Fujitsu Strengthens Cyber-Security with AI Technology to Protect Against Deception Attacks

Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd. recently announced the development of a technology to make AI models more robust against deception attacks. The technology protects against attempts to use forged attack data to trick AI models into making a deliberate misjudgment when AI is used for sequential data consisting of multiple elements. With the use of AI technologies progressing in various fields in recent years, the risk of attacks that intentionally interfere with AI’s ability to make correct judgements represents a source of growing concern. Many suitable conventional security resistance enhancement technologies exist…

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Honeywell Introduces Virtual Reality-Based Simulator to Optimize Training for Industrial Workers

Honeywell recently introduced an advanced industrial training solution that combines 3D immersive technology with industry-leading operator training simulation to create a collaborative learning environment for plant operators and field technicians. Honeywell’s Immersive Field Simulator is a virtual reality (VR) and mixed reality-based training tool that incorporates a digital twin of the physical plant to provide targeted, on-demand, skill-based training for workers. “Faced with increasingly complex technology and an experienced workforce nearing retirement, operators need robust technical training and development solutions that accurately depict real-world environments,” said Pramesh Maheshwari, Vice President…

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Rising to Meet the INTERPOL Digital Security Challenge

Imagine that a well-known company has been hit by a cyberattack – criminals have conducted a business email compromise (BEC) scam against the company, compromising the email of the CEO to trick an employee into making a payment of USD 100 million to an account controlled by the criminals. Now imagine you are a police officer working at the INTERPOL National Central Bureau (NCB) in your country, and you are asked to work with cybercrime investigators as well as other digital forensics examiners around the world to investigate the incident.…

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People Do People Things: The Future of Security is Human

As 2020 comes to an end, the importance of understanding the relationship between humans and technology is at an all-time high. Widespread shifts in the fabric of our society, prompted by the ongoing pandemic, exposed weaknesses in security tools and protocols for remote workers, highlighted issues of network reliability and accessibility, and demanded that humans find innovative ways to keep organizations running. While the fallout from the pandemic is unignorable, the ability for people to respond to seemingly endless challenges has been nothing short of remarkable. The year 2021 will…

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Improved Alarm Accuracy with AcuSense Technology It Makes You Feel Safer

Video surveillance has evolved from a simple requirement for clear images to video content analysis (VCA) for improved management. Now, with deep learning, security solutions are enabled with sophisticated intelligence and efficiency at a whole new level. Prama Hikvision’s AcuSense is newly born out of this, which makes advanced VCA and deep learning capabilities available to small and medium businesses, and residential customers for the first time. Small and medium businesses have many of the same surveillance and security requirements as larger organizations. They need to identify and react to…

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Challenges and Solutions to Managing a Fire Detection System in a Hospital

There are over 1200 NHS hospitals across the UK, spread across 223 NHS trusts, ranging in age and complexity. Very few of them are single stand-alone buildings, instead the sites usually represent complicated infrastructure networks, that have grown and developed over a few decades. This in turn increases the complexity of the fire detection system across the whole site. The challenges in managing fire detection system in such structures can be associated with:   Cost of ownership: Management of aging system and replacement components availability. Contracts locked to a single…

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Olymbec Chooses Hanwha to Secure its Properties and Improve Rentability

Olymbec, one of the largest, privately owned industrial real estate holders on the East Coast has chosen Hanwha cameras to help secure its properties and improve rentability. Managing upwards of 300 properties in Quebec and 15 different States in the US, Olymbec owns more than 30 million square feet of property. Managing this much real estate means that Olymbec has to balance a variety of concerns, including providing positive tenant experiences, generating revenue, and protecting assets. When it comes to security, the company is faced with everything from accidental damage…

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Gazprom Arena St. Petersburg

Since its completion in 2017, the Gazprom Arena has served as the home ground stadium for the Russian football club Zenit St. Petersburg. And as one of the host stadiums for the 2018 FIFA World Cup and the 2021 Euro Football Championship, the Gazprom Arena must also satisfy the strict security regulations of FIFA, UEFA and ESSMA. When selecting the video security system, the managers responsible at Zenit therefore opted for a solution from the German manufacturer Dallmeier. With its patented Panomera® multifocal-sensor system, Dallmeier guarantees the security of many…

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Reliable Bosch Systems give Naresuan University a Sense of Safety and Security

Naresuan University is a government university located in Phitsanulok province. It was established in 1990 following the upgrading of Srinakharinwirot University. Naresuan University is today the primary choice for education in the lower north and upper central areas of Thailand. Its campus is centred around a newly built four-storey university library and also features a newly built eight-storey multi-purpose domed building (the NU Dome), which caters to indoor sports competitions, graduation ceremonies and is home to a fabric museum, the student affairs division and various student clubs. The renovated Faculty…

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How Logistics Parks can Improve Efficiency and Site Security with Smart Video

Global supply chains, the booming online retail market, and rising demand for manufactured goods have driven growth in the logistics industry. An array of materials and goods are constantly on the move by truck – arriving at logistics parks before the last miles of their journey to stores or customers’ addresses. With goods moving 24/ 7/ 365, logistics parks need to work extremely efficiently to stay ahead of demand, and to ensure that goods are delivered on time. Additionally, security is a top concern for operators – from the moment…

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