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Indian Army cracks down on personnel violating its cyber security norms

The Army is carrying out a month-long cyber security exercise to identify and crack down on those violating its norms for all online activities. A communication sent out by the Army headquarters to all...

Global video surveillance equipment market to see near double-digit growth

According to a new report from IHS Markit, the global professional video surveillance equipment industry is on track to see yet another strong year of growth in 2019 as the research firm forecasts that...

Indian Railways’ NFR zone introduces ‘pink coaches’ for women’s security

Indian Railways' Northeast Frontier Railway zone has started a unique initiative to earmark a special portion of the Second Class-cum-Luggage-cum Guard’s Coach (SLR) coach with pink colour. This is done to specially help the...

Demand soars for CCTV systems in Hyderabad twin cities

A study undertaken by Sulekha.com, India's leading tech-AI platform for expert services, has shown a significant shift in the buying pattern of CCTV Security products that is benefiting Indian consumers. This study is...

UK increases fund for security in places of worship

Places of worship and faith community centres can now apply for an increased pot of funding to improve their physical security against potential hate attacks. The Places of Worship Protective Security Funding Scheme, now...

Fingerprint, iris scans, could be used to screen travelers at Chicago airport

A company that aims to offer travelers a quicker route through airport security is seeking approval to land at Chicago’s airports. It’s part of a partnership between United Airlines and Clear, which uses a...

Repair or replace the non-functional CCTV cameras in Delhi: HC to police

The Delhi High Court has asked the police to repair or replace the non-functional CCTV cameras installed by it at various locations in the national capital. The direction by a bench of Chief Justice...

Cathay Pacific plane passengers will now be filmed by onboard CCTV cameras

If you find yourself on a Cathay Pacific flight, smile, because you might just be on camera. The Hong Kong-based airline recently revealed that CCTV cameras are installed on board, reigniting debates about travelers’...

Survey indicates that schools pay least attention to fire and traffic safety

Fire and road safety are two areas that school managements pay the least attention to. This was the key finding of a survey of 131 schools in Bengaluru and Kolar. The survey, ‘Advancing Child...

PELCO announces new president

PELCO Inc. has announced that Jean-Marc Theolier, CEO, will be leaving the organization, effective immediately. As part of this change, Brian McClain, COO, will take the role of President, leading the recently independent company...