Here is a Q&A that answers questions about spoofing the voter. The answers come from Chris Krebbs, CISA director.
The most recent elections is the most secure in the nation’s history. Or, is it? Government officials say it is the most secure ever.
SIA recently submitted a letter to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Commissioner Stephen Hahn with a focus on an awareness that some companies are not following FDA guidelines related to the use of thermal imaging systems during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As we shop from the safety of our homes and fuel the digital economy, we expose ourselves to a great amount of risk, and fraudsters are taking advantage of this sharp increase in online shopping over the course of the COVID-19 crisis.
To be successful in financial services, banks, investment firms and other institutions need to prove to their customer base that they are safe and trustworthy. Yet many still rely on passwords, PINs and other knowledge-based authentication factors—which are not only unreliable, but also insecure.
The 2020 election season is a Big Deal as well it should be. The Vote, as foundational parts of the whole, is complicated in practice with history showing us just how complicated it can be. Protecting the process and making sure the Vote is fair, secure, and timely, is vital to American Democracy.
The American Crime Prevention Institute (ACPI) has developed a comprehensive training and education program designed as a vital step in strengthening community trust and respect for law enforcement.
Eagle Eye Networks has raised $40 million of Series E funding from venture capital firm Accel (Facebook, Spotify, DocuSign) to continue its growth and expand its technology leadership.
To get excited about selling smaller surveillance projects at first thought is anti-intuitive. However, it may be best for the diversification and long-term growth for most integrators.
Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Acting Secretary Chad Wolf recently announced the opening of the DHS Center for Countering Human Trafficking