Physical Security stories - Page 2
When AI goes rogue - a look into its possible futures
Today’s computers are inherently insecure so they’re a poor choice for high-stakes machine learning systems and AI, according to the EFF.
Electronic lock vulnerabilities can lead attackers directly to your hotel room
Next time you stay at a hotel as part of a business or personal trip, you may want to ask if the hotel’s locking systems are up-to-date.
You're invited: Workplace optimization arrives in Sydney
Have you ever peeked inside one of Sydney’s most iconic heritage venues, Signorelli Gastronomia?
You’re invited: Witness the evolution of workplace optimisation exclusively with HID Global
Queensland’s home for contemporary culture is about to become magnificent.
Why IT teams need to take control of healthcare's physical security tech
An ill patient collapses in a hallway but there’s nobody there to help. Could CCTV have alerted somebody to what happened?
Signapore's Certis Cisco makes play for Australian market through SNP Security buyout
Singapore’s largest aviation security firm Certis Cisco has purchased Australian firm SNP Security for an undisclosed amount.
Sydneysiders willing to use tech for reporting non-urgent crimes
Sydneysiders are more than happy to become crime-stoppers, but only if their privacy is maintained in the process.
Australian Federal Police look for tech solution to help users submit digital evidence
“Enabling members of the public to use every day mobile devices to upload audio, video and images provides real time interaction."
TPT Group buys Auckland IT firm Sentinel Technologies
“The Sentinel Technologies acquisition reinforces a number of our Group businesses including Advanced Security,” says TPT Group CEO Mike Marr.
NEC Australia says advanced recognition systems will protect citizens
"Our advanced recognition systems are at the forefront of biometrics internationally," says NEC Australia director of sales and solutions Andy Hurt.
Taking the stress out of digital vigilance
Atlas Gentech's Chris Fair outlines the new face of security, and why not being digitally vigilant is cause for serious concern.