In a first, women cops to patrol streets in Hyderabad

For the first time in Hyderabad, women police officers will be patrolling the city streets to prevent crime against women. The initiative, "Women on...

Kolhapur youths develop hand launched containers to douse fires

The destruction of property in fire, especially that caused during law and order issues, and the wastage of water used to douse it, have...

Google wins US approval for new radar-based motion sensor

Alphabet Inc’s Google unit won approval from US regulators to deploy a radar-based motion sensing device known as Project Soli. The Federal Communications Commission...

At Taj Mahal, 65% CCTV cameras have been non-operational since...

After a global expert said that museums in India are vulnerable and exposed to fire-related incidents, yet another shocking development has come to light...

London’s two airports to get military-grade anti-drone equipment

London's Gatwick and Heathrow airports have ordered military-grade anti-drone defences worth "several million pounds" after drones caused three days of disruption at Gatwick last...

CBSE to introduce artificial intelligence courses in classes 8, 9, 10

Aiming to make school students well-versed in technologies shaping the future, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has decided to introduce artificial intelligence...

Oxford University achieves Surveillance Camera Code compliance

The University of Oxford has been awarded the Surveillance Camera Commissioner’s certification mark after being audited against the 12 guiding principles of the Surveillance...

Increasing threat of disruption drives anti-drone market

According to the new market research report from Marketsandmarkets on the anti-drone market, the global forecast for the market is to grow from USD...

Rate of Traffic-Related Deaths Continues to Increase

Traffic-related deaths are now the eighth leading cause of death for people of all ages, according to the World Health Organization’s 2018 Global Status...

Delhi airport to get bullet-resistant vehicles soon

Delhi airport will soon get a fleet of six bullet-resistant vehicles (BRVs) equipped with the latest weapons and space for up to four armed...

India’s air security score falls by about 17 percent in ICAO...

India’s air security score has fallen by about 17 per cent in an audit conducted by the United Nation’s aviation watchdog, the International Civil...

Las Vegas Valley police offer free security surveys to homeowners

If a burglar was casing your neighborhood, would your home tick off all the boxes on the thief’s wish list? Making sure it doesn’t...

Parliamentary panel slams Delhi Police, MHA for delay in commissioning CCTVs

A Parliamentary panel has pulled up the Delhi Police and the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) for delay in commissioning of CCTV surveillance system...

United Nations will enact a Cyber Security Treaty says WatchGuard

Escalations in state-sponsored cyber attacks will force the United Nations (UN) to tackle the issue with a multinational Cyber Security Treaty during 2019, predict...

Officer ‘USTAAD’ Reporting on Railways Duty

To make trains more safe by eliminating human errors, Central Railway has developed an AI-powered robot which would click pictures and record videos of...

Delhi govt okays proposal to install CCTV cameras in jails

Delhi Cabinet approved a Rs 120-crore proposal for installing CCTV cameras in Tihar, Mandoli and Rohini jails, a move aimed at ensuring that no...

Government’s surveillance order key to national security: MHA officials

A recent Union government order authorising 10 central agencies to access “any information” on computers within the country is crucial for national security and...

Amazon Alexa integrates with even more security systems

Amazon Alexa's home security features have been opened up to the whole developer community, letting alarm and camera manufacturers add the digital assistant's functions...

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U.S. Ballistic Missile Systems lack cybersecurity

A report put together by the Department of Defense found that the U.S. ballistic missile system lacked data encryption, antivirus programs and multifactor authentication...