MeitY issues advisory on CCTV security, asks ministries to avoid suppliers...

The information technology (IT) ministry has advised government departments and ministries to avoid procuring equipment from suppliers who have a history of security and...

Leaked documents reveal details on Russia’s upcoming surveillance system

The Kremlin is spending millions of dollars on facial recognition-powered surveillance that can track its citizens. A new cache of leaked documents has now...

PWD hands over maintenance of CCTVs to BEL

The Public Works Department (PWD) has handed over the maintenance of CCTV cameras in New Delhi to Bharat Electronic Limited (BEL), a senior official...

Google to delete billions of personal data collected amid illegal surveillance...

Google has agreed to purge billions of records containing personal information collected from more than 136 million people in the US surfing the internet...

Invixium welcomes Akhil Gupta as National Sales Manager for India

Invixium, a global leader in biometric access control, workforce & visitor management solutions has announced the appointment of Akhil Gupta as the new National...

Northeast Ohio city requiring security cameras outside all businesses

One Northeast Ohio city is requiring security cameras outside every business within city limits. Stores like the Diamond’s Men’s Store inside the Hilltop Plaza...

Indian airports to have full-body scanners soon

The Ministry of Civil Aviation has informed that full-body scanners will be installed at airports having a footfall of over five million. This is...

JFK to install AI/AR ramp control systems

The consortium responsible for leading the $4.2bn redevelopment of New York’s JFK International (JFK) has agreed a deal with Logipix to install its AI...

Airport security liquid rule change delayed as scanners aren’t ready

New security scanners that save passengers having to take liquids out of their hand luggage in the UK have been delayed by up to...

BCAS boosts Aviation Security Operations

The Bureau of Civil Aviation Security (BCAS) in India is ramping up its operational capabilities with plans to fill 122 crucial posts and establish...

Telangana Police set to deploy ‘Flying Squad’ to clip wings of...

Telangana police’s new eagle squad is almost ready and will become operational soon. Recently, the smart eagles that have been trained to bring down...

Ohio buys two ‘shoot houses’ to train armed school employees

Ohio State public safety officials will use two mobile “shoot houses” to help train armed school employees and other first responders who might find...

Ensure CCTV cameras are functional at all times: Delhi govt to...

The Delhi government has directed all its hospitals and medical colleges to ensure that the CCTV cameras installed on their premises are functional at...

Hong Kong mulls compulsory surveillance and dash cameras in taxis

Hong Kong will consult the taxi industry as to whether surveillance and dash cameras will be made mandatory in their vehicles. Secretary for Transport...

High-tech Mobile Drone Vehicle to enhance Lucknow Police’s surveillance ops

The police authorities in urban regions of Uttar Pradesh often rely on drone surveillance, especially during crowded events. In a move to enhance drone...

Memphis Police Department receives $1.9M federal boost for surveillance and safety...

The Memphis Police Department's crime-fighting capabilities just got a $1.9 million boost from the federal government, designated for the department's surveillance technology and officer...

NHAI to deploy 125 cameras on Dwarka Expressway for enhanced surveillance

The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has unveiled a project to install 125 cameras along the Dwarka Expressway, encompassing both Delhi and Gurugram...

Israel reportedly using facial recognition and Google Photos to conduct mass...

Israel is deploying a mass facial recognition program in Gaza, conducting surveillance of Palestinians without their knowledge or consent, according to a new report...

Only 4% of companies in India ‘mature’ to tackle cyber threats:...

Just 4 per cent of companies in India have a “mature” level of readiness needed to manage cybersecurity risks and 3 per cent are...

France asks 46 countries for help with Paris Olympics security

France says it has asked 46 countries if they would be willing to supply more than 2,000 police officers to help secure the Paris...