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What to know when securing renewable energy plants

What to know when securing renewable energy plants

Interestingly, the nature of renewable energy has an impact on how plants insist on its security being handled too....
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    Zetes, an international supplier of solutions for the automated identification of goods and people, in partnership with The National Company for the Issue of Administrative and Identity Documents (SNEDAI), launched its projects with the Ivorian authorities: the biometric visa and the biometric diplo...
  • Datacard Group Provides Solution for National Identity System in Guatemala
    Datacard Group, a provider of secure ID and card personalization solutions, announced that it would supply card personalization equipment and software for the national identification system planned in Guatemala. The country's Registro Nacional de Personas intends to issue electronic identity (eID) c...
  • Managed Wireless Security Services to Reach US$1 Billion by 2014, Says ABI Research
    The market for managed wireless security services will more than triple in size over the next five years, experiencing a recession-resistant compound annual growth rate of 27 percent from 2008 to 2014, and exceeding $1 billion by the end of that period.
  • OnSSI Continues Organization Expansion and Announces New Regional Sales Manager
    On-Net Surveillance Systems (OnSSI), a developer of intelligent IP video surveillance systems, announced that Adam Messina has joined the company as Regional Sales Manager for Northeast (U.S.). Messina will be responsible for managing OnSSI's manufacturer representatives and channel partners in the ...
  • U.K. Could Save Billions Scrapping ID Cards
    Research from public sector analysts Kable suggests that the U.K. could save up to US$5 billion if controversial plans for a national ID card scheme were scrapped.
    The study found that the cost of the identity cards, the national identity register and fingerprints on passports could save US$5 bil...
  • MDI and Almana Networks International Announce Merger Agreement
    MDI and Almana Networks International announced that they have entered into a merger agreement under which Almana will merge with MDI in an all-stock transaction. Almana is a privately held global technology and electronic security solution provider focusing on critical infrastructure, public safety...
  • AVerMedia Recognized for Home Security Solutions by the IHTA
    AVerMedia Information, a provider of surveillance and presentation technology, was recognized by the Innovative Housing Technology Awards (IHTA) for advancements in home security solutions with hybrid DVRs.
  • DHS Secretary Announces Global Entry Expansion to 13 Additional Airports
    Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Janet Napolitano announced the expansion of the Global Entry initiative — US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) pilot program — that streamlines the screening process at airports for trusted travelers through biometric identification to 13 additional ...
  • Digimarc Awarded Contract to Help Secure Nuclear Weapons in US Navy Custody
    Digimarc Corporation announced that it was officially awarded a contract by Battelle Energy Alliance, in the amount of US$920,700, to help create a system to ensure the security and safety of strategic weapons facilities.
  • US Testing Equipment Chooses GE Security for Air Cargo Facilities
    GE Security, a business of GE Enterprise Solutions, announced its initial order of 15 units of the latest security product from US Testing Equipment, one of GE Security's authorized distributors for sales of Transportation Security Administration (TSA)-approved explosive trace detection systems for ...