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Washington, DC, October 15 - Apprio, a leading provider of specialized technology solutions, particularly for the health, defense and homeland security markets, today announced the company has named Sallie Sweeney as chief information security officer. Sweeney brings more than 18 years of technology industry experience to Apprio and is widely regarded as an information security field expert.
Long beach, CA, October 13 - DENSO ADC, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of mobile data capture systems, has introduced a new line of high-performing hand-held scanners that are among the lightest, most rugged on the market. The GT20 Series barcode terminals offer superior accuracy and operational ease in a high-tech scanner as light as a TV remote control, yet tough enough to withstand a harsh industrial environment.
Palto Alto, CA, October 15 - Qylur Intelligent Systems, an intelligent systems company based in Silicon Valley, today announced that it has entered into a Cooperative Research & Development Agreement (CRADA) with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Transportation Security Laboratory (TSL). The agreement will allow the TSL to evaluate the Qylatron™ Entry Experience Solution and could eventually lead to use of the Qylatron in a range of checkpoint environments.
Lowell, MA and Spartanburg, SC, October 19 - AFL announces its M310 OTDR is now available with the recently introduced LinkMap, a technology that interprets the tested network and presents an icon-based view of network elements clearly identifying fiber start, end, connectors, splices, and macro-bends. With the addition of LinkMap, the M310 provides greater functionality and simplifies network troubleshooting for enterprise networks.
Blacksburg, VA, Octobeer 15 - Imagine millions of lines of instructions. Then try and picture how one extremely tiny anomaly could be found in almost real-time and prevent a cyber security attack.
A trio of Virginia Tech computer scientists has tested their innovation, called a "program anomaly detection approach," against many real-world attacks.
Washington, DC, October 12 - The Library of Congress has released a Request for Information (RFI) in support of reviewing and potentially expanding its advanced threat detection and response capabilities of its security operations.
The objectives of these requirements are to arrive at a solution that provides the following:
Baltimore, MD, October 14 - OptioLabs, a developer of mobile data security compliance technology for the enterprise and embedded systems, today announced that their flagship product, OptioCore, will be available as part of the Sonim XP7 handset. OptioCore’s security platform reinforces the industry’s most rugged phone, specifically designed for workers in demanding and hazardous environments, enabling users to conduct their mission critical duties regardless of the physical or cyber threats they may face.
Copenhagen, October 15 - Milestone Systems’ open platform IP video management software (VMS) is the flexible foundation for continuing expansion by the Mission Consolidated Independent School District (Mission CISD) in South Texas. Their previous analog systems had too many limitations such as low resolution and stationary (fixed position) cameras that hampered investigations into incidences.
New York, NY, October 15 - Accenture today announced the appointment of Marc Carrel-Billiard as managing director of Global Technology Research & Development within Accenture Technology. In this role, Mr. Carrel-Billiard will oversee the Accenture Technology Labs, Accenture’s global technology R&D organization which explores new and emerging technologies, with locations in Silicon Valley, California; Sophia Antipolis, France; Arlington, Virginia; Beijing, China and Bangalore, India.
Dallas, TX - CEDIA EXPO, Booth 2900 - October 15 - The Z-Wave Alliance, a global consortium of 325 member companies supporting the Z-Wave Wireless IoT standard, will host the Z-Wave Pavilion at CEDIA 2015. With over 1400 certified products and more than 40 million devices installed worldwide, Z-Wave continues to be the wireless technology of choice for the home security and smart home markets.