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Biometrica Announces Release Of New SSIN, With Mobile App That Allows Near Real-Time Facial Recognition

According to the FBI’s violent crime database, there are currently approximately 33,000 violent street gangs, outlaw motorcycle gangs, and prison gangs, with about 1.4 million active members criminally active in the U.S. and Puerto Rico. (KYC???) Source: Biometrica Announces Release Of New SSIN, With Mobile App That Allows Near Real-Time Facial Recognition

Plan X — DARPA Sets Cyber Foundations

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For years, the Pentagon has been open and adamant about the nation’s need to defend itself against cyberattack, but its ability and desire to attack enemies with cyberweapons has been cloaked in mystery. Plan X — an effort to improve the offensive cyberwarfare capabilities “needed to dominate the cyber battlespace,” according to an announcement for the workshop. No…

General Mark Owen tapped as Civergy CEO

  US Air Force Brigadier General Mark Owen (retired) has been appointed Chief Executive Office as of March 2014. Mark is more than just “qualified to lead” the Civergy family of companies, as we move towards building an organization that provides a range of critical services and indispensible products — from cybersecurity to energy security, business…

Internet of Things its kinda a Big Deal | Wyly Wade

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Really no kidding. Just by logic there are lots more light switches, outlets and appliances dwarf the total number of computers, laptops and other computing devices ever sold. 1.9 billion devices today with an estimate of 9 billion devices in the next 4 years; the Internet of Things is turning into big business. Now imagine…

I-R-C-H AAS Infrastructure, Research, Crimeware and Hacking as a Service

If you have not heard of any of these it is not surprising but they are beginning to effect everyones daily lives. All of these have been purchasable in the past but never at the scale that is being exposed today. The advent of the cloud and the proliferation of the internet around the world has…

The ‘smartest’ city = Santander, Spain

An old port city on Spain’s Atlantic coast has emerged as a prototype for high-tech smart cities worldwide. Blanketed with sensors, it’s changing the way of life for its residents. Santander is a picturesque coastal city – the sound of waves, crashing on the seawall, provides a gentle backdrop to daily life. Aside from the occasional ferry from…

3D Printing “DRM” Aims to Stop Next-Gen Pirates

A startup called Authentise wants to skip the file-sharing Napster era and go straight to the legal, commercial streaming services. It developed a technology that works like a Spotify for “physibles”—a newly coined term for 3D-printed objects,MIT’s Technology Review reported via Motherboard. http://torrentfreak.com/3d-printing-drm-aims-to-stop-next-gen-pirates-130827/ Related articles And it Begins: 3D Printing and the New Age of DRM New 3D printing DRM…

A Bug ‘Glitch’ opens all the cell doors of maximum security wing of prison

Florida prison officials are trying to figure out whether a computer glitch may be behind two recent, as yet unexplained incidents where all of the doors at a facility’s maximum-security wing opened simultaneously. In the latest occurrence, on 13 June, guards at the Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center in Miami, Florida, had to rush to corral prisoners back…

A Fridge, Car Windows and iChastity Belts

The Internet of Things is rapidly expanding. I the past week I have seen a internet connect sprinkler system, a connected train set and craziest is an internet connected diaper pad to potty train your autistic kid. One of my favorite examples is the toilet developed by MIT that determines the health of the user…

3D scan with a Kinect for 3D printing

Volumental on target to make 3D scanning mainstream. Scanning and 3D printing an object could become much simpler if 3D printing company Volumental is successful in crowdfunding the development of a web app which would allow users to scan and print 3D objects using nothing more than a Microsoft XBox Kinect sensor and a web browser.…

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