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Taipei, 31 May 2001 1. Man locks up his door 2. Man with tens of door locks 3. Bundle of door locks 4. Windows with cages to man 5. Various of man with door locks 6. SOUNDBITE (Mandarin) Alex Wu, Taipei resident "I was really upset that people often break in to my house and steal my goods. Dogs are useless. And alarm systems don't work, either." 7. Man holding keys 8. Keys 9. SOUNDBITE (Mandarin) Alex Wu, Taipei resident "It's much safer this way. These locks can scare thieves away. They wouldn't know what to do with them." 10. Man 11. SOUNDBITE (Mandarin) Vox Pop, Woman neighbour "I don't think this neighborhood is unsafe. It's not that bad." 12. SOUNDBITE (Mandarin) Vox Pop, Male neighbour "I guess this has to do with his personal problems." 13. Locks STORYLINE: A...
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With data breaches, identity theft, and social sharing of personal information and content, awareness of personal privacy and security on mobile devices is growing. The onset of security apps for phones helps people feel proactive in safeguarding their privacy. Both security conscious users and nefarious actors have turned to both security apps and vault apps to protect their data These apps can be a trove of new content for investigators as they are used to hide illicit images or video. But there are other concerns that you as the examiner should be aware of as these apps often have other functionality. Join Jessica Hyde, Director of Forensics, for a look into vault and security apps with a focus on Cheetah Mobile apps including file managers, cleaning apps, private browsers and app lock...
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(22 Aug 2016) LEAD IN: A Switzerland-based smartphone manufacturer has launched a $13,000 USD mobile device which boasts "military-grade" encryption for security-conscious celebrities. Sirin Labs counts British actor Tom Hardy among its brand ambassadors and is responding to an evolving need for tough mobile security among those in the spotlight. STORY-LINE: As large sections of the smartphone industry race to deliver rock bottom prices, Sirin Labs is standing out in the market with this luxury-priced device. The Solarin smartphone is priced from 9,500 British pounds (approx. $13,000 USD) before tax. Each Android device is comprised of over 2,000 elements, carefully assembled by experts in Sweden. Sirin Labs' VP of Product, Fredrik Oijer says it's definitely not a mass market dev...
This new portable PC is designed specifically for anybody who wants to keep their information private. This obviously includes people who have a formal obligation to protect the data in their care: people such as lawyers and people in health-care fields. It’s also true of people who create valuable data such as photographers and videographers, musicians, authors, and many others. But it’s also true of everyday PC users as we all have things we're keeping from the public eyes.
Safety Senior and Safety Man are on another adventure to help remind hospital employees about safe practices. In this video, Safety Senior is looking for another job to do in the hospital. Push play to see if he finds one. Subscribe to see more adventures in safety.
Lagos Nigeria’s economic capital is a city bustling with activities daily, with a popular commercial bus service termed or called “Danfo” that plies through all the major and connecting routes in the city. Peter Ameh a Logistics officer with Proshare Nigeria’s leading financial information hub narrates his recent ordeal in the hands of fake transporters and criminals using the Danfo bus within Lagos state. This video is sending an alert to Lagosians to be security conscious as they enter “Danfo” buses and other public transport vehicles within the city.
As we look to securely manage an increasingly remote and disparate work force, the very tools we use could well be opening us up to greater risk. Hacks to remote control software like Teamviewer and LogMeIn may be old news, but are companies really aware of the full extent of the risks they are exposing their companies to by using these platforms? Join us we discuss Goverlan, a secure alternative to hosted-remote control and remote desktop solutions. Watch as we demonstrate Goverlan and show real-world examples and tips. This technical demonstration will include: -- Supporting users with advanced remote control -- Automating IT, no matter what IT is -- Active Directory management made easy -- Deploying software and patches -- Monitoring servers and critical infrastructure Watch this r...
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Databac is a specialist manufacturer and supplier of ID cards, ID & access control systems and related products. Since 1970, our focus has been squarely on state of the art identification systems, latest access control and biometrics systems. We manufacture and supply blank, pre-printed and technology cards including the systems to personalise them, we also offer a wide range of lanyards, cardholders and other accessories to wear and display our cards. Databac develop bespoke software for visitor ID, event registration, product tracking, ID card & tag personalisation and encoding. We have arrange of end-to-end solutions for access control, time and attendance, loyalty systems and much more.
There is a call by police authorities in C division for East Coast businesses to pay more attention to their own security.