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Coronavirus

biological

In an essay published by the Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI), retired Major Gen. Julie Benz discusses the Coronavirus, pointing out that lessons learned from...

By Or Shalom Cyberattacks targeting the health sector have intensified following the COVID-19 crisis. The US Department of Health and Human Services and the Office...
coronavirus

Face masks that cover the mouth and nose to prevent COVID-19 contamination could soon become a lot more useful for the wearer. Researchers are...

US Army soldiers will soon be able to bring their own approved devices to use at work on an enduring basis. The US Army...
unmanned systems

At a time when efficient vaccine and medication delivery is crucial, new drone network technology allows for near-instant deployment for medical deliveries, emergency services...
airport security tactics

Passenger screening automation will create the next-generation screening experience at airports. A new program by the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and...

“Make products cyber-safe. If you’re developing new technology and want to sell it in the market, make sure your R&D is cyber secure,” this...

Head of Innovation and Country Branding, Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs: “The Corona period has raised the profile of the Israeli innovation industry in...
first response in disaster

Pressure has ramped up globally for better biosafety and security over the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic. Its impact could inspire “bad actors” to...

Studies have demonstrated that detector dogs are one of the most reliable tools available to identify substances based on the odors they emit. Previous...

The US government has been prioritizing zero-trust cybersecurity. Zero trust security asserts that devices should not be trusted by default, even if they are...
Cybersecurity photo illus. by Pixabay

The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has recently released a draft of its “Zero Trust Maturity Model” as US agencies are asked...
INNOTECH

iHLS is proud to present INNOTECH 2021 - the International Cyber, Homeland Security Technologies, and Innovation event. A giant two-day exhibition with national pavilions...

A recent cyber attack on a COVID-19 vaccine scheduling system in Italy has demonstrated the growing threat of such attacks on medical supply chains.  A...
covid ministry of defense

In Collaboration with iHLS as part of INNOFENSE Innovation Center The State of Israel is interested in finding a technological solution that would enable to...

Japan’s authorities have been employing advanced technology in order to maintain security and prevent the spread of the coronavirus during the Olympic Games in...
cybersecurity

Remote work has become prevalent globally due to the COVID-19. While saving workers hours in traffic jams and enabling business continuity during lockdowns, remote...

Airborne coronavirus transmission has been recognized as a key route of infection by the World Health Organization (WHO) and Center for Disease Control and...
airport security

Flights for business or vacation destinations are almost back to normal in the post-pandemic world. Yet passengers are still worried about being infected in...
Photo illust Pixabay

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) is testing technologies to modernize the travel experience and help people stay safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. SEA Spot Saver is...
Photo illus. cyber security by Pixabay

The sudden shift to remote working due to the COVID-19 pandemic as well as the accelerated adoption of digital collaboration tools required not just...
urban mobility

In drone terminology, the term avigation is a cross between aviation and navigation. An avigation easement is an “easement or right of overflight in...