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Videocon Group forays into security and surveillance solutions

web-post May 19, 2017

Connect Broadband, a part of the Videocon group and a leading broadband service provider, is entering the security and surveillance solutions space. The endeavor is to explore new business streams in Non Spectrum fields such as smart city solutions, bulk messaging solutions, financial inclusion, security & surveillance, infra projects, enterprise solutions, etc. The company intends… Continue Reading »

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MEPs call for EU rules on private security companies

web-post May 19, 2017

Private security companies must respect minimum requirements on accountability, the screening of staff and reporting on misconduct, while staying away from tasks usually reserved for the military said a committee of MEPs (Members of the European Parliament). Foreign Affairs Committee and Defence Sub-Committee MEPs advocate EU-wide rules on private security companies (PSCs). The use of… Continue Reading »

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India down to 4 old minesweepers as Chinese Subs step up forays into Indian Ocean

web-post May 19, 2017

India is now left with just four old minesweepers, which are specialised warships used to detect, track and destroy enemy mines to keep harbours and shipping traffic safe. But the long-pending Rs 32,000 crore deal to build 12 advanced mine countermeasure vessels (MCMVs) at Goa Shipyard with South Korea’s help is yet to be inked…. Continue Reading »

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Mobile biometric payment volumes to reach nearly 2Billion in 2017

web-post May 19, 2017

Juniper Research has released a new study that forecasts that the number of mobile biometric payments will increase to nearly 2 billion this year, up from just over 600 million in 2016. In the new study, “Mobile Payment Security: Biometric Authentication & Tokenisation 2017-2021”, Juniper found that while Apple Pay had provided the catalyst for… Continue Reading »

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India plans tech-backed border fencing to prevent infiltration, boost security

web-post May 18, 2017

India will test its Comprehensive Integrated Border Management System in October in an attempt to stop cross-border infiltration, said a senior home ministry official seeking anonymity. This will be the third trial of the Rs 20,000-crore project after technology mismatches stalled two previous attempts, another government official said. “The project will be tested out in… Continue Reading »



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