Posts Tagged ‘security’

TSA Names DFW Airport Innovation Test Site for New Security Ideas

Posted by Lance Murray

Dallas Fort Worth International Airport has been assigned an active role in the future of the nation’s transportation system. 

Last week, the Transportation Security Administration announced the world’s fourth-busiest airport in terms of operations has been designated as an official …

Local Companies Display Latest Security Tech at ASIS Expo

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

From fully autonomous robots to a crime-fighting app, companies with local ties had a strong presence at the ASIS 2017 conference in downtown Dallas this week.

The multi-day conference hosted by the organization for professional security professionals at Kay Bailey …

HITRUST Offers Health-Care Risk Management Training

Posted by Mallory Houser

In an effort to combat continued cybersecurity breaches in the health-care industry, Frisco-based HITRUST is creating a Community Extension Program to help organizations collaborate and discuss risk-management solutions.  

Health-care cybersecurity attacks increased by 63 percent in 2016, according to

CoinPouch App Enhances Cryptocurrency Security

Posted by Lance Murray

Mobile app guru Kirk Ballou’s Touch Titans has entered the world of cryptocurrency, creating an app that he said increases the security of digital money exchanges with increased convenience.

His new app, called CoinPouch, puts secure access to cryptocurrency in …

UTA MetroLab Project Tackles Parking, Security Issues

Posted by Dave Moore

smart citiesFrom a satellite’s eye view, it doesn’t look all that challenging to park at the University of Texas at Arlington.

Thousands of student, staff, and faculty parking spots are interspersed across the sprawling campus, delineated clearly by stripes …

Sabre Asks Travel Experts About Global Priorities in 2017

Posted by Nick Vivion

The end of any year is a natural inflection point. Whether you follow the Gregorian or Lunar calendar, the conclusion of a year lends itself to a moment of pause. Reflecting on the year naturally segues into looking ahead. With

How IoT, Artificial Intelligence will Affect Our Future

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

Connected cars, nano-fabric, virtual reality and even smart toilets. The future looks amazing yet scary at the same time as people sacrifice privacy for convenience and rely on artificial intelligence to handle repetitive tasks.  

Without the luxury of a time …

Here’s What to Look For When Selecting a Colocation Provider

Posted by Gary Wojtaszek


As large-scale companies specializing in cloud, internet, social media, and enterprise continue to grow at unprecedented speeds, they often see their IT footprints doubling or tripling in size in a short time period. …

Uber, Microsoft Team Up on New Security Feature

Posted by Lance Murray

Uber and Microsoft are teaming up to increase the security of the Uber app that are intended to reduce driving risks, including the new Real-Time ID Check feature.

Real-Time ID Check is Uber’s newest security feature that uses Microsoft Cognitive …

How Verizon’s Solutions Enhance Customer, Business Experiences 

Posted by Verizon


To stay competitive for customers in today’s mobile world, all businesses must be innovative in their offerings and access. Customers expect businesses they frequent — be it their favorite grocery store, preferred …