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Luxury Palm Beach resort receives initial approval for security upgrade

The Breakers has had initial plans approved which would see the 140-acre property enhance its security by installing a variety ...
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New biometrics rule being considered by Argentina telecoms regulator

Argentina’s telecoms regulator is preparing a new rule which would make it mandatory for operators to register customer biometrics when ...
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Exclusive: IBM security expert shares cyber predictions for 2023

As we begin the new year, we are reminded of how frequently high profile cyber-attacks now occur. In the past ...
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PERCo introduces new boom barrier for international market

PERCo has announced that its boom barrier equipment, presented and first demonstrated at the Intersec exhibition in Dubai, will now ...
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ASIS International and SIA partner on women in security event

ASIS International and the Security Industry Association (SIA) have announced a partnership to launch a new event designed to showcase women in ...
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Zimperium names new Chief Marketing Officer

Mobile security platform provider Zimperium has announced that Sammie Walker has joined the company as Chief Marketing Officer. Walker – ...
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ASSA ABLOY expertise and software helps enhance Brussels office building

On a landmark new office development in central Brussels, ASSA ABLOY’s Openings Studio software helped achieve the ultimate goal: Excellence ...
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Security professionals to meet once again at The Security Event in Birmingham, UK

The Security Event (TSE) will return to the NEC Birmingham on 25-27 April 2023. This year’s event is set to ...
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Global PTaaS provider names new Vice President of Sales

Brent Plow has recently been named as Vice President of Sales for BreachLock, a global leader in pen testing as ...

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Luxury Palm Beach resort receives initial approval for security upgrade

January 30, 2023
All Security News - The Breakers has had initial plans approved which would see the 140-acre property enhance its security by installing a variety of physical solutions. The luxury resort – located in Palm Beach, Florida, US – was founded in 1896 by Henry Morrison Flagler and has 538 guest rooms as well as outstanding facilities including a private beach club and championship golf courses. Palm Beach Daily News reports that, following a meeting on 18 January, the Landmarks Preservation Commission issued a certificate of appropriateness which would see the arrival of seven decorative metal vehicular gates, four decorative metal pedestrian gates, seven crash-rated guardhouse gate arms and five sections of decorative metal fencing totalling nearly 5,200 feet in length. Though the project does need local approval to move forward, a review and final verdict is expected following council meetings in February 2023. James Crowley, an Attorney representing The Breakers, commented: “We’ve been working on security at The Breakers for over ten years and we’ve really been trying to control access to the property, especially at night. “What we’re proposing to do is secure the property around the perimeter with some new fencing behind the hedge. Most of this will be screened by landscaping.” The project has been planned with aesthetics in mind and all the specified physical solutions are expected to be compatible with existing buildings and surrounding environments.. All Security News from International Security Journal.

New biometrics rule being considered by Argentina telecoms regulator

January 30, 2023
All Security News - Argentina’s telecoms regulator is preparing a new rule which would make it mandatory for operators to register customer biometrics when they swap to new SIM cards. The implementation of this procedure – which was confirmed by Gustavo Lopez, Vice President, Ente Nacional De Comunicaciones (Enacom) – would improve security for subscribers whilst also hindering SIM hijacking. As reported by local newspaper Clarin, Vice President Lopez made the announcement after prompts by a Federal Judge who requested that the regulatory authority should implement more security measures to prevent phone hacking. Enacom will publish its full decision by the end of February 2023.. All Security News from International Security Journal.

Exclusive: IBM security expert shares cyber predictions for 2023

January 30, 2023
All Security News - As we begin the new year, we are reminded of how frequently high profile cyber-attacks now occur. In the past month alone, the UK has seen the Twitter accounts of two Cabinet ministers hacked, the Guardian newspaper being hit with a suspected ransomware attack, a cyber incident at Royal Mail that halted its international operations, and 14 schools suffering criminal data breaches. In 2022, the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) monitored 2.7 million fraud cases, with 18 ransomware attacks – including on critical infrastructure such as the NHS – requiring a nationally coordinated response. It’s perhaps no surprise then that cybersecurity is taking precedence over innovation as the top area of investment for businesses, according to Red Hat’s 2023 Tech Outlook report. As organisations across sectors prepare for security challenges in 2023, it’s worth reflecting on how cyber-attack trends have evolved in the past year and how they might develop. So, what were the key developments in 2022? Adversaries found leverage in real-world repercussions Two years ago, the hot button issue was “data exfiltration”, but we’ve now moved on to full scale business disruption. For example, last year European oil storage facilities were affected by a cyber-attack at a logistics company in Germany, which resulted in interrupted services at over 233 gas stations. Breach costs reached new heights and consumers felt the impact through higher prices IBM research found that the average global cost of a data breach in 2022 had risen nearly 13% over two years to reach an all-time high of $4.35 million. Struggling to keep up with breach costs, 60% of businesses increased the prices of their products and services, fanning the flames of inflation. And, with 83% of businesses having suffered more than one data breach in their lifetimes, consumers have been impacted multiple times..... All Security News from International Security Journal.

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