Walmart is using computer vision technology to track theft at checkout lanes, says a Business Insider article. This computer surveillance program is referred to by the retail chain as “Missed Scan Detection” and uses cameras to identify scanning errors or failures, the article says. “Cameras track and analyze activities at both self-checkout registers and those […]
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The controversial technology may be able to be regulated at the public level, but can we keep private entities from infringing on privacy rights?
The tech-friendly city made clear in mid-May that its positive relationship with technology does not supercede its desire to resist the slippery slope into a police state.
45th largest school district in Pennsylvania commits to security in transit by taking part in Safety Vision’s Evergreen Program, installing camera systems on 185 buses district-wide.
Equipped with advanced technology, NXT Robotics’ fifth generation UGV can add a level of outdoor security.
Even though the false positive rates are high, police are hoping to fix those mistakes soon.
It isn’t easy being a security operations analyst. Every company needs a cybersecurity portfolio, and the threats out there only continue to grow. Almost daily we see a new attack that costs an organization capital, reputation, or both. Security Orchestration Automation Response (SOAR) tools could provide aid to organizations buried by the potential threats out […]
A former student of the College of St. Rose in New York pled guilty to destroying “66 computers as well as numerous monitors and digital podiums containing USB data ports owned by the College.” The damage was done using a “USB Killer” device that discharged high voltage pulses into the host device, damaging the host’s electrical […]
In an effort to make the lives of border control officers easier, the European Parliament voted to integrate separate databases into one large space for personal identification information.
Airports are beginning to scan the faces of passengers boarding flights in an effort fast-tracked by the Trump Administration.