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AEI Acquires Linkware, Pangiam for Integrated Travel & Security Tech Push

AE Industrial Partners

AE Industrial Partners has acquired Linkware, a company that specializes in custom software solutions and government consulting, and Pangiam, a security and travel consulting services provider, to create an integrated travel solutions technology platform, AEI announced Wednesday. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. "Combining Linkware with Pangiam will create a compelling travel and security solutions technology platform with unlimited potential," said Kevin McAleenan.

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Cloud-Based Identity Tools, Mobile Device-Based Authentication Among Cyber Market Trends to Watch in 2019

Some of the trends in the cybersecurity market to watch in 2019 include the availability of identity platforms in the cloud and use of mobile devices in authentication, Security Today reported Wednesday. Organizations aim to supplement application security platforms in the cloud with cloud-based identity and access management systems. The …

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NIST Report Highlights Tech Advancements in Facial Recognition Market

The National Institute of Standards and Technology has published a report that points to rapid advancements in the U.S. marketplace for facial recognition software platforms. NIST said Friday it evaluated 127 software algorithms from 39 different developers and found that face-based biometric matching algorithms showed 20 times better searching performance over the past …

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Radiant Solutions-Led Team Launches Facial, Fingerprint ID System; Tony Frazier Comments

Maxar Technologies’ Radiant Solutions business has teamed up with Secure Planet and Rank One Computing to launch a multimodal platform designed to provide facial recognition, fingerprint and palm print identification capabilities. The AFIX Tracker FR system uses ROC-developed algorithms for facial recognition and features software, hardware, onsite training and related support …

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Unisys: Law Enforcement Provides Key Opportunity to Integrate Biometrics Into Wearable Tech

A Unisys study predicts that law enforcement would lead the integration of biometrics into wearable technology in order to identify known or suspected criminals and terrorists. The company polled 54 biometrics professionals at the Biometrics Institute Asia Pacific Conference in Australia from May 24 to 26 for the study, Unisys said Tuesday. The …

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