dual interface inlays for banking and payment solutions.
The daily increase in the number of cyber attacks launched and the success hackers are having against heavily guarded businesses are a wake-up call for all companies to be more proactive and vigilant in their security efforts.
Three California inmates who escaped from a maximum security facility have been recaptured. Now the investigation focuses on how it happened.
Successful companies read the tea leaves and saw IoT-connected devices coming. This includes video surveillance, which is now among the fastest growing industries in terms of data generation and adoption of new data storage technologies.
Facebook announces they will be banning private gun sales on its site, a move meant to clamp down on unlicensed gun transactions.
Because of recent news and my frequent visits through the security checkpoint, I have come to lack confidence in TSA employees.
For many years, physical and network security existed as separate disciplines, each managed by an independent operations team on its own side of the house with little or no crossover between the two.
Every summer, the Saratoga Race Course brings thousands of visitors to the City of Saratoga Springs, NY. The revenue generated during the racing season boosts the city’s economy for the rest of the year.
Thirty years ago, maybe more, the dream of the IP camera was about to make its debut. The technology, as I remember it, wasn’t all that well received, but that didn’t mean it was a bad idea. It became an exercise of marketing the future to the here and now.
In the past two years several high profile data breaches, namely the Target data breach in 2014, have put greater focus on the data security of all network connected devices.
Have you ever stopped to notice that as video surveillance goes, so goes the security industry? Nowhere is that more evident than in the major shift from analog to IP technology.
We almost never think about the fact that the public flows through our banks day after day or that suppliers and partners are in and out of branch locations, some requiring access to sensitive areas, all the time.
Each industry has its own specific requirements for photo ID card solutions. The guidelines used by each market vary depending on the type of badges that companies need to print and the frequency.
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