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HID Global to Enhance Identity Management Portfolio With Quantum Secure Acquisition

HID Global has acquired software solutions provider Quantum Secure to help end users address needs in managing identity, risk and compliance.



Secret Service Director Joseph P. Clancy admitted his agency erased video surveillance footage of agents driving into a barricade that blocked off a bomb-threat investigation 72 hours after the incident. SSI Staff · March 24, 2015

ProtectWise, founded by network security industry pioneer Scott Chasin, unveils a “cloud DVR” that delivers real-time and automated retroactive threat detection. SSI Staff · March 24, 2015

The American Gaming Association argues the Department of Homeland Security has not ranked gaming as a priority industry. SSI Staff · March 24, 2015

The TSA included a reminder about the bats and other prohibited sporting goods in its annual spring-break travel tips this week, under the category of sporting goods. SSI Staff · March 23, 2015

According to police, the man accused of attacking TSA agents at a New Orleans airport was armed with Molotov cocktails and a barbeque lighter. SSI Staff · March 23, 2015

Orthodox Jews observing the Sabbath — held from sundown on Friday to sundown on Saturday — will oftentimes leave a hot plate or a stove burner on overnight to keep food warm to avoid violating a stricture against working. SSI Staff · March 23, 2015

Ensuring a sale impacts more than one department within a client’s company allows an integrator to demonstrate tangible return on investment. Gain the knowledge and tools to win the ROI battle by flipping conversations from security as cost center to cost-saver. By Scott Lindley · March 23, 2015

Washington Dulles International Airport officials are testing out facial recognition technology that will help to investigate individuals flying to the U.S. from another country. SSI Staff · March 23, 2015

Based on recent incidents, an action plan and refocus needs to start now to address each and every aspect, everything, for both the physical and electronic security systems at the White House. Jeff Zwirn · March 23, 2015

Electronic security contractors say ‘Alarmageddon’ will hit when devices become so intelligent that they no longer need the security industry. Learn what security alarm installers can do to survive this potentially grim dilemma. By Larry Folsom · March 20, 2015




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