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The Transportation Worker Identification Credential is a maritime port security program to ensure unaccompanied access to American ports is granted only to those who have been vetted and issued with a card. The card itself is based on biometric parameters including fingerprint and face recognition. The program is run by the Transportation Security Administration under the wing of the Department of Homeland Security with enrolment and reader testing taking place during 2007-2008 and completion of roll-out scheduled for 2009
CCTV supplier opens training office and showroom in UK
Hikvision has expanded its presence in the UK with a new facility in Uxbridge for use as an office as well as showroom and training suite
Integrated document OS has high read speed
Testing confirms speed of Gemalto operating system embedded in Sealys electronic passports
Ready access to information causes digital amnesia
Kaspersky Lab researches global attitudes towards information retention and the easy availability to digital memory sources
Integrated access control for UK university
University of East Anglia integrates Aperio door control from Assa Abloy into its access management system
Why small businesses should avoid free anti virus products
Konstantin Voronokov, Head of Endpoint Product Management at Kaspersky Lab explains why using free anti virus software might not be a good idea for small businesses
Tightening security at amateur sports clubs
Locksmith trade association warns amateur sports clubs of increased thefts and provides advice on improving security
File sharing security for logistics company
Varonis has provided a German logistics company with DatAdvantage to manage file permissions and security groups
Security breach impact on virtual infrastructure
Report shows companies running virtual infrastructures suffer higher costs resulting from security breaches
Industry award for UK security officer
A security officer from Axis Security has received an award for distinctive service in the ACS Pacesetters scheme
Access control upgrade at London airport
London's Gatwick airport now has intelligent routing of passengers as part of an upgrade ot the security systems
Mobile device use increases at Transport for London
London transport provider almost doubles its use of mobile tablet devices over the last two years to streamline activities
Compression technology for reduced video storage requirements
Zipstream technology from Axis Communications enables IP surveillance camera users to reduce bandwidth and storage levels
Security company strengthens Algerian operations
Pilgrims Group is strengthening its position in Algeria with the appointment of a new Country Director
ANPR reduces crime at business parks in Scotland
Axis Communications has been working alongside its ANPR business partner to bring tighter security to business parks and industrial estates in Scotland
Hardware encrypted flash drives now available as USB 3.0 devices
IronKey increases data read and write speeds to its latest addition to its secure flash memory storage with the adoption of USB 3.0 connectivity
Stepping up to the changing demands in airport security
Securitas specialist, Mark Allen, explains how the company is stepping up to the increasing needs of aviation security needs
Key management system installed at Twickenham Stadium
Rugby venue, Twickenham, is improving security ahead of the Rugby World Cup with the installation of key management from Traka
Human factors in corporate cyber security
Cisco explains how the insider threat isn't necessarily malicious but stems from employees unwittingly putting corporate data at risk
Travelling executives warned of Darkhotel threat
Highly targeted cyber espionage techniques are being used against commercial travellers with highly valuable information warns Kaspersky Lab
Dual award nominations for security company
Quadrant Security Group is inline for two wins at the IFSEC security excellence awards for 2014
Surveillance system protects historic studios
The renovated Twickenham Studios in London has been given a fresh security system with the installation of surveillance equipment from Samsung Techwin
Continuous file assessment gives security the edge in finding malware
Terry Greer-King, Director of Cyber Security at Cisco explains Advanced Persistent Threats and the ability of modern security software in assessing vulnerabilities
Underside vehicle scanner provides protection at Gatwick
Gatwick airport has installed equipment from Chemring to inspect the underside of vehicles as the pass from road to airside
Simplified software support agreements for NVR equipment
Users of the VideoEdge hybrid recorder and NVR range from American Dynamics can now benefit from a new simplified Software Support Agreement
Affordable Cyber Security Accreditation for Public Sector suppliers
The SME segment of the UK's public sector supply chain gains affordable cyber security accreditation from HP enterprise services
Central management console for security appliances
Cyberoam Central Console provides enterprises with the ability to manage double the number of security appliances
Organizational weak links contribute to increasingly dynamic threat landscape
Cisco's security report for the first half of 2014 shows trends in the threat landscape with more exploits targeting known weaknesses and legacy applications
Hostile vehicle mitigation specialist joins PSSA
The Perimeter Security Suppliers Association has gained HVM specialist Townscape Products as a new member
Transmitter enables analogue to HD over coax transition
Intersil has released the TW6872 video transmitter for transmitting over extended cable distances and deploying HD video over existing analogue coax cabling
Access control company announces global business partner awards
CEM Systems has recognized the achievements of its business partners globally in the company's 2014 awards for celebrating success in EMEA and APAC
WDR fully-featured network cameras
Axis has added two new network cameras to its range featuring wide dynamic range for operation day and night in mixed environments
IT security gap widens with extended BYOD
Webroot survey shows how unsecured employee owned devices now outnumber the quantity of devices managed by the companies they work for
Food manufacturer mitigates night shift risk with lone worker protection
Skyguard has supplied a Scottish food manufacturing company with lone worker protection alarms for use by personnel working on machinery during the night shift
Phishing attack research findings
Kaspersky Lab looks into the anatomy of phishing attacks, discovering that around a third are aimed at the theft of money
Multi-layered DDoS protection for Russia during Olympic event
Russia's Rostelecom protected its web services during the Sochi winter Olympic games with the use of DDoS threat mitigation services from Arbor Networks
Aviation specialist joins biometric technology supplier
Human Recognition Systems commits to aiport passenger identification management market with the appointment to its board of an aviation specialist
Tokenless two-factor authentication with single use Q-Codes
Innovative One-time password system developed using a Q-code passed to users telephone as a form of two-factor authentication
Vulnerabilities in a brave new world of the internet of things
Richard Moulds, VP Strategy at Thales e-Security examines the internet of things, how it affects peoples' daily lives and the vulnerabilities that it introduces
Network monitoring data capture card
Low cost PCI card provides IT administrators with packet capture capabilities for full network monitoring applications
Unsecured intimate content at risk on Valentine's day
McAfee is warning against being too intimate in electronic communications in the run-up to valentine's day with almost a third of people not having any basic security in place on their smartphones
Automatic passenger verification for Gatwick Airport
London's Gatwick Airport takes innovative biometric passenger tracking system for increased security through its entire passenger handling process
Phishing attempts plague UK office workers
Phishme study shows that office employees in the UK are seeing an increasing quantity of phishing e-mails on a daily basis
New system on chip improves detail capture
Cameras featuring the new ARTPEC-5 system on chip have greater capabilities for video processing and analytics requiring detail such as ANPR
Low light optimization features on new range of cameras
IP megapixel surveillance cameras from Mobotix now feature low-light optimization to deliver high contrast imaging in poor illumination
Personal alarms help school meet inclusivity policy
Westgate School is using emergency personal alarm systems to enable them to locate disabled students in case of fire
UK workers can't resist clicking on web links
Sourcefire study in the UK finds that only 10% of the workforce never click on web links that they receive via e-mail
High frame rate fixed network cameras
New High Definition cameras in the Axis range have double the frame rate for capturing high speed movements
Mobile security product range based on biometric authentication
A range of products have been created for iOS and Android mobile devices which make use of Tactivo fingerprint readers to provide security
Mobile CCTV to be deployed on Cardiff buses
CCTV surveillance is being used to provide a safer environment for pubic transport users in Cardiff with extra mobile cameras being fitted to Cardiff buses
Improved power on content security appliance
The WatchGuard XCS 880 benefits from increased processing power, doubling throughput whilst reducing energy on content security appliance
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