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Photo illus. Vigilant Guard 2015, South Carolina

Heat stroke or heat exhaustion injuries pose a significant health threat to soldiers, and young or inexperienced recruits are especially vulnerable. Hundreds of US...

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...

A new LiDAR perception system delivers highly accurate object detection, tracking, and classification, bringing the enhanced capabilities that enable autonomous vehicles to new industries.  Endeavor...
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When the 2001 anthrax attacks occurred in the US, “critical infrastructure sectors were caught unaware and unprepared.” For several weeks, letters containing anthrax spores...

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 Hillel Yaffe Medical Center in Hadera has been targeted by a ransomware attack without prior notice. The medical center announced today that the...
monitoring

Accurate, proactive monitoring has long been recognized as key to preventing injury and mortality in personnel exposed to a wide range of harmful conditions...
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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...

Cybersecurity for medical devices is critical in retaining the trust consumers place in health care companies for how the technology is used, and how...
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...
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...
military coping with coronavirus

More than 22 million people have been affected by healthcare data breaches in 2021 so far — a jump of about 185% from the...
INNOTECH

iHLS is proud to present the international Cyber, Homeland Security Technologies, and Innovation Conference and Exhibition: INNOTECH 2021. November 17-18, 2021 at EXPO Tel Aviv,...
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There is an "increased and imminent" cyber threat against hospitals and health care systems across the US, federal officials warn.  This is especially alerting after...
INNOTECH

iHLS is proud to present the international Homeland Security Technologies, Cyber, and Innovation Conference and Exhibition: INNOTECH 2021. iHLS is celebrating the return to normal...
covid-19 vaccine passport

The increasing need for secure Covid-19 "vaccine passports" all over the world, especially for domestic and international travel, in order to exempt cardholders from...

Researchers have found a way to harvest electricity from radio waves. From microwave ovens to Wi-Fi connections, the radio waves that permeate the environment...

Workplace accidents are a challenging problem all over the world. In January, US President Biden signed an executive order protecting worker health and safety...

Research shows that our phones are home to thousands of germs. A new mobile phone device provides a secure alternative.  Believing that technology should be...
airport security tactics

In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is putting social distancing and other safety measures into place at airport...
covid 19

One of the major challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic is its detection indoors. The US defense establishment is working on a solution applicable in...