COVID-19

Soloinsight, Inc. Announces Opening Of New Workflow Innovation Center In South Carolina

Soloinsight, the workflow automation platform company announced the opening of its new location in Charleston, South Carolina named The Workflow Innovation Center. The opening signifies growth and an increased interest in innovative workflow automation solutions, such as Soloinsight’s flagship platform, CloudGate, which addresses the security and facility automation needs specifically to PIAM, VIAM, and space reservations. These systems enhance the way departments interact with the life...

Redline Continues To Receive New Security Contracts From Airport Customers To Provide Digital Security Management System

Redline, an Air Partner company and a provider of global security solutions, continues to win business with airport customers as they scale up operations in anticipation of increased international travel. Doncaster Sheffield Airport has signed a new three-year contract for a digital Security Management System (SeMS), while Liverpool John Lennon Airport has renewed its SeMS contract for an additional three years following the success of the tool over the past two years. Redline's SeMS focuses on...

Iris ID To Showcase Contactless Iris-Based Biometric Systems At The National Sheriffs’ Association's NSA 2021 Annual Conference And Exhibition

Iris ID, the globally renowned company in iris recognition technology for over 20 years, will showcase its top products for law enforcement agencies at the National Sheriffs’ Association's (NSA) annual conference and exhibition – NSA 2021 Annual Conference and Exhibition, slated to take place from June 22-24, 2021, at the Phoenix Convention Center. Iris ID will occupy booth #114 at the exhibition. NSA 2021 Annual Conference and Exhibition The annual conference is an opportunity for...

How Has Security Industry Training Changed In The Last Year?

In-person training sessions were largely out of the question during the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, the need for training continued, and in some cases increased, as the security industry sought to adapt to the changing business climate of a global emergency. So how well did we as an industry adjust? We asked this week’s Expert Panel Roundtable: How has security industry training changed in the last year?

Student Loans Company (SLC) Staffers Announce 20,000 Cyber-Crime Training Courses Completed Over FY 2019/20 And FY 2020/21

The Student Loans Company (SLC) has spent over 76,800 pounds on cyber security training for its staffers, over the two most recent financial years (FY 19/20, FY 20/21), according to official figures. The data obtained and analyzed using the Freedom of Information (FOI) Act by Griffin Law, the niche litigation practice, shows that nearly 20,000 specialist courses were completed in areas, such as phishing, password protection, bribery, corruption, and privacy standards. The data shows that 9,334...

Boon Edam To Demonstrate Touchless, Automatic Security Doors And Turnstiles At ISC West

Boon Edam Inc., a global pioneer in security entrances and architectural revolving doors announced they will be displaying contactless security doors and turnstiles, including a new optical turnstile, the Speedlane Compact, in booth #8037 at the ISC West exhibition in Las Vegas on July 19-21. ISC West is the largest security event in North America, bringing together thousands of security and safety professionals for networking, education, and discovery of new technology. All of...