Day: April 13, 2016

Endace unveils EndaceProbe Deep Storage Network Recorders

Endace announced the availability of its updated EndaceProbe 9000 Series Network Recorders. The new 9000-XS Series EndaceProbe models extend industry-leading storage capacity for capturing and recording network traffic to enable detailed, back-in-time forensic analysis of data breaches and security incidents.

Product launch with a difference for ACT

Product launch with a difference for ACT

Boldly going where no security product has gone before. ACT, manufacturers of access control and VMS solutions have launched their latest cloud-based product ACT365 in a unique way. The challenge was to convey the major benefits of ACT365 in a simple yet interesting and fun manner.

Spectra Group and Tesacom deliver SlingShot in Chile

SlingShot enables communication from UHF and VHF tactical radios over SATCOM, offering a straightforward and cost-effective way to achieve tactical, secure, communications between remote networks for beyond line of sight communications on the move.

CNL Software appoints Mike Mostow as General Manager – Americas

CNL software strengthens its Americas division, in preparation for exponential growth. CNL Software, a world leader in Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software, is pleased to announce that it has strengthened its position in the US market, with the appointment of Mike Mostow to the role of General Manager – Americas.

Amthal steps up security for STANTA

When award winning, independent enterprise agency STANTA was searching for an all encompassing security system for its office building in St Albans, it looked no further than local security specialist Amthal Fire & Security.

Redline updates it’s online Threat Recognition Training

Redline Assured Security is renowned for its industry leading threat image recognition training (ALERT²) system which has in excess of 5000 known, emerging and innovative threats. These range from firearms, Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs), sharps and other prohibited items that can specifically target known threats to ensure the x-ray screeners are one step ahead of the threat.

Common Education Sector security misconceptions

Common Education Sector security misconceptions

2016 hasn’t begun in a very positive way for education institutions. January 2016 saw data on 80,000 students, faculty, and staff at UC Berkeley compromised in the University’s third data breach disclosure of the past 15 months.

Kirintec launch Kinesis Plus at Security and Counter Terror Expo

This year’s Security and Counter Terror Exhibition (SCTX) is the venue that Kirintec’s team has chosen to unveil their latest offering at. Kinesis Plus is the eagerly awaited product in question. There is already a great deal of anticipation from those visiting the annual London Show on Tuesday 19 and Wednesday 20th to learn more.

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