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Five Arrested for Spreading Ransomware Throughout Europe and US

During the last week, Romanian authorities have arrested three individuals who are suspected of infecting computer systems by spreading the CTB-Locker (Curve-Tor-Bitcoin Locker) malware - a form of file-encrypting ransomware. Two other suspects from the same criminal group were arrested in Bucharest in a parallel ransomware investigation linked to the US.

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Dahua Technology Seeing the Relevance of OWASP Top 10 to Security Industry

The Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP), a worldwide not-for-profit charitable organisation dedicated to improving the security of software, has released the latest 2017 OWASP Top 10 last month. This list, produced every four years since 2003 consists of the ten most critical web application security risks and is complied with the aim of keeping pace with the ever higher demands on cybersecurity and interconnected operating systems.

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Security Robots Market Projected to Double by 2025

The global security robots market has potential for growth as companies try to establish themselves.

Transparency Market Research (TMR) suggests some companies are trying to strengthen their market presence through mergers and acquisitions. Some of the leading companies include Lockheed Martin Corp., BAE Systems PLC, Knight Scope, Boston Dynamics, Northrop Grumman Corp., Liquid Robotics,SMP and Robotic Systems Corp.

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Artificial Intelligence: 1 in 5 Men Willing to Implant Internet into Brain if it was Safe

In 10-year Follow-up on Internet Attitudes, Vrge Finds Americans Evolving View of Technology's Impact on Spirituality, Identity and its Role As Relationship Substitute

Forget Alexa, one in five American males are willing to go the next step and actually implant the Internet into their brain, providing it was safe, according to a new Vrge Analytics survey released today that looks at evolving attitudes on technology.

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Genetec Announces Airport Sense—Taps Into Existing Security Cameras and Sensors to Provide Operational Insights

New analytics solution offers a deeper understanding of airport operations and passenger flow to create a seamless traveler experience from drop-off to take off

Genetec Inc., a leading technology provider of unified security, public safety, operations, and business intelligence solutions, today introduced Genetec Airport Sense™, part of the Genetec Airport Practice Group.

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Security Industry Association Launches Autonomous Security Robots Working Group

Panel to provide resources, guidance on robotics technologies

The Security Industry Association (SIA) is taking a leading role in the adoption of one of the key emerging technologies in the security space with its creation of the Autonomous Security Robots Working Group.

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Axis Launches Cost-Effective Thermal Cameras to Aid Incident Response and Intrusion Detection While Protecting Privacy

In launching the first thermal cameras in its P-line – Axis Communications is bringing the benefits of thermal imaging to a broader range of customers and environments than ever before. The cost-effective cameras deliver thermal imaging capabilities to small and mid-size systems with budget limitations – such as schools, care environments and independent retailers– allowing for intrusion detection and incident identification, without compromising individuals’ identities.

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Dahua Technology Releases Its First Battery Powered Wi-Fi Video Doorbell DB10

Dahua Technology, a leading solution provider in global video surveillance industry, releases its first battery powered, Wi-Fi video doorbell – DB10.

As the society rapidly develops, people’s social circles are expanding. They are either in a get-together, in a vacation overseas, or at work, they spend less time at home. Traditional digital doorbells become less helpful to residents who are always on the go

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This Start-Up Can Identify You by Your Voice in a Matter of Seconds

Voiceprint recognition is another area under artificial intelligence that China has pledged to build into a US$150 billion industry over the next few years. “Your money or your life!” may not be the smartest thing for balaclava-clad bank robbers to say any more.

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New AI Police Station In China Will Have No Human Police Officers

China is taking AI seriously and is making a conscious effort to become the world leader. They are already using the world’s smartest AI technology for surveillance and recently a robot in China passed the medical exam. Adding to that long list of achievements, China is planning a completely AI police station which will have no humans.