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HSBC’s voice recognition security breached by customer’s brother

web-post May 24, 2017

HSBC’s voice recognition software – launched last year and hailed as highly secure – has been successfully foiled by the brother of one of its customers. HSBC’s systems wrongly accepted the voice as proof of the account holder’s identity and permitted access to the account. The investigation was carried out by a BBC reporter and… Continue Reading »

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Delhi’s IGI airport may soon introduce full body scanners to upgrade security

web-post November 10, 2016

People catching flights from the capital’s Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) may soon have to pass through a full body scanner, which is part of pending efforts to upgrade security at the airport that records 60,000 out-bound travellers a day. The machine, which produces an X-ray image of a person, is a standard security device… Continue Reading »

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CISF to increase airport checks, seal abandoned structures

web-post November 8, 2016

Security deployment in the country’s civil airports will be tightened and abandoned installations around these facilities will be sanitised as part of some new counter-terror measures being undertaken to enhance security measures at these locations by the CISF. Officials said a host of airport security issues were discussed threadbare during a high-level meeting chaired by… Continue Reading »

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Bosch Security Technology unit eyes Indian security market with localized products, solutions

web-post August 22, 2016

Bosch India’s Security Technology business unit has expanded its product portfolio to offer tailored solutions to its local customers. Aiming to increase the share of its localized portfolio, the business unit has increased its R&D investment by around 30 percent. “The Indian security market has matured greatly from what it was a decade ago. There… Continue Reading »

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United Airlines working with TSA to enhance U.S. airport security experience

web-post August 11, 2016

United Airlines and the U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) have unveiled plans to further modernize the airport security experience at several of the airline’s largest hubs. As part of a joint initiative to improve the overall screening experience for customers, United, in collaboration with the TSA, will install state-of-the-art, automated security lanes, add permanent TSA… Continue Reading »

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India seeks Israel’s security expertise

web-post July 8, 2016

In the wake of terror attacks on airports abroad, the latest instance being of the horrific attack on the Ataturk Istanbul airport in Turkey, Indian airports are looking to Israel for ways to further enhance aviation security measures and to keep up with the latest technological trends in security systems. A team comprising functionaries of… Continue Reading »

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Dahua presenting partner for PACC India Conclave 2016

web-post June 16, 2016

World security leader Dahua Technologies recently participated in PACC Conclave India 2016 as the presenter. The event, which was held at the Grand Hyatt, Goa, is one of the largest networking meets organized every year. It saw project heads, architects and consultants from the fire and security industry come together to meet, network and build… Continue Reading »

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Madhya Pradesh Police protect 72 million citizens with Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure Software

web-post June 15, 2016

The Madhya Pradesh Police have implemented an integrated suite of public safety software from Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure for emergency call handling, officer dispatch and incident management in India’s second-largest state. Hexagon’s solution expands Madhya Pradesh Police’s incident response capabilities through map-based views of calls, events and units in the field. The agency’s field officers… Continue Reading »

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Maharashtra Transport body to recommend fire stations on highways

web-post January 6, 2016

The Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation (MSRDC) will recommend setting up of emergency fire stations on the Mumbai-Pune highway (NH-4), Mumbai-Pune Expressway and Mumbai-Goa highway (NH-66). The move comes due to the increase in number of accidents involving chemical and gas tankers recently. “Based on the request by the state highway traffic police regarding the… Continue Reading »



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