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Faking it

2017-10-19 |

Timothy Compston investigates why it is that fake news is so high on the agenda. The term ‘fake news’ is much in evidence these days ...

Fighting back

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Yedidya Moy explains how a complete X-ray lab that fits into a small bag is giving security forces the cutting edge In the past, the ability to ...

Time for change

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James Wickes reveals how the GDPR can help to transform our use of visual data Any mention of CCTV surveillance is likely to call up images of ...

CIVSEC 2018: Rise of the cities

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The CIVSEC 2018 Congress is Australia’s first major conference and industry exposition to address the full spectrum of national security threats. ...

Will the robots win?

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Paula Mathers considers the impact of the growing trend for using AI as our workforce As a society, we seem to want things at the touch of a ...

Held to ransom

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Tony Rowan uncovers the psychology behind hackers and ransomware While ransomware has been around for decades, in 2017 we’ve seen an ...

The growing threat of laptop bombs

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Liron Naor consider what aviation security measures can be put in place to keep travellers safe from IEDs Back in March the aviation industry was ...

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