Category: Security

Vote, with No Confidence

The voting machines that almost derailed the Oct. 7 California recall election are all being replaced. But controversy over voting technology is far from finished

NYBOT: Going Home

In effect, Pat Gambaro began planning for this day in 1993.This month he is coming home, to new offices with a state-of-the-art trading floor for

Ports of Entry: Fast In, Fast Out

Major U.S. ports, such as the Port of Oakland, are complex transportation systems that serve everything from recreational boats, to passenger ferries, to cruise ships,

American Dynamics: LAN, Camera, Action

Traditional video-security systems are known as closed-circuit television (CCTV) for a good reason: These workhorses of perimeter security typically use dedicated coaxial cable to carry

The Cost of Containment

A “standard” shipping container is 8 feet wide, 8.5 feet high and 20 feet long. It can hold as much as 19 tons of soft

By the Numbers: September 2003

States vs. Cyberterror:Where is it a Crime?If information security used to be about preventing teenage hackers from breaking into corporate networks, 9/11 changed that. Since