Surveillance & Security News for January 2005

Secure Employee Credentialing Across The US Transportation System

The US TWIC (Transportation Worker Identification Credential) Program achieved Initial Operating Capability (IOC) in November 2004 at four sites in the states of Pennsylvania, California and Florida, with biometrically enabled smart card credentials.This groundbreaking program is a first of its kind because it represents common credentialing across a very large, diverse group of people working at land, sea and airports throughout the United States.  Daon's flexible identity assurance platfo...

The Heightened Security Measures To Comply With International Maritime Codes Demand Cardax FT System That Will Grow With The Port Environment

  At the forefront of the export supply chain, Port of Tauranga is New Zealand's preferred export gateway and fastest growing port for imports."The Cardax FT system has some unique features that have been very applicable to the ports environment," Mike Letica, Manager Security Services.The security expectations on Ports contribute to maintaining New Zealand's reputation as a secure trading partner.Driving within the site of Port of Tauranga, the atmosphere is a peculiar combi...

Hirsch Electronics' Marketing Vice President Selected To Security Industry Association's Board Of Directors

Hirsch Electronics, a leading access control and security management systems manufacturer, proudly announces the selection of its marketing vice president, Rob Zivney, to the Security Industry Association's (SIA) Board of Directors.  The association's Board of Directors is made up of industry professionals with a broad range of electronic security interests and is appointed by a special selection committee.Zivney comments, "Substantial growth in the electronics security industry makes...

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