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New mobile deployment kit on display at IFSEC 2019

New mobile deployment kit on display at IFSEC 2019
HGH are showcasing its new 'Mobile Deployment Kit' for SPYNEL-M at IFSEC 2019 this week. The international company is well known for their 360° SPYNEL thermal sensors, used for security and defence applications. The SPYNEL-M sensor is the most compact and lightweight of the HGH SPYNEL range. The thermal camera is used for temporary protection of a perimeter during a mission (Police units, Special Forces), to secure the visit of a VIP, a public event, construction sites, or even borders.
19th June 2019

Laser-powered sensor to open up ‘anonymised’ security era

Laser-powered sensor to open up ‘anonymised’ security era
A sensor that uses an array of lasers to detect objects, people and vehicles could herald an era of anonymised surveillance that isolates threats from uninvolved people or objects. Cepton Technologies 3D Lidar detection system, the Vista-Edge Perception Evaluation Kit (PEK), combines the unerring accuracy of lasers to scan the environment in much the same way a radar does, but at a much higher resolution, building an image of the world around it regardless of lighting conditions.
19th June 2019

Integrated solutions optimised for video surveillance at IFSEC 2019

Integrated solutions optimised for video surveillance at IFSEC 2019
Storage solutions provider for the video surveillance market, Promise Technology is exhibiting at IFSEC 2019 this week and is introducing for the first time its Vess R3000 Series. With the global video surveillance market is estimated to grow over to $77.21bn by 2023, according to a recent report by BIS Research, Promise is expanding and enhancing its portfolio of solutions to meet rising demand with the introduction of a cloud-ready solution.
19th June 2019


How access management is playing a key role in enhancing cyber security

How access management is playing a key role in enhancing cyber security
Having attended my first Infosecurity Europe event this month, my eyes have well and truly been opened as to how much protection companies and individuals need from ongoing cyber threats. Cyber security issues are becoming a day to day struggle for businesses. Research from the Varonis Global Data Risk Report shows that most companies have unprotected data and poor cyber security practises in place.
19th June 2019

It’s time to take physical security seriously

It’s time to take physical security seriously
The USB stick is a common tech accessory that you’d find in most homes and nearly every office. Lightweight and easy to use, they are the perfect portable storage medium. Many of us depend on these sticks to transfer information between devices and store them as we shuttle about different locations. By Marcus Harvey, Sales Director EMEA at Targus
19th June 2019

Initiative to develop world’s tiniest trusted platform module announced

Initiative to develop world’s tiniest trusted platform module announced
Groundbreaking work to assure cyber security in the IoT era has been initiated, as the Trusted Computing Group (TCG) launched a new project to create the 'world’s tiniest Trusted Platform Module (TPM).' Many manufacturers want to build devices that include Roots of Trust for Measurement (RTM), Storage (RTS) and Reporting (RTR) so that these devices can work securely within the TCG Measurement and Attestation framework. Today, TPM chips are used to implement the RTS and RTR in a highly secure manner.
14th June 2019

Four reasons why you should have a VPN on your router

Four reasons why you should have a VPN on your router
Many people are becoming more aware of the importance of using a Virtual Private Network (VPN) when connecting to the internet. By encrypting your data and assigning you a virtual IP address, a VPN protects you from hackers, enables you to bypass geographical internet restrictions, and helps to save money on expenses like car rentals, hotel charges and airfare. By Jamie Cambell, Cyber Security Analyst, GoBestVPN.
7th June 2019

Only 44% of UK IT pros think they can detect insider threats

Only 44% of UK IT pros think they can detect insider threats
Newly released data from ObserveIT finds that only 44% of UK IT pros are completely confident they could detect an insider threat. An insider threat is when someone close to an organisation, an employee, contractor or trusted partner, misuses their authorised access to negatively impact the organisation’s critical information or systems, either on purpose or by accident.
7th June 2019

Security library receives ISO 26262 automotive safety certification

Security library receives ISO 26262 automotive safety certification
The ISO 26262 certification has been achieved by SecureRF Corporation, for its development methods used to deliver its advanced automotive security solutions. These methods, used to develop SecureRF’s quantum-resistant security tools, ensure the highest levels of quality for protecting the growing number of processors now found in today’s vehicles. 
6th June 2019

Testing against cyber-attacks with simulation technology

Testing against cyber-attacks with simulation technology
Cyber-security is often a story of the “weak link.” The following two recent cyber-security events involving USBs brings to light the importance of testing the system against cyber-attacks to eliminate this type of risk. Guest blog written by Michel Genard, Wind River.
31st May 2019


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