Air locks were originally designed for use in pressurised environments such as submarines to allow someone to enter to leave the vessel without it flooding. This is achieved by two independent doors that do not open at the same time, allowing the inner chamber to flood with water before the diver leaves the submarine.
Global consulting firm Ernst and Young have recently published their annual 2017-2018 cyber security survey report.
The report canvases the opinion of a large number of organisations to understand their perception of cyber security.
Introduction to facial recognition
With emerging markets and global advancements, the facial recognition market is predicted to expand. It’s estimated to reach $6.5 Billion by the end of 2018.
With 2D, 3D, thermal, emotion, forensic and mobile facial recognition (similar to the technology deployed in the iPhone X), popularity has increased in the corporate world.
When preparing your initial security design for a client, how often can you enjoy the comfort of having the integration requirements stated up front?
The sad truth is that integration requirements are usually not known until the system is commissioned.
Open standards or open protocols allow vendor equipment to interoperate without needing a proprietary interface or gateway.
The aviation industry gives us a great example; all commercial pilots must be able to speak fluent English.
This means that a German pilot and Spanish air traffic controller can both understand each other without an interpreter.