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Unisys provides IT services such as consultation, integration and security. The prime market for Unisys services is the government sector and the company operates globally in this market. With such a high profile customer base, security is a key element of the services provided.
Through its best of breed approach and partnerships with technology providers, Unisys can deliver integrated IT solutions in such areas as intelligent IP surveillance systems and biometric vascular recognition access control.
Cloud based collaborative capabilities for UK police
07 November, 2014
HOLMES system from Unisys to be used by UK police for cloud-based collaborative investigations and incident management
Encrypted communication for web and cloud security
24 July, 2013
Unisys launches its Stealth Solution for Amazon Web Services for encrypted cloud communications for enterprise clients
Stealth Data Encryption to Assist US Special Operations Command
07 January, 2010
Unisys and Advanced C4 Solutions to work with US Defence Information Agency to develop network and storage protection solutions using data encryption and bit-splitting to simplify network communications without compromising on levels of data security
LA Airport security contract awarded to Unisys
17 December, 2009
Integrated physical, IT and personnel security system to be implemented at Los Angeles World Airports by Unisys
Biometric boom prediction for 2010
10 December, 2009
Unisys is predicting that 2010 will see the use of biometrics at borders and as a mobile identity verification technology on the streets increase significantly as part of an overall technology take-up trend in security
Comprehensive anti-fraud advice from Unisys
02 December, 2009
Unisys is offering detailed advice on how to avoid becoming a victim to thieves and con-men during the high season for criminal activity both on-line and in the real world
ID Theft and card fraud top fear list
22 April, 2009
Research from Unisys Security Index points to card fraud and ID theft as the main security anxieties experienced by people regardless of location
High capacity comms network for Pennsylvania police
20 March, 2009
Unisys to supply Pennsylvania police with the capability to transmit mission-critical information including suspect photographs between servers and patrol cars
RFID materials order from US Government
19 January, 2009
Unisys to support the US move to open standard RFID use for its distribution network with order for RFID III hardware and software
National security remains highest concern for Americans
20 November, 2008
Despite the effects of the financial crisis, the majority of Americans still rate national security as their highest concern according to Unisys survey
RFID technology for US land border crossings
20 November, 2008
Unisys to equip north American land frontiers with RFID reader and license plate reader equipment to minimise delays for travellers.
DHS secure e-mail order for Unisys
06 November, 2008
Unisys to supply identity management software for secure e-mail at the US Citizenship and Immigration Services department
Federal systems expert becomes Unisys managing partner
22 October, 2008
Experienced manager takes position at Unisys as managing partner for Civilian Agencies
New head for federal systems division
06 October, 2008
Unisys brings on new chief to control its federal systems business focussing on sales and customer services for government contracts
EU immigration portal to be created by Unisys
06 October, 2008
Unisys to develop single point of information web resource for immigration assistance for European Union countries
E-mail management and security for Welsh police
11 September, 2008
Unisys UK to provide outsourced e-mail management and security services for the 2500 strong North Wales Police
Angolan biometric citizen ID system to be supplied by Unisys
03 September, 2008
Ministry of Justice in the Republic of Angola to make use of biometric based citizen ID system in order to reduce cases of fraud and improve the existing ID system
Unisys bids for TSA contract
27 August, 2008
IT infrastructure contract at the US Transportation Security Administration sees Unisys enter the fray after competitive field narrows
Consumer survey puts identity theft as top fear
01 July, 2008
Unisys Security Index report identifies financial fraud and identity theft as being the top fears for consumers
Unisys support US justice department bailiff program
27 June, 2008
Asset seizures in the customs department and Food and Drug administration to be performed by personnel supplied by Unisys
Police data integration support extended
24 June, 2008
Criminal intelligence system at Humberside Police in the UK combines diverse sources of data to enable more effective detection
Increase in US concern over security focuses on banks
21 May, 2008
With financial problems continuing in America, the banking industry faces further challenges due to deteriorating trust in financial information security systems.
Biometric identity verification for Canadian airports
08 May, 2008
Secure areas in Canadian airports to be protected by biometric fingerprint and iris recognition systems provided by Unisys.
Asset tracking supports DOJ asset forfeiture program.
17 April, 2008
Unisys supports law enforcement efforts with tracking and management of seized assets as part of the Department of Justice asset forfeiture program.
Biometric based smart card access control for Los Angeles port.
16 April, 2008
Digital photograph and fingerprint template to form part of biometric authentication process for Los Angeles port access control system for port employees.
Integrated passport reader and information system for US borders.
29 January, 2008
Unisys to provide US land borders with ANPR system with integrated document validity confirmation and RFID passport reader.
Critical infrastructure support extension
25 January, 2008
Unisys expands on its support of Minneapolis emergency services control to cover all critical computing infrastructure for the city.
Networked town surveillance for Philadelphia.
19 November, 2007
Unisys to supply 250 outdoor surveillance cameras networked to a central monitoring facility in the American city of Philadelphia.
Unisys releases results of global security survey.
30 October, 2007
Analysis of global security index covers different aspects of security and puts emerging economies at the top of the list concerning general security and border integrity.
Top security worries for American people.
30 October, 2007
National security and identity theft remain the top two security issues for American people according to a survey by Unisys.
Biometric vascular recognition system for Canadian port.
13 August, 2007
Staff access to the Canadian port of Halifax will be controlled using Unisys vascular recognition technology using highly secure biometric recognition technology to comply with strict transport infrastructure admission regulations.