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Why Do Some Travellers Resist the Use of Biometrics?

June 27th, 2018

The Unisys Security Index revealed that 75% were willing to use a biometric to confirm their identity at an automated boarding gate when boarding a flight and 71% were willing to use a biometric to identify themselves as a frequent traveller of low security risk. This is good news for government agencies, airports and airlines that are expanding the use of biometrics as part of a seamless and secure travel experience. But it begs a question. Why are over 20% of travellers UNWILLING to use a biometric to identify themselves when travelling?

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Protect the Critical: A New Approach to Cybersecurity

June 15th, 2018

With increasing demand for the free flow of data to conduct daily life, businesses and governments are forced to rethink how they made data and systems available. For security professionals, protecting the critical has become a boardroom concern of how to increase productivity without putting the organization at risk.

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Managing Risk through Predictive Analytics

December 15th, 2017

Cyberattacks and threats continue to increase and their impact to business operations are becoming more detrimental. Security operations personnel are utilizing data received from monitoring systems to develop usage patterns and behaviors which predict the expected actions inside and outside a network. Are you geared up enough?

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Implications of CrashOverride for Industrial Operators

June 22nd, 2017

A second successful attack was launched against the Ukrainian electric grid on December 17, 2016. This incident is a classic well-resourced and likely state sponsored attack against infrastructure and Industrial Control Systems (ICS). Industrial operators should understand the attack methodologies and review their own protective practices in context of this incident.

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