News

10

Mar
2019

Terror - Less Lethal More Universal

A new US report disclosed deaths from terror attacks have declined for the third year in a row, but terrorism affected more countries in 2017 that in previous years.

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6

Mar
2019

Facial Recognition Technology

According to the US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), facial recognition software is improving at a rapidly increasing rate.

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25

Feb
2019

GSX 8-12 September 2019 in Chicago

The GSX is gearing up with conference presenters about to be announced. It is estimated that this world standard event will have around 20,000+ attendees, 550+ exhibitors and 300+ education session.

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17

Feb
2019

Visit to ASIS Bangkok Chapter

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Whilst recently working in Bangkok, Dr Tony Zalewski visited the newly-formed ASIS International Bangkok Chapter and met with the Chair Mr Aaron Le Boutillier and his Executive Team.

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16

Jan
2019

First prison sentence handed down for breach of WHS duty offence

Our friends at Sparke Helmore Lawyers report the first time an individual has been sentenced imprisonment (6 months) following breaches of WHS duty provisions relating to her involvement in a 2017 workplace fatality. Despite being available to courts for a number of decades, we are not aware of any person in Australia receiving a non-suspended custodial sentence for a breach of a WHS duty provision…

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