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Highly Sensitive Camera will Identify Explosives at Airports

Highly Sensitive Camera will Identify Explosives at Airports

A new technology that claims to be able to identify weapons hidden under people’s clothing as they walk through checkpoints, remedy is currently under trial at a handful of international airports. It  is being used to provide an additional layer of security against landside attacks. The new technology, ThruVis, developed by UK based security technology […]

New Night Vision LED to Integrate in Automotive Systems

New Night Vision LED to Integrate in Automotive Systems

Cyber Attacks — The Worse is still Ahead

Cyber Attacks — The Worse is still Ahead

Autonomous Vehicles – An Approaching Reality

Autonomous Vehicles – An Approaching Reality

DHS Calls on Border Technological Back-Up

DHS Calls on Border Technological Back-Up

Salient CRGT, a worldwide provider of training development and delivery, software development, data analytics, mobility, cyber security, and infrastructure solutions, recently announced a contract with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T), to provide development, integration and evaluation in support of Borders & Maritime Research. This five-year effort is valued at […]

North Korea Continues Developing its Nuclear Arsenal

North Korea Continues Developing its Nuclear Arsenal

New Video Analytics Technlogy for Business and Security

New Video Analytics Technlogy for Business and Security

Uber Uses Selfies for Enhancing Security

Uber Uses Selfies for Enhancing Security

Uber’s latest security feature is Real-Time ID Check, which uses Microsoft Cognitive Services to protect both riders and drivers. Real-Time ID Check prompts drivers to share a selfie before going online to help ensure the driver using the app matches the account Uber has on file. This prevents fraud and protects drivers’ accounts from being […]

Are US Elections’ Software Systems Critical Infrastructure?

Are US Elections’ Software Systems Critical Infrastructure?

Efforts will be coordinated through the National Association of Secretaries of State, a Washington organization that represents the elected officials who certify state vote counts around the US. More than 9,000 US jurisdictions will work together to add up digital and paper ballots on Election Day. Robert Silvers, DHS assistant secretary for cyber policy said […]

Serious Security Flaws Found in Fitness Trackers

Serious Security Flaws Found in Fitness Trackers