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Submitted on August 14, 2004 | Security Electronics and Networks
It’s feared that smart crooks could uncover details of a smart card from the signals emanating from a reader. Hitachi worked with Technische Universitaet Darmstadt to develop the technology and company says it plans to bring the cards to market...
Submitted on August 14, 2004 | Security Electronics and Networks
ASIS will provide Ridge's department with access to more than 27,000 security professionals in the U.S., many of them responsible for protecting life and property in private corporations and other institutions that are parts of our national critical infrastructures. This...
Submitted on August 14, 2004 | Security Electronics and Networks
The review showed that of those present during a house fire, 74 per cent thought they’d never experience a fire and 50 per cent said they had no house fire escape plan in place. And while 64 per cent said...
Submitted on August 14, 2004 | Security Electronics and Networks
It’s a departure from the usual technique where holes are made in the casing of bombs and then try to use a number of methods to force the explosive out of the casing. The challenge with the forcing process is...
Submitted on August 14, 2004 | Security Electronics and Networks
“Digital One is a progressive new approach to video security and surveillance systems operation that embodies both existing analog systems products and new digital IP-based systems products,” Panasonic Vice President Frank Abram said in a statement. “It is an all-encompassing...
Submitted on August 14, 2004 | Security Electronics and Networks
Supply chains can be thrown into disarray for many reasons. A severe storm can delay urgently needed raw materials. A major dock strike can halt the movement of goods. Then there are low-probability, high-impact incidents such as an earthquake or...
Submitted on August 14, 2004 | Security Electronics and Networks
According to Mr. Howard, ASIO now has greater funding that any time since the Cold War and has doubled in size, while $A872 million has been allocated to improving intelligence. Mr Howard called on private industry to continue spending on...
Submitted on August 14, 2004 | Security Electronics and Networks
"We are excited to be working with Plug Power, a leading-edge provider of new technologies targeted at the telecommunications industry," said Terrence Cummings, vice president and general manager, Tyco Electronic Installation Services. "This relationship will enhance the growth opportunities available...
Submitted on July 10, 2004 | Security Electronics and Networks
The Lenel OnGuard Total Security Knowledge Management Solution provides a comprehensive security solution to customers in a wide range of markets, including government, educational, healthcare, industrial, technology, manufacturing, telecommunications, finance, transportation and defense, among others. OnGuard offers a suite of...
Submitted on July 10, 2004 | Security Electronics and Networks
A member of the judging panel said, “...what iOmniscient has to offer is years ahead of anything else we have seen to date." He went on to say that “...organizations should consider it their Duty of Care if they decide...
Submitted on July 10, 2004 | Security Electronics and Networks
Total robbery (not street crime) is down by 12 per cent - includes robbery of personal property down by 11 per cent, and business property down by 25 per cent for April and May 2004 compared with the same period...
Submitted on July 10, 2004 | Security Electronics and Networks
The Application Market Penetration Leadership Award recognized Recognition Systems’ strong market presence in the biometrics industry and its effective penetration into the physical access/time and attendance segment. “Recognition Systems is not only a global pioneer and leader in the hand...
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