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Read: Navy to Begin Using Biometrics for Access Control

Navy to Begin Using Biometrics for Access Control

The Navy has begun transitioning to DBIDS to capture biometric data and verify visitors.

Read: How Will Donald Trump as President Impact Cybersecurity?

How Will Donald Trump as President Impact Cybersecurity?

Donald Trump will most likely face a cybercrisis within his first 100 days of presidency.

Read: DMP to Introduce New Products at ASIS 2015

DMP to Introduce New Products at ASIS 2015

Products aimed for banking, retail, government and other applications.

Read: Ask the Experts: Security Integrator Government Market Success Secrets

Ask the Experts: Security Integrator Government Market Success Secrets

SSI picked the brains of various experts from different subject matters on how to succeed in the government sector trade business.

Read: Integrators Offer Assistance to Department of Homeland Security Researchers

Integrators Offer Assistance to Department of Homeland Security Researchers

The Security Industry Association (SIA) is helping the Department of Homeland Security better focus on technology to combat threats.

Read: It’s No Secret: Bush Incident Shows Secret Service Needs to Brush Up on Security Basics

It’s No Secret: Bush Incident Shows Secret Service Needs to Brush Up on Security Basics

An industry security systems expert calls foul in reaction to recent news that former U.S. President George H.W. Bush’s home alarm system has been offline more than a year.

Read: Report: George H.W. Bush’s Home Security Alarm Broken for 13 Months

Report: George H.W. Bush’s Home Security Alarm Broken for 13 Months

The Secret Service took more than a year to make repairs to the broken alarm system at former president George H.W. Bush’s Houston residence.

Read: Secret Service’s Policy to Destroy Video Surveillance After 3 Days Probed

Secret Service’s Policy to Destroy Video Surveillance After 3 Days Probed

The Secret Service’s policy to record over surveillance footage after 72 hours has raised concerns with members of Congress.

Read: Homeland Security Shutdown Looms as Lawmakers Spar Over Funding

Homeland Security Shutdown Looms as Lawmakers Spar Over Funding

Funding for the Department of Homeland Security is set to expire on Feb. 27 if government officials cannot reach a consensus.

Read: G4S Government Solutions Goes Private for $135M

G4S Government Solutions Goes Private for $135M

G4S Government Solutions has sold its firm to a private equity firm for $135 million. The deal does not include G4S Secure Solutions.

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