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NATO
The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation was formed in 1948 shortly after the second world war and is a military union of European countries and America, formed to create a united defence against external threats from non-member countries. After the end of the cold war, NATO re-defined its strategies and continues to institute and maintain political programs for the maintenance of peace.
Dual purpose surveillance protects landmark accommodation
Providing views of local scenery and protecting the premises against security threats, Vivotek cameras are serving a dual purpose at the Belle Tout Lighthouse
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
Gesture technology smartphone based access control trial
HID Global is undergoing a trial at Vanderbilt University for using smartphones with gesture technology to facilitate access with a tap or a twist
IP surveillance protects Indian hospital
Fortis Healthcare facility in the Indian city of Ludhiana gains IP surveillance systems from Vivotek for the protection of patients and facilities
5MP fisheye dome camera with IR LED illumination
Two new dome cameras have been launched with all round vision, 5 megapixel resolution and IR LED illumination for night vision
Single-sign-on company acquisition
LogMeIn expands its authentication product portfolio with the acquisition of single-sign-on and access management company, Meldium
High definition infra-red bullet camera
Sony is exhibiting its dual light system infra-red bullet camera with high definition optics for day and night surveillance operations
Asian bank upgrades to IP surveillance
Extensive branch networks at Bank SinoPac have upgraded their CCTV surveillance from analogue to IP technology with help from Vivotek
Hologram association targets China in campaign
The IHMA has launched an initiative to encourage greater adoption of holograms in the Chinese region to combat counterfeiting
ID card equipment distributor to present latest technology at IFSEC
Essentra Security will be at IFSEC this year with its range of equipment from various suppliers in the ID management industry
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
Real time network video recording across 32 channels
ABUS launches a 32-channel network video recorder with built in video management for high performance recording of IP surveillance images
European ID and authentication agreement endorsed
STORK comments on the endorsement of a regulation in Europe on electronic identification and authentication
Dome camera wins design award
A PTZ network dome camera from Axis Communications has received a Red Dot award for innovative design for easy installation and unobtrusive profile
Biometric technology being used for tracking vaccinations
Children in Benin are having their vaccination histories tracked with the help of multispectral biometric fingerprint imaging technology
European digital identity recommendations published
Recommendations have been provided for supporting the EC for prioritising tasks in the establishment of a single European Identity Community
Metropolitan surveillance in harsh Mongolian climate
A city in Mongolia is protecting its residents with a public safety surveillance system design for harsh climates using Vivotek equipment
Conference on securing Europe's critical infrastructure
London event in February provides international forum for professionals responsible for the security of critical national infrastructure
Study shows cyberbullying risk for young teenagers
14-15 year old's online behaviour is putting them at increased risk of cyber-bullying, according to a study carried out for Safer Internet Day
IP security technology protects ancient cathedral in Milan
Milan Cathedral has installed a 24-hour video surveillance system for the protection of its perimeter and rooftop terraces
European conference on the protection of critical infrastructure
Critical infrastructure protection is at the heart of a new conference which will take place for security system providers and risk managers during February in London
Digital degree certificates prevent counterfeiting
The University of Malaya is counteracting fraud and the counterfeiting of degree certificates with the use of Thales hardware security modules and time stamp servers
Cryptographic technology combats surveillance threat
Cryptovision fights back against international and domestic surveillance with the release of crypto solutions with no hidden backdoors
IP bullet network camera used in wildlife photography
Network cameras from Vivotek are being used to capture wildlife in documentary films due to high quality day and night imaging with robust construction for use outdoors
Report examines extent of concern about cyber-bullying
Online bullying is the subject of a McAfee report released today which reveals that only a tenth of parents believe their children are safe from bullying when using the internet
Housing association protects staff with lone worker devices
100 lone workers at the Cartrefi Cymunedol Gwynedd housing association are being protected with GPS monitoring using Identicom
Entry level dome camera achieves IK8 impact rating
All plastic housing dome cameras manufactured by Samsung Techwin gain IK impact resistance ratings with IK8 rating for low cost camera
Integrated security platform protects Danish town
Alleroed in Denmark is tackling anti-social crime with video surveillance controlled using the XProtect Enterprise IP video management software from Milestone Systems
IS Audit and Assurance Guideline feedback sought
ISACA is soliciting feedback on updates it has made to its set of IS audit and assurance guideline drafts
Day and night fixed mini dome with vandal resistance
Axis releases a 3-megapixel fixed mini dome camera with HD colour imaging in the daytime and IR illumination for night use and low lighting levels
Detention centre policy compliance with key control
Morse Watchman's Keywatcher key control system is enabling a detention centre in New Mexico to conform to local rules and policies
NATO information assurance listing for software encryption
DISK protection foundation encryption software from BeCrypt gains entry into NATO information assurance product catalogue
High tech surveillance installation monitors presidential debate
Milestone VMS has formed the heart of a security system involving multiple technologies including thermal and wireless systems to monitor the recent US presidential debate
High profile attacks result in calls for greater cooperation
After falling victim to recent cyber attacks, NATO and BSkyB are both pledging greater collaboration on countering such threats
Hotel chain standardizes on Samsung Surveillance
Fourteen Radisson hotels in the UK have taken video surveillance systems from Samsung Techwin to standardize on their security operations
Women's centre gets HD surveillance donation
Avigilon is supporting a Women's Centre in a poor district of Vancouver with the donation of a high-definition security surveillance system
2 Megapixel full HD video camera range launched
Samsung Techwin has launched a new range of 2 megapixel network video cameras with full high definition capabilities
Irish Garda upgrade custody suites with new locks and hatches
Custodial facilities of the Irish police upgraded to provide improved safety and security using locks and hatches from Pickersgill-Kaye
Future security for Windows against APTs
SANS Institute draws link between Microsoft support withdrawal for XP and a re-evaluation of security to cope with advanced persistent threats
HD dome cameras gain adaptive IR technology
H.264 dome cameras from Avigilon gain adaptive infrared technology for enabling surveillance in total darkness
Basic control processes needed to combat hacking
A resport from Varonis reveals a lack of basic control as the primary cause for recent increases in hacking
Custodial cell locks with no ligature attachment points
Irish custodial suites are being fitted with cell locks and hatches from Pickersgill-Kaye designed to increase safety towards prisoners vulnerable to suicide risk
Best encryption award for Datacryptor
The Datacryptor data encryption product from Thales has won a 2013 Global Excellence award in the Info Security Products Guide
Miniduke malware identified
Kaspersky Lab analyses customised malware designed to use the back door to attack government organisations
Counter terrorism expert joins biometrics company
Veteran military and counter-terrorism professional to head business development for Cross Match Technologies for biometrics deployment in defence applications
Automatic target tracking in PTZ cameras
The PTZ range of cameras from Videotec now benefit from automatic control on alerts from SightTracker from SightLogix
IS Audit and Assurance Standards open for comment
ISACA is encouraging visitors to its website to comment on the latest version of the organization's IS Audit and Assurance Standards
Disk Encryption With Two Factor Tokenless Authentication
Sophos SafeGuard Enterprise protected equipment can now benefit from tokenless 2FA disk encryption resulting from partnership between SecurEnvoy and Sophos
Security Company Holds Joint Open Day With Its Partners
Corps Security is being joined by TDSi, GJD and Xtralis on the open day it is holding in late October
Advance Fee Fraud Hits US and UK
Bitdefender is warning of a new wave of an old fraud campaign in which victims are duped into sending cash or revealing sensitive personal information
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