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The future of biometric identification and authentication

If you work in IT security, the first part of this will not be news to you, skip to the section on the future. Otherwise, the first sections look at the current state of biometrics and some of what we already know about their security limitations. 2,593 more words


Dutch teen's prank terrorist tweet blows up in airline's face

Full Comment’s Araminta Wordsworth brings you a daily round-up of quality punditry from across the globe.  Today: Yes, we know airlines take terrorism threats seriously, as well they should, and you should be careful what you post on social media. 624 more words

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Everything you need to know about MDM in 2014 (eBook)

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Mobile device management (MDM) will mature in 2014, growing into a $1.6 billion industry according to Gartner Inc. 243 more words


A Unity Referendum - What could go wrong?

Early this month during one of those evening sessions when I have been asked to meet diplomats from sovereign missions passing through Odessa so they can empty my head of my thoughts, impression, predictions etc regarding the city and beyond in relation to the current and rapidly unfolding and unraveling situation, the subject of referendums arose – unsurprisingly. 1,386 more words


Get quick assistance of personal investigators for faster risk management in Spain

Before understanding about the risk management and related services in Spain, it is quite necessary to know about various kinds of possibilities and concerned areas of greater risks which can directly affect your personal life and businesses in various parts of Spain. 472 more words

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M&M’s for security?

About 10 years ago I wrote an article on the cyber-security of systems. This article was the direct result from a project I ran that made it possible to hold national elections via the Internet. 621 more words