Transit, Infrastructure Still Top Worry, but Cyber War Looms

Mehdizadeh, Yahya
September 2007
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Sep2007, Vol. 44 Issue 9, p136
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the homeland security role of advanced video technology, electronic alarm, and motion detection in protecting infrastructure, government buildings, and corporate enterprises in the U.S. In airports, new people and luggage scanning systems bring a higher level of security while speeding up the process. In the same way, the Homeland Security is urging the implementation of consistent and secure driver's licenses and citizen identification (ID) cards across the country.


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