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“Can I take a knife-shaped banana on the flight?” The TSA’s bizarre, brilliant Instagram account

From a ‘knife-nana’ and ‘nun-chuks’ to an abandoned Grim Reaper and 61 firearms seized in one week across all US airports, it's phenomenal what airport security staff find in the course of their day. Read More

UK government issues cybersecurity guidelines for connected cars

The principles implore everyone in the automotive supply chain to collaborate during the design process and over software upgrades and maintenance long after cars hit the road. Read More

HD cameras to replace control tower in ground-breaking revamp at London City Airport

In what is believed to be a first for a UK airport, a remote monitoring system based on high definition video cameras is to replace the physical control tower at London City Airport. Read More

Chubb launches traffic monitoring system for smart motorways

Chubb Systems has launched a surveillance camera solution designed for the growing number of smart motorways around the UK road network. Read More

How network video can support suicide prevention on the rail network

This white paper touches on the impact of suicide when committed on the rail network and concentrates on how network video might contribute to its prevention. Read More

Genetec announced as sponsor for Borders & Infrastructure Expo

IFSEC International, Europe’s largest security trade show, has announced the launch of a new show dedicated to border security, counter-terror and the protection of critical national infrastructure. Read More

US transportation security agency adopts ThruVis imaging from Digital Barriers

The TSA has adopted a specialised camera technology that can detect weapons and explosives hidden beneath clothing. Read More

Gatwick Airport slashes false fire alarms by 70%

Following a successful campaign to identify and address the most common causes, Gatwick Airport Ltd has asked BRE to review its false alarm data and identify ways of further preventing costly, disruptive false alarms. Read More

Watch the Tesla Model S being hacked and controlled from 12 miles away

Hackers have managed to take control of a Tesla Model S while the car was moving – and all from 12 miles away. Read More

Virgin Trains versus Jeremy Corbyn: who would prevail in an ICO investigation?

Chris Brogan, who has lectured extensively on the impact of European privacy laws on the security process, suggests that Virgin Trains would have the more compelling case in any ICO investigation. Read More



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