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  • Cyber Attacks Could Warrant Military Reply, Experts Say

    Computer attacks like North Korea's breach of Sony Entertainment are not acts of war, but they could cause enough havoc and economic pain to trigger a military response, experts told the Tribune-Review on Thursday. The Sony incident, which delayed the planned national release of "The Interview," a comedy film that parodied North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, the CIA and journalists, set standards for[...]

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    Rick Kelly: Building Security Priorities

    With 55 plants and nine corporate campuses, as well as parts stores, customer service and sales centers, warehouses and distribution centers around the world, the global security department at Ingersoll Rand has quite a few different environments to deal with, says Director of Global Security Rick Kelly. “We are charged with protecting our people, our assets, our reputation and brand. We do that[...]

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    Former CIA Chief: Security Landscape More Complex Than Ever

    Having served as director of both the Central Intelligence Agency and the National Security Agency, retired Air Force Gen. Michael Hayden has a deep understanding of the wide range of threats facing our nation today, whether it is from terrorist groups, such as al-Qaida and ISIS, or rogue nation states like North Korea and Iran. However, Hayden, who delivered the keynote address last Wednesday at [...]

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    Report: Biometrics Playing An Increasing Role In A Variety Of Markets

    According to a new report from ABI Research, demand for biometrics is being driven by the increasing adoption of fingerprint sensors on smartphones, along with the use of vein technologies for ATM transactions and iris recognition solutions in healthcare. In fact, the research firm said that fingerprint sensors for smartphones are expected to reach 1 billion shipments by 2020, marking a 17 percent[...]

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    ORC Continues To Plague Retailers At An Alarming Rate

    Despite the fact that shrink has been in a slow decline over the past decade, the scourge of organized retail crime (ORC) remains a thorn in the side of retailers nationwide. According to the results of the National Retail Federation’s 11th annual Organized Retail Crime Survey, 97 percent of retailers surveyed said that their organization had fallen victim to ORC in the past year, which was up [...]

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