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Network Information Technology chosen as ievo’s META distributor

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Network Information Technology chosen as ievo’s META distributor Network Information Technology has been selected by ievo as its META distributor. Located in Newcastle, UK, the manufacturer of fingerprint biometric solutions has declared that the Network Information Technology (NIT), an Ingram Micro company, has been labelled the distributor for their broad range of products within the…

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FST Biometrics’ Shahar Belkin: “Convenient security has always been our goal”

FST Biometrics Shahar Belkin: "Convenient security has always been our goal”

FST Biometrics’ Shahar Belkin: “Convenient security has always been our goal” At this year’s ISC West security trade show in Las Vegas, FST Biometrics won the SIA New Product Showcase for its IMID Access 4.0 biometric access control technology. Security News Desk speaks to Shahar Belkin about the company’s latest developments and where the future…

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HydroLife health and rehabilitation centre in Israel adopts FST Biometrics’ visual identification system

HydroLife health and rehabilitation centre in Israel adopts FST Biometrics' visual identification system

HydroLife health and rehabilitation centre in Israel adopts FST Biometrics’ visual identification system Leading visual identification solutions provider, FST Biometrics, has had its cutting-edge In Motion Identification (IMID) visual identification system successfully deployed at the HydroLife Centre, a health club and wellness centre located in Shaar HaNegev, Israel, the company has announced. FST said its award-winning…

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Euro 2016 and Rio Olympics Security in SecurityNewsDesk #19

Euro 2016 and Rio Olympics security in SecurityNewsDesk #19

Our newspaper aims to challenge the reader and the security industry, to provoke a conversation about the nature and future of security around the world. In this issue, we look at the latest in Surveillance, Biometrics, Euro 2016 and Rio Olympics security in SecurityNewsDesk #19.

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Suprema named to the World’s Top 50 Security Company in A&S Security 50

Suprema named to the World's Top 50 Security Company in A&S Security 50

Suprema named to the World’s Top 50 Security Company in A&S Security 50 Suprema Inc., a global leader in biometrics and security, announced that the company is named to the World’s top 50 security company in 2015 Security 50 Ranking by A&S. Suprema jumped up 8 places to be ranked 34th compared to last year’s…

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Intersec 2016: Middle East presents ‘untapped growth potential’ for biometric security solutions

German and US lead influx of international exhibitors

Intersec 2016: Middle East presents ‘untapped growth potential’ for biometric security solutions Suprema, AllGoVision, Matrix Comsec among international exhibitors showcasing biometric systems at Dubai trade show Rapid economic development and increasing security concerns is turning the Middle East into a market of ‘untapped growth potential’, said the boss of one of the world’s leading providers…

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Law enforcement divided over effectiveness of facial recognition

Is facial recognition technology up to the job, or do we just wish it was? Kirsty McMahon investigates. There has been a flurry of activity in biometric solutions being employed by the security industry and law enforcement recently, facial recognition in particular. However, the use of existing facial recognition solutions seems to have divided law…

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TBS 3D fingerprint scanners revolutionising market

A key area of biometrics making great strides is fingerprint technology, and leading the way is Touchless Biometrics Systems (TBS). TBS started life in Switzerland, but now has an impressive, and growing, global reach. Not content with leading the way in traditional 2D fingerprint technology, the innovative company is now changing the market with 3D…

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Dubai Police Plan to Use Google Glass To Fight Crime

It has been reported by Reuters that Dubai police plan to issue Google Glass hands-free eyewear to detectives to help them fight crime using facial recognition technology. A spokesman confirmed to Reuters that software developed by Dubai police would enable a connection between the wearer and a database of wanted people. Once the device “recognised”…

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