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Body scanners to replace metal detectors at Indian airports

Starting in April 2020, air travellers will be examined by body scanners at Indian airports, according to the aviation security regulator, which has directed...

Airports urged to take a unified approach against drones

In response to the recent UK Airprox Board report that the number of times a drone endangered the safety of an aircraft in UK...

Govt defers award of airport ground handling contracts

The government has deferred awarding ground handling contracts at over 90 airports across the country as the model code of conduct for 2019 Lok...

Hikvision hosts the second AI Cloud Summit in Hangzhou

Hikvision successfully hosted the second ‘Shaping Intelligence’ AI Cloud Summit at Hangzhou Whitehorse Lake International Exhibition Centre. Under the theme of ‘Data Enrichment with...

Madhya Pradesh Police induct same dog breed used in op to...

Belgian Malinois dogs which guard the White House and were part of the team that eliminated Osama bin Laden, have been inducted in the...

Securitas acquisition expands Australian operations

Securitas is strengthening its client value proposition in the Australian security market through the acquisition of Staysafe, a leading alarm monitoring company in Australia. Founded...

Secure Cam expands into India with Rs 200 crore project

Secure Cam IT Solutions, a United Arab Emirates-based security surveillance and IT solutions provider, is expanding into India as part of the launch of...

Commercial Facial Recognition Privacy Act of 2019 Introduced

U.S. Senators Roy Blunt and Brian Schatz, members of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, & Transportation, introduced the Commercial Facial Recognition Privacy Act...

Increased regulation on the way for Irish private security firms

Private security firms in Ireland carrying out High Court orders face increased regulations under new Government plans. The Justice Minister will brief the cabinet...

Mohali Fire Dept lacks teeth

The Mohali Fire Department is apparently nothing more than a “toothless tiger” when it comes to take action against violators of the fire safety...