• 01:09

    The Science of Surveillance, Biometrics and RFID

    in Science

    Welcome to Your Community Science Class.  On our upcoming program we are continuing to look at the Science of Surveillance, focusing on Biometrics and RFID.
    This includes face recognition technology, finger print identification, iris scans and much more.
    Do you know how much you are under surveillance?
    Join us and find out more!

  • 00:36

    Introducing The Natural Security Alliance From France - Biometrics & Wireless

    in Technology

    In all of our previous radio shows, we have interviewed C-Level Execs, Sales Directors, and General Managers whom are responsible for the profitability of their own companies.  We never have had the chance to actually the interview the leadership team from an alliance, or a coalition comprised of various Security and Biometric Vendors brought together to for one sole purpose:  To pool resources and knowledge together to establish more secure network and authentication protocols for the wirless applications.  In this podcast, we have both the privilege and the honor the leadership team of the Natural Security Alliance, based out of France. 


    This organization has developed a much secure two factor authentication protocol, which also makes use of Biometrics. Found out more about all of this in the interview!!!

  • Introducing The National Security Alliance From France - Biometrics & Wireless

    in Technology

    In all of our previous radio shows, we have interviewed C-Level Execs, Sales Directors, and General Managers whom are responsible for the profitability of their own companies.  We never have had the chance to actually the interview the leadership team from an alliance, or a coalition comprised of various Security and Biometric Vendors brought together to for one sole purpose:  To pool resources and knowledge together to establish more secure network and authentication protocols for the wirless applications.  In this podcast, we have both the privilege and the honor the leadership team of the National Security Alliance, based out of France. 


    This organization has developed a much secure two factor authentication protocol, which also makes use of Biometrics. Found out more about all of this in the interview!!!

  • 00:45

    EMP Blast - Bilderberg - IRS - Biometrics

    in Politics

    in this program we examine the effects of an EMP blast on America and the upcoming Bilderberg conclave. We also take a look at the IRS harrassment of Patriots and the sneaky biometrics in the immigration bill.

  • 00:50

    How Are Biometrics Used In The UK? An Interview With Mr. Neil Norman

    in Technology

    Some of the biggest market applications for Biometrics include Physical Access Entry, Time and Attendance, as well as Single Sign On Solutions.  However, Biometrics are also starting to boom into other industry sectors as well, such as airport security, construction/workforce management, and as we all know, mobile solutions as well.  In today's radio show, we interview Mr. Neil Norman, CEO of Human Recognition Systems, based out of the United Kingdom.  Human Recognition Systems has scored many firsts in the UK, such as:


    *Implementing the use of "Iris at a Glance" technology;


    *Deploying Biometrics across the correctional and penal system in the UK;


    *Deploying Biometrics at a UK based airport;


    *Also being the UK's first vendor to offer Multimodal Biometric Solutions.


    Of course, we will be finding out first hand about many of these firsts, but also, we will hear about successful client implementations, and what lays ahead for Human Recognition Systems in the coming years.

  • 00:36

    Ever Wonder About Biometrics As A Hosted Offering? Learn More From Brian Dubin

    in Technology

    In today's business world, the notion of "Software as a Service", or also known as "SaaS" for short is in fact becoming the de facto standard in which businesses run their IT infrastructures.  For example, rather than owning an on premise IT infrastructure, many organizations in Corporate America are now turning to the "Cloud" to outsource their IT needs.  There are of course many advantages with this, as software services come at a fixed and predictable monthly expense, and the business has to bear no costs in terms of hardware and software upgrades.  This is all up to the Cloud provider to handle and deal with.  Even today, security technologies are also offered as a service through the Cloud, and Biometrics is also starting to make its presence here as well.  In this radio show, we interview Mr. Brian Dubin, VP of Enterprise Sales at Certify.  This business is one of the pioneers of Biometrics hosted offerings, and various Biometric integrations which can fit easily into the Cloud.  We will find out from Mr. Dubin how their hosted offerings work, and especially how their customers benefit from it.

  • 01:59

    NOV 2014 WEEKS #1 -&- #2 REVIEWED (PART 2: GLOBAL COOLING)

    in Current Events

    ALRIGHT FOLKS, here we are again, on PART 2 of WEEK #1 NOVEMBER IN REVIEW and we have a BUNCH OF NEWS to give you all tonite! Picking it back up at ROBOTS UPDATES and then moving onto BIG BROTHERISM. From there we talk about DISEASES & PESTILENCES with the latest EBOLA UPDATES and other AFFLICTIONS. Then we tackle SODOMS SEQUEL and all the SEXUAL PERVERSION SUBJECTS of this weeks news stories! Also we talk about EARTHQUAKES, COSMIC SIGNS, GLOBAL COOLING and more, on this exciting, jammed-packed episode!.. DONT MISS IT! GET IN THE KNOW! STAY INFORMED! JOIN US ON TONITES LIVE BROADCAST!...

