Software HouseiSTAR v 3.0 

The iSTAR version 3.0 access control and event management controller has an on-board Ethernet connection that supports advanced clustering, Web diagnostics,...

Rainbow Technologies, Inc.NetSwift iGate 3.0 

Today’s mobile workforce demands secure remote access to critical applications. NetSwift iGate 3.0 provides this access through a single portal and is...

Commend, Inc.G7-CNET-LAN 

Next-generation communications is already available with Global Intercom. LAN/WAN networking intercom systems make centralized monitoring of security...

Secure ComputingSafeWord for Citrix MetaFrame 

SafeWord for Citrix MetaFrame provides a complete solution for strong authentication specifically designed to protect access to Citrix applications. With...

HIPAA academy to provide specialized training 

The HIPAA Academy, in partnership with Thompson NETg, has introduced targeted training programs designed to help organizations meet the security compliance...

Task Force: Government not taking advantage of info sharing technology 

The Markle Foundation Task Force on National Security in the Information Age has concluded that the U.S. government has not yet taken advantage of America's...

ASIS develops guide for Homeland security advisories 

ASIS International has developed a Threat Advisory System Response Draft Guideline (TASR) designed to assist companies in complying with the Department...

College laboratory security lacking, investigators say 

Government investigators have found widespread potential for bioterrorism at many college laboratories funded by the Agriculture Department, according...

Smart cards liven up discussions at conference 

Most smart card shipments are for contact smart cards; however, contactless technology promises to add new applications and markets that will further...

The Front Lines: Kidnappings a growing concern 

For protection officers and security professionals on the front lines, a new national survey commissioned by Honeywell and The National Center for Missing...

Grants awarded to urban areas, metro transit authorities 

The Department of Homeland Security will allocate $725 million for the Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI), in grants to urban areas to enhance their...

DHS looking for ideas from small business 

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Science and Technology division has released a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Program Solicitation...

AMAG TechnologyAMAG S731 Common Access Card Reader 

The AMAG S731 reader complies with the U.S. Government specification for secure smart cards, a.k.a., the Common Access Card (CAC), based on the ISO 7816...

Fingerprinting market to increase despite falling prices 

Though prices of finger-scan systems, also known as non-automated fingerprint identification systems (Non-AFIS), have been declining over the years, they...

AMAG TechnologyAMAG S731 Common Access Card Reader 

The AMAG S731 reader complies with the U.S. Government specification for secure smart cards, a.k.a., the Common Access Card (CAC), based on the ISO 7816...

AMAG TechnologyAMAG S731 Common Access Card Reader 

The AMAG S731 reader complies with the U.S. Government specification for secure smart cards, a.k.a., the Common Access Card (CAC), based on the ISO 7816...

Security demands, budget constraints clash in American schools 

The sputtering economy has choked off the flow of money from state coffers to thousands of school districts and higher-education institutions throughout...

2004 Security industry calendar of events 

Note to our readers: If your event has not been included on this calendar, or your event is listed with incorrect information, please e-mail Paul Rothman...

2004 INDUSTRY CALENDAR 

Note to our readers: If your event has not been included on this calendar, or your event is listed with incorrect information, please e-mail Paul Rothman...

TSA considers minimum cargo inspection requirements 

The Transportation Security Administration is considering whether to require that a certain percentage of air cargo be inspected before it is loaded on...

Tyco to restructure, divest units 

Tyco International Ltd. has announced it will eliminate 7,200 jobs, divest more than 50 business lines and sell its undersea fiber optic cable network....

DHS to allocate $2.2 billion in state grants 

The Department of Homeland Security has released a total of $2.2 billion in grants to first responders. Nearly $1.7 billion of the grants will be made...

Little Rock Has Fingers On Problem 

Little Rock National, the 79th largest commercial service airport in the nation, handling about 2.6 million passengers annually, has installed a security...

Security With Future Plans In Mind 

Sarasota Bradenton International Airport, located in Sarasota, Fla., is a small hub air carrier and a public-use general aviation facility. Recently the...

Small, But Safe: Washington's Tri-Cities Airport has implemented both logical and physical security improvements 

Kate Henry

Winging their way out of Tri-Cities Airport in Washington bound for various points around the Western United States every year are some 250,000 airplane passengers, both commercial and private. Whether they fly aboard private and corporate planes stationed in the airport’s hangars — or aboard Horizon, Delta or United Express — their travels have been made safer by recent security improvements and more that are planned....

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