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The Security Industry Association (SIA) has released its "Privacy Framework," a 12-item guideline addressing privacy issues related to security technologies ... September 13, 2010

New video surveillance products and solutions are often touted as having a game-changing influence on the market, leaving security integrators and end users to sort out fact from fiction. SSI queried industry experts to highlight several technologies whose time really has come. By Rodney Bosch · August 31, 2010

Access control solutions provider HID Global has included key additions to its product portfolio to expand the company's presence in the North American radio frequency identification (RFID) market ... August 17, 2010

Oklahoma Gov. Brad Henry vetoed a bill that would have prevented radio frequency identification (RFID) tags from being put into driver’s licenses and state identification cards... May 12, 2010

Kaba Multihousing & Institutional of Madison Heights, Mich., launches the RezShield multihousing access control system, which includes the new 79 contactless RFID electronic lock. SSI Staff · December 10, 2009

September 30, 2008

Here we go again; a different technology, but a similar story. RFID (radio frequency identification) has reached a point of large popularity. It is being used today everywhere from tracking library books, retail items and military inventory to personal identification and security access cards. It is also found in remote automobile access, toll payment transponders, basic smart cards and ... February 29, 2008

The California state Senate passed legislation that would bar employers from requiring workers to have identification devices implanted under their ... September 30, 2007

January 31, 2005

Under a new agreement, Checkpoint Systems Inc. will install electronic article surveillance (EAS) technology in 5,300 CVS/Pharmacy Inc. stores. July 13, 2004




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