The Industry Classification Benchmark (“ICB”) recently changed its classification for Gemalto from the “Industrials – Electronic equipment” sector to the “Technology – Software” sector. This change took effect on March 18, 2013. The Industry Classification Benchmark (ICB) is a global reference system categorizing over 70,000 companies and 75,000 securities worldwide, enabling the comparison of companies […]
According to the German Federal Environment Agency, Germans consume some 600 terawatt hours of electric power per year. Today, approximately 25 percent of this energy is lost in transmission and transformation. Developing power grids as we know them into a smart grid will allow a much more efficient use of the available energy and help […]
Europe’s citizens and businesses could benefit from better protection for their computer systems and data if the cyber insurance market can be kick started, says a new report from the European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA). The report , ‘Incentives and barriers to the cyber insurance market in Europe’ highlights the fact that while cyber […]
Securing identities is a core concern with the increase of electronic travel documents. Sophisticated applications and profitable fraud scenarios attract professional, organized crime. Modern day attacks are beyond simple counterfeiting. Security-News.tv spoke to experts of the ID security industry – Digital Identification Solutions, Giesecke & Devrient, atos, Infineon Technologies – to find out more.
idOnDemand and Fuji Xerox Australia partnership enables single credential for building entry and secured printing
idOnDemand, a business unit of Identive Group and Fuji Xerox Australia have formed an OEM partnership in which Fuji Xerox has incorporated idOnDemand’s highly secure identity readers into their multifunction devices (MFD) for secure copying and printing. idOnDemand’s TouchSecure™ readers enable Fuji Xerox to offer its customers a converged access solution that allows employees to […]
by Janice Kephart, Director of National Security Policy at the Center for Immigration Studies. Introduction The September 11 hijackers had between them 30 state-issued driver’s licenses and non-driver identification cards. These IDs were used not only to board airplanes but also to navigate in our society in preparation for the attacks. This […]