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Deadly cargo

2014-10-20 |

Paul Simpson describes how the latest radiation detection technology is being applied at ports to identify and intercept potentially deadly ...

Digital forensics unlocked


With courts still failing to take advantage of mobile digital forensic evidence, Yuval Ben-Moshe argues legal systems must accommodate and ...

Countering budget cuts


Lina Kolesnikova looks at the global response to ISIS, and argues that cuts in spending on counter terrorism could leave us exposed to attack by ...

Nato rebooted


Anthony Tucker-Jones reports on a reinvigorated alliance forced to confront Russian expansionism and Islamic militants   President Obma came ...

Bugs, espionage and the insider threat


Tony Kingham examines the how cheap, widely available covert surveillance technology is making corporate espionage by employees an increasingly ...

Sonar security


Konrad Mech discusses how advances in multimode multi-beam sonar technology are helping to protect ports and shipping from underwater terrorist ...

One step ahead?


In an industry shaped by the 2010 attempted “printer cartridge” bombing, Frederic Brouiller asks whether air cargo security detection equipment ...

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