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Bad Code Library Triggers Devil’s Ivy Vulnerability in Millions of IoT...

Tens of millions of products ranging from airport surveillance cameras, sensors, networking equipment and IoT devices are vulnerable to a flaw that allows attacks to remotely gain control over devices or crash them.

After Saudi airline imposes new security measures, laptop ban set to...

Travelers in Jeddah are cleared to bring laptops, Riyadh is expected this week.

US border agents: We won’t search data “located solely on remote...

What does that mean in practice? CBP isn't saying for now.

Laptop ban led to 20-percent drop in flights for one Mideast...

Emirates, Etihad, and Turkish Airlines increase security, drop electronics ban.

Want to see Trump’s airport vision in action? Israel already has...

Israel's eye-watering security standards could soon become the norm for passengers traveling to the US.

US reveals new airport security measures to avoid expanding laptop ban

The new decree may make life easier for travelers, but certainly not for airlines.

US seeks more airport security, could expand airplane laptop ban

DHS Chief: “Our enemies are adaptive, and we must be too.”

Google-run contest will pay out $1.5m for AI that spots weapons...

The US Department of Homeland security has launched a new prize on Google's data-science crowdsourcing site, Kaggle, to speed up airport pat-downs.

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InfiNet Wireless helps AOT improve connectivity in Thai Airports

Interference-free wireless links were utilised by Easy Networkrsquo;s solutionsValletta, Malta. 19 June 2017: InfiNet Wireless, the global leader in fixed broadband wireless connectivity, has provided seamless data transfer solutions to improve connectivity and enhanced safety in four of Thailandrsquo;s major airports.Airports of Thailand plc (AOT), the governing body of Thailandrsquo;s six international airports, needed a cost-effective, reliable solution after four of its busiest airports – Suvarnabhumi, Don Muang, Ubon Ratchathani and Phuket Airport – began... Source: RealWire

The premature quest for AI-powered facial recognition to simplify screening

"This technology at the airport... is premature.
Itrsquo;s not the right way to go."

Volkswagen, Bosch, Fiat diesel emissions cheats cracked open in new research

Current US and EU emissions testing is insufficient to confirm compliance.