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Safety and security first

Only the combination of functional safety and cybersecurity ensures the overall safety of industrial plants. Stefan Ditting and Thomas Janzer report



Protecting military ports, harbours and vessels

Sonar technology put to the test during international naval exercises



Low loss RF cable assembly

Applications include security, medical, defence and aerospace, including marine IP68 waterproof, test and measurement



Data: a protected asset or a ticking time bomb?

Widespread employees access to sensitive files puts critical data at risk, study finds



The danger from within

New academic study reveals that internal attacks are on the rise. Louise Smyth reports on how the process sector can take measures to protect itself



Unifying compliance and security

Whether it is from perceived outside threats or from internal team members, threats to the data and the customers’ critical data continue to grow



First VPX GSM monitoring receiver

Full global system for mobile communications spectrum monitoring targets homeland security, government and military applications



How much confidential information is being leaked beyond company walls?

Employees causing security threats with persistent use of personal cloud accounts, says survey



30x optical zoom camera

The Hitachi DI-SC120R features a 1/3inch CCD sensor which provides a 1280x720 high definition video stream



X-ray inspection system for diamond processing operation

System will be installed to screen employees as they enter and leave the processing facilities to ensure that diamonds are not removed from the site unlawfully



Interactive 'eyeball' security system

Eye comes ‘alive’ and reacts to human movement with facial recognition, and uses movement and surprise to unnerve trespassers



Data protection: 46 per cent of employees admit to bypassing security to get job done

Meanwhile, 40 per cent admitted that if they were breached no one would notice, says research by Voltage Security



Incorporation of nanoparticles in the formulation of new products

Incorporation of nanoparticles into the formulation of high tech and everyday products is becoming increasingly prevalent with an expected exponential growth as new sectors adopt this technology. Dr Gul Ozcan-Taskin reports



Incorporation of nanoparticles in the formulation of new products

Incorporation of nanoparticles into the formulation of high tech and everyday products is becoming increasingly prevalent with an expected exponential growth as new sectors adopt this technology. Dr Gul Ozcan-Taskin reports



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