The Association of Chief Police Officers (Acpo) is looking for a supplier of portable readers capable of reading identity cards, passports, bank and credit cards, as well as fingerprints and facial and/or iris recognition.
19 October 2009
A report released at Storage Expo in London yesterday claims to show that most organisations are treating data loss prevention as a priority, especially given the media hype about high-profile losses.
15 October 2009
TeleTrusT, the German IT security association, awarded the TeleTrusT Innovation Award 2009 to the Spanish Savings Banks Organisation (Confederación Española de Cajas de Ahorros, CECA) for its e-signing project at ISSE 2009 last week in The Hague.
14 October 2009
The CEO of a UK biometrics company said that the UK banking industry has yet to tap into the security benefits of facial biometrics, although one bank - HSBC - has adopted the technology at its data centres across the UK to prevent access to the buildings by unauthorised people.
25 September 2009
Interpol, the international police agency, has announced that the EDAPS consortium has been chosen to design and produce the secure electronic passport.
23 September 2009
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14 September 2009
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07 September 2009
The Home Office has denied that the Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) will set up a database to collect and store the fingerprints of people who apply to work with children and vulnerable people.
02 September 2009
Windows XP single sign-on applications will fail on Windows 7, businesses were warned today.
28 August 2009
The UK is to share fingerprint information with Canada and Australia, with the US and New Zealand to follow soon, the Home Office said today.
24 August 2009