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Indirect facial recognition goes real-time

Although facial biometrics is in widespread use in airports, railway stations, and other transport hubs across the UK, the system generally only works in real time when the person is either facing the camera or at a slight angle.
02 September 2010

The 2010 US Infosecurity Virtual Conference - Conference Program available on demand. The 2010 US Infosecurity Virtual Conference - Conference Program available on demand.

We are pleased to confirm that the last event, that was held on November 3rd 2010 is now available on demand. This one-day event brings a series of topical keynote sessions direct to your computer, giving you the flexibility to learn about the latest information security trends and challenges from wherever you are in the world.
31 August 2010

The 2010 UK Infosecurity Virtual Conference - Conference Programme available. The 2010 UK Infosecurity Virtual Conference - Conference Programme available.

We are pleased to confirm the details for the last event, that was held on September 21st 2010 and is now available to download. This one-day event brought a series of topical keynote sessions direct to your computer, and gives you the flexibility to learn about the latest information security trends and challenges from wherever you are in the world.
22 July 2010

Police use mobile scanners to check fingerprints on the road

South Yorkshire Police has rolled out mobile fingerprint devices to allow officers to check fingerprints while out on patrol.
07 July 2010

Cloud-based voice biometrics e-commerce platform introduced

Voice Commerce, the biometrics company headed up by serial entrepreneur Nick Ogden, has taken the wraps off what it claims is the industry's first voice biometrics-driven e-commerce platform.
15 June 2010

Symantec: Totally new security attack vectors are quite rare

Chatting with Orla Cox, a senior security researcher with Symantec, about the release of today's annual malware report from the IT security vendor, Infosecurity was surprised to hear that the number of truly new security attack vectors the firm's research team encounters is surprisingly low.
20 April 2010

New Hampshire lawmakers reject biometric ID restrictions

The New Hampshire House of Representatives turned down a bill proposed earlier in the year that would have restricted the use of biometric IDs within the state.
24 March 2010

Senators push biometric ID cards as illegal immigration solution

In an effort to fix what they called a “badly broken” immigration system in the US, two senators have proposed the use of biometric Social Security cards for all workers.
22 March 2010

Quest webinar reveals corporate password strategies

The tricky task of password management strategies has been reviewed and discussed in a successful webinar with analyst Nigel Stanley and password specialist Stuart Harrison of Quest Software.
10 March 2010

Report reveals growth in information security industry

Recruitment consultancy specialist, Barclay Simpson, has revealed that the Information Security market is growing.
19 February 2010

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