Tag: Security

Lighters just got safer, thanks to revised ISO 9994 standards

To help reduce the risks of open flame, ISO standards exist for both regular pocket lighters and the utility types that have a longer reach. In both cases, the focus is on user safety.

London’s smart city plans embrace growing security infrastructure

Why Smart cities are the next great advance in the fight against terrorism.

A piece of vulcanised rubber may not stop an active shooter, but that doesn’t mean it’s a bad idea!

This is a response to "What the puck? Can a piece of vulcanised rubber stop an active shooter?" published by Phil Gurski on The Resilience Post on 06 December 2018.

What the puck? Can a piece of vulcanised rubber stop an active shooter?

Is a hockey puck REALLY an effective weapon against a guy with a gun?

Santiago de Chile’s pocket parks

The Santiago Resilience Strategy identifies the recovery of empty lots through these pocket plazas as a priority initiative.

Reference framework for the Internet of Things

How ISO 30141 will help ensure Internet of Things systems are seamless, safer and far more resilient.

Does the fear of terrorism outweigh the actual threat level?

Can we really put a dent in those who radicalize to violence and execute terrorist acts?

How much airport security is too much?

Why we are not going to get less airport security and may even get more, as hard as that may be to believe.

Fighting the vanilla thieves of Madagascar

How does the stolen or early picked product get into the supply chain? And how large business is allowing this to happen?

Frankfurt Airport terminal evacuated after ‘unauthorised person and child get past security and disappear’

Due to a police action, the German Federal Police is currently evacuating Piers A and Z at Frankfurt Airport’s T1. As a result of this measure, flight disruptions can be expected.

Not all security systems fail!

Not all security systems are created equals. We often hear about the ones that fail, but rarely the ones that worked!

An uneventful G7 – from a security standpoint

Compare that with the 2010 G8/G20 disaster in Toronto where police cars were burned, bank windows were smashed and hundreds were arrested. The question raises itself: what was different this time in Canada?

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