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On a rather dreary day in April 2013, I found myself holed up inside of a cardboard box on a closet shelf some ten feet in the air. Gripping my blue training gun, I shifted my weight and listened to my heart beat faster in anticipation. Suddenly, a
Over the last decade, women have become increasingly prominent in security-tech roles. Photo / Thinkstock Tiffany Rad is turning software-industry gender stereotypes on their head. Rad is a white hat, a hacker who specialises in looking for security
U.S Defense Secretary and Chairman of The Carlyle Group, Frank Carlucci ...Spending on technology and services in those sectors currently exceeds more than $1.3 trillion globally and is expected to continue to grow in excess of 7% per annum.
The sight of an amiable Gurkha patrolling the city streets through the night evokes nostalgia. Members of the Gurkha community, which hails from Nepal, had once complemented the city police in watching over the city. But, they are no longer to be
Security specialist Accent on Security (AOS) has announced the introduction of NVQ (National Vocational Qualification) training for all its security guards. The company prides itself on its excellent career development opportunities and has initiated
The redesigned site gives cyber security professionals an editorially-supported environment to connect with peers through moderated discussions, blogs and social media, giving the community equal share of voice with reporters and experts.
CyberArk , the information security company, recently launched its new logo. The logo does not just represent a cosmetic change for the company, founded in 1999, rather it signals the revolution that is underway in the information security world. CEO
My Alarm Center announced today it has appointed Brandon Savage as its Senior Vice President of Customer Experience and Operations. Mr. Savage is an experienced security industry professional who brings a strong managerial and technology background
Guardsman Group. "The viability of the industry is in decline; from a regulatory standpoint, the industry is flux," he asserted. Overton said the establishment of the Private Security Regulation Authority back in the 1990s has not been properly
Government Communications Headquarters reading it as it crosses the Internet. The security industry has the enemy it always dreamed of to help it make the case for encryption adoption, but users looking to secure their data and communications need to