  • 00:26

    Smart Detective

    in Technology

    The traditional functions of law enforcement, and other emergency services, have not changed. Creating and enforcing conditions for public safety; investigating crimes; conducting rescue operations; responding to natural and man-made disasters; and pursuing and apprehending criminals -- these all remain central law enforcement and public safety themes. What has changed dramatically is the technology available to achieve these traditional ends. Geographical software to provide context to data; real-time video from street cameras and smartphones; sensors for navigation inside buildings; augmented reality for contextual, field-of-view information; lasers for 3D imaging; facial recognition and biometrics for identification; big data analytics for forensics -- all are in various stages of development and adoption. In this radio show, Kishore Jethanandani will discuss these and other technologies, and the effectiveness, safety, and speed of law enforcement and emergency response.

  • 00:35

    Protecting Your Online Business from Bad Guys with Device-based Intelligence

    in Technology

    In today's radio show, we step out of the world of Biometrics and into the much broader spectrum of Internet Security.  There is no doubt that today, online threats, risks, and hacks are fast becoming the norm.  Very often, online businesses become targets of sophisticated fraud rings and may not even know that they have been hit, or  become the victim of a cyber related crime, until it is too late.  At this point, the damage is done, and the brand reputation that took so long to build up can disappear in a flash.  What is an online business to do?  Obviously, keeping up with the latest in cybercrime is a full time task and businesses need a layered approach, including one that looks at the actual device being used to connect to the business (such as a mobile phone, tablet or computer).


    But, thanks to a revolutionary service called "ReputationManager 360" from Portland-based iovation, online businesses can now stay ahead of the bad guys.  How is this done?  Well, with iovation’s device reputation service, you can now find out the source of the cyber threat, and what device or group of devices, is causing the threat.


    Listen in to this radio show to find how you can finally protect your business from the bad guys!!!

  • 00:59

    Crime and Science Radio with special guest Kevin Lothridge

    in Books

    IMPROVING FORENSIC SCIENCE: AN INTERVIEW WITH KEVIN LOTHRIDGE OF THE NFSTC


    Join Jan Burke and DP Lyle as they welcome Kevin Lothridge, CEO of the National Forensic Science Technology Center, an organization that has developed protocols for educating forensic science professionals and improving and standardizing the varied fields of forensic investigation.


    BIO: Kevin Lothridge, Chief Executive Officer – NFSTC’s principal investigator, Mr. Lothridge is an accomplished forensic scientist and business leader with 28 years of experience in the international forensics industry. He has held positions as a forensic chemist, chief forensic chemist, and laboratory director for the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Department and the Pinellas County Forensic Laboratory. Mr. Lothridge has testified in court more than 50 times as an expert in controlled substances and fire debris analysis. He speaks at numerous professional conferences, and he co-authored the GC-MS Guide to Ignitable Liquids. In 2006-07, he led the development of the Expeditionary Analysis Center project for the Department of Defense, now used for training and tactical field forensics.


     


    Mr. Lothridge holds a bachelor’s degree in Forensic Science from Eastern Kentucky University and a master’s degree in Management from National Louis University. He has served as president of the American Society of Crime Laboratory Directors (ASCLD) and as acting chief of the Investigative and Forensic division of the National Institute of Justice (NIJ).


    The National Forensic Science Technology Center (NFSTC) is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation headquartered in Largo, Florida. Founded in 1995, NFSTC provides quality forensic services including biometrics and forensic science training, assessment, test and evaluation services, instructional design and support to the military, justice and forensic science communities.

  • 00:25

    The Latest Breed In Fingerprint Sensors From Fingerprint Cards AB

    in Technology

    Fingerprint Cards AB, is a Biometrics Company located in Sweden.  Fingerprint Cards is a designer of Fingeprint Sensors, Modules, and Software Development Kits. In this interview, we find out more specifically about the types of sensors they make, as well as the modules. We find out about their customer success stories, as well as their plans for future growth and expansion. Fingerprint Recognition, as a technology, is the dominant force in both the financial and wireless sectors. We also find out what kinds of applications they have developed for these markets, especially for the Smartphone, as security is becoming the prime concern in this industry. We also probe more into their algorithms, and how it stands out from the other algorithms in the Biometrics Industry.

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