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  • Biometrics adoptions to grow further amid rising demands
    Biometrics solutions are seeing growing demands. More and more they are seen not just in government installations but also in private projects as well. This increase in demand is expected to further drive related products and solutions, according to Gemalto.
    Editor / Provider: William Pao, a&s International | Updated: 2017 / 11 / 24
  • Security 50 cites upbeat sentiment for 2017, 2018
    The year 2017 was still a growth year for security. Demands haven't diminished given persisting threats from terrorists as well as criminals. Yet due to competition and falling prices, growth has been moderate, not the kind of high-level growth that we saw in the middle part of this decade. Finally,
    Editor / Provider: William Pao, a&s International | Updated: 2017 / 12 / 5
  • Delta's new crash rated portable bollard system counteracts vehicle terrorists
    Delta Scientific, the leading manufacturer of counter-terrorist vehicle control systems used in the United States and internationally, announced that its new patent pending crash rated TB100 portable bollard system will let law enforcement and other security providers promptly block access to tempo
    Editor / Provider: Delta Scientific | Updated: 2017 / 11 / 17
  • Competitiveness in security spurs need for personal development
    The security industry is a highly competitive industry. As a result professionals constantly find themselves in need of brushing up their skills to maintain competitiveness. This can be done through training.
    Editor / Provider: William Pao, a&s International | Updated: 2017 / 11 / 8
  • Stadiums become more intelligent with new technology
    Although no technology can predict or prevent an outside attack from happening, stadiums can now use new technologies alongside traditional ones to maximize their efficiency when responding to such events.
    Editor / Provider: Eifeh Strom, Freelancer | Updated: 2017 / 10 / 20
  • The 10 musts of museum access control — and one technology that does them all
    When Munch's The Scream was stolen from an Oslo museum in 1994, the thieves left a handwritten postcard. It read: “Thanks for the poor security.” As that famous heist and others show, every exhibit risks theft, damage, vandalism or terrorism — both carefully planned and opportunistic. In 2008, a gal
    Editor / Provider: ASSA ABLOY | Updated: 2017 / 10 / 9
  • Tackling the unknown with stadium security
    Thousands of people flood stadiums to watch major sporting events, not to mention the millions of viewers watching from home. With such a large viewership, stadiums have become a target for terrorists and others trying to make a statement.
    Editor / Provider: Eifeh Strom, Freelancer | Updated: 2017 / 10 / 9


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