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“Varian’s Imaging Components business has a 50 plus year history of dedication to the imaging industry.”—Sunny Sanyal, Senior Vice President and President, Imaging Components


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Now In its 7th year of saluting the top leaders in new technologies and innovative security strategies, GSN is pleased to announce the Winners and Finalists in the 2016 targeted Airport, Seaport,...
Thu, 2016-06-09 07:00 AM
COLUMBUS, OH June 7,®’s iiCollectorTM web-app is an automated tool airport officials can use to manage daily self-inspection and overall airport operations. Recently presented at...
Wed, 2016-06-08 07:00 AM
MELBOURNE, FL June 7, 2016 SD Route Alerts is a premium enhancement to SD GeoServices. Powered by FlightDeck Freedom®, the technology provides pilots advanced warning so they can avoid turbulence,...
Wed, 2016-06-08 07:00 AM


By Steve BittenbenderEditor, Government Security NewsIn opening a hearing Tuesday that looked into how the Transportation Security Administration handles passenger screenings, the chairman of the...
Mon, 2016-06-06 07:00 AM
WINSTON-SALEM, NC June 3, 2016 The United States Coast Guard (USCG) has awarded Piedmont Propulsion Systems, LLC (PPS) a five-year contract to provide repair and overhaul services for the Hamilton...
Fri, 2016-06-03 11:12 AM


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WEST MELBOURNE, FL June 2, 2016RELM Wireless Corporation (NYSE MKT: RWC) today announced that the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security has...
Fri, 2016-06-03 11:02 AM
MEXICO CITY, June 1, 2016Aeromexico, Mexico's global airline, announced on May 21, that it became the first airline in Latin America authorized by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to...
Wed, 2016-06-01 07:55 AM
LONDONThe world's first fully integrated detect-track-disrupt-defeat Anti-UAV Defense System (AUDS) - developed by a trio of British companies including Blighter Surveillance Systems, Chess Dynamics...
Wed, 2016-06-01 07:39 AM
CALGARY, May 26, 2016 WestJet today announced that eligible guests departing from U.S. airports will now be able to receive the TSA PreCheck designation using web, mobile and kiosk check-in. Until...
Fri, 2016-05-27 02:46 AM

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By Steve BittenbenderEditor, Government Security News As the summer travel season kicks off this holiday weekend, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson on Thursday issued a second request to...
Wed, 2016-05-25 07:00 AM

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By Steve BittenbenderEditor, Government Security NewsOn the day when a Senate committee approved funding for an additional 1,344 Transportation Security Officers, the union representing those...

Commentary and Opinions

As we enter into the new fiscal year, three trends are going to be on the minds of every IT leader in Washington, D.C. And -- no big surprise -- they all revolve around Big Data. Those three crucial initiatives that will top the government enterprise priority list in 2015 are application rationalization, virtualization and cyber security.
With security awareness, threat assessment, and risk analysis extending into new areas like international traveler health screening, vigilance at the doors of elementary schools, and intensified subway passenger safety, it’s important for government security professionals everywhere to keep their knowledge and credentials continuously up-to-date.
The Javelin Strategy & Research’s 2014 Identity Fraud Study revealed that 13.1 million Americans became victims of identity theft last year. This startling statistic underscores the determination of malicious actors to access sensitive data. Despite the rise in exploits, vital aspects of security -- such as encryption -- has tended to slip through the cracks.
The possibility of governments collecting and analyzing personal data changed dramatically after the enactment of The Patriot Act in 2001. The public outcry following WikiLeaks and the NSA PRISM program has kept controversial data collection methods in the headlines over the past few years. The legality of this type of data collection is still in question.
When it comes to cybersecurity, boldface security organizations can seem just as susceptible to hacks as anyone else. For example, NATO suffered over 2,500 significant cyber attacks in 2012 alone. Security experts believe that the number of sophisticated offensives against NATO is likely to increase over the coming years.

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Bohemia, NY, March - Data Device Corporation (DDC) introduces the new BU-67125W Compact Avionics Interface Computer (AIC-RC), offering a completely customizable, off-...

Westford, MA, December 10 – Tyco Security Products introduces the new Illustra Pro 2 megapixel 30x PTZ camera, offering a powerful 30x optical z...

Ridgefield Park, NJ, December 7 - DVTEL, which was recently acquired by FLIR, is excited to announce the next generation Ariel dome  and bullet cameras set a new standard o...

Seattle, WA, December 3 - The Port of Seattle announced the launch of the state-of-the-art runway management solution RunWize™, which includes FODetect®, automated Foreign Objec...

San Diego – CohuHD Costar is proud to introduce the first in the RISE series of high-performance video cameras - the RISE 4260HD PTZ camera.  Designed and built using the l...

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Due to the limited amount of area that standard video cameras can cover while providing a sufficient level of detail, the current model for security system design relies on the use of large numbers of cameras.