Oil Ministry to install CCTV to guard against espionage

Oil ministry plans to install CCTV cameras in its various sensitive locations to guard against espionage. This step has been taken to control the flow of sensitive information and to prevent leakages of confidential documents. The petroleum ministry has also floated a tender for six cameras last month, each having …

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Biometrics market in India estimated to grow at 44.22% by 2018

According to a latest report by Research and Markets, Biometrics market in India is expected to grow at a CAGR of 44.22 percent over the period 2013-2018. One of the key factors contributing to this market growth is the increasing number of government-initiated biometrics projects. The Biometrics market in India …

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DEITY approves Rs 40 Cr for women safety

The department of electronics and information technology with the assistance of World Bank has approved Rs 40 Cr to Delhi police for Women Safety. Through this amount, the department aims to implement the United Nations Women Safe City project to put in place enhanced security apparatus for women. The amount …

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CCTV security market to reach $1.06 bn

Security CCTV market in India is expected to touch USD 1.06 billion by 2015 as an increasing number of enterprises invest in these solutions to protect their business especially in the digital world, research firm Gartner has predicted.  According to Gartner, security vendor revenue (hardware, software and services) in India …

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CCTV mandatory in Bangalore school buses

The new guidelines issued by Banglore police made it mandatory for school managements to install CCTV cameras and GPS device in their school buses and appoint floor vigilance officers (FVOs) to ensure safety of students. The deadline for implementing these guidelines is set as August 31st. The police released nine …

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Cybercrimes major threat to Indian firms: KPMG

Cybercrime has emerged as a major threat for businesses across the country as acknowledged by an overwhelming 89 percent of executives surveyed, said a KPMG report in released in New Delhi on Monday.Over the past few years, the global cybercrime landscape has changed dramatically, with criminals employing more sophisticated technology …

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