DMCA event to highlight Dubai’s maritime sector, including security

September 11, 2017 By Lauren

UAE – The Dubai Maritime City Authority (DMCA) will shed light on its comprehensive initiatives promoting maritime safety, secure navigation, and operational efficiency of Dubai’s maritime sector at this year’s Port Development Mena Conference in Dubai, UAE. The event will take place between 26-28 September and

AESG on streamlining data centre operations with commissioning

By Lauren

Gary Williams, Director of Commissioning at AESG discusses why fundamental systems in a DC including power, cooling, fire suppression, security, and management need to be properly commissioned and tested and the benefits this exercise brings. APPLICATIONS AND data are the lifeblood of business today and modern

UAE donates 15 vehicles to Security Department in Lahij Governorate, Yemen

September 5, 2017 By Lauren

UAE – The UAE has donated 15 vehicles to the Security Department of Lahij Governorate to improve the local security situation, as part of its efforts to promote security and stability in the various governorates of Yemen. Brigadier Saleh Al Sayed, Director-General of the Lahij Security

6,000 surveillance cameras installed for safety of hajj pilgrims

By Lauren

KSA – The security and control command center for Hajj installed nearly 6,000 digital cameras to monitor the movement of pilgrims at the holy sites to ensure their safety, according to the head of the center. In statements to the Saudi Press Agency (SPA), the head

CCTV plan for UK Parliament halted for being ‘unsightly’

By Lauren

UK – CCTV is to be installed for the first time in the Palace of Westminster’s internal corridors and Westminster Hall in London – but the move to address security fears is being held up because of “heritage” concerns. The Telegraph said that the Commons and Lords Speakers

When Androids attack: Protecting against WireX Botnet DDoS threats

By Lauren

Mohammed Al-Moneer, Regional Director, MENA at A10 Networks assesses a new mobile threat involving apps… IT APPEARS Mirai may have some competition. And its name is WireX. Google recently removed roughly 300 apps from its Play Store after researchers found that the apps in question were secretly

Cambridge Pixel supplies radar trackers to ASV Global for unmanned boats

By Lauren

UK – Cambridge Pixel, a developer of radar display, tracking and recording sub-systems, is supplying its radar tracking and fusion software to ASV Global (ASV) to enhance situational awareness on its range of unmanned boats. ASV supplies unmanned and autonomous surface vessels for commercial, military and