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Toll Booth<div class="body"> <p> <span style="COLOR&#58;rgb(255,0,0);"> <strong>B.I.G. Enterprises, Inc.</strong> </span>, of South El Monte, California, has introduced the Park Controller booth, a high-security tollbooth that uses bullet-resistant technology and a nautical design. The doors are manufactured with steel hinges. Custom commercial steel-framed sliding transaction windows feature bullet-resistant, dual-pane insulating glass. The booth comes complete with electrical systems, including provisions for data, communications, and security camera systems; stainless steel shelves; and a high-output HVAC. The booth is delivered fully built. </p> </div>
E-mail Security<div class="body"> <p> <span style="COLOR&#58;rgb(255,0,0);"> <strong>GFI Software</strong> </span> of Cary, North Carolina, has announced that its GFI MailEssentials anti-spam and anti-phishing product is now available in Spanish and Italian. The company had previously released its GFI FAXmaker in Italian and Spanish, and it has plans to provide Spanish, Italian, German, and Russian versions of more than half of its products by the end of the year. When used in conjunction with GFI MailSecurity, customers can ensure that inbound e-mail has been cleaned of viruses, malware, and more. </p> </div>
Hard Drive Shredder<div class="body"> <div class="thumbnail"> <img title="" alt="" src="http&#58;//www.securitymanagement.com/sites/securitymanagement.com/files/SEM_Jackhammer%20NR%20Photo%20copy.gif" width="144" height="115" /> </div> <p>Fast, safe, and easy to use, the new Jackhammer hard drive shredder from <span style="COLOR&#58;rgb(255,0,0);"><strong>Security Engineered Ma­ch­in­­ery</strong></span> of Westboro, Massachusetts, destroys computer hard drives, optical media, and other electronic devices (cell phones, BlackBerrys, memory sticks, and more). Specially designed sawtooth, hooked cutters reduce them to 11⁄2-inch shreds. A five-horsepower motor and high-torque mechanism enables the unit to destroy 20 hard drives per minute with virtually no noise or vibration. The compact (54 x 50 x 89 inch­es) unit includes a convenient discharge conveyor that deposits waste into a dumpster or other container. Mounted on casters, it can be moved easily. Ideal for data centers, hospitals, and other facilities that need to destroy confidential/sensitive information in accordance with various government regulations and industry standards, the Jackhammer also satisfies National Security Agency requirements for physical destruction of drives after they have been degaussed. </p> </div>
Key Control<div class="body"> <p> <span style="COLOR&#58;rgb(255,0,0);"> <strong>Morse Watchmans</strong> </span> of Oxford, Connect­i­cut, has added a larger model to its KeyWatcher line of modular key control solutions. The new nine-module cabinet offers more storage, convenience, and overall value with a capacity of 144 keys in locking KeyWatcher configuration and up to 180 keys in nonlocking KeyBank configuration. The illuminated storage simplifies the identification and location of the correct key, providing maximum storage in minimal wall space. Keys can be returned to any location. A user interface controls various access devices. The system also includes an optional fingerprint or other reader. </p> </div>
Radiation Detectors<div class="body"> <p> <span style="COLOR&#58;rgb(255,0,0);"> <strong>ICx Technologies</strong> </span> of Arlington, Virginia, has released the radHUNTER, a sensitive and accurate hand-held gamma radionuclide identification device. Developed with support from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the device offers automatic calibration and continuous LED stabilization for accurate operation in adverse conditions. It is ergonomically constructed for easy operation with hazmat gloves, and it features simple, two-button operation for menu navigation. It can label isotopes as naturally occurring, industrial, medical, or special nuclear material; corresponding alarms indicate the severity of the threat. The company’s Raider is a CZT semiconductor-base radionuclide identifier that uses solid-state CdZnTe detectors and is compact enough for one-hand operation. A built-in GPS unit identifies the un­it’s location and sends information via Bluetooth and/or WiFi communication channels. </p> </div>
Thermal Imaging<div class="body"> <p> <span style="COLOR&#58;rgb(255,0,0);"> <strong>L-3 Communications </strong> </span>of New York City has launched the Thermal-Eye Renegade-320 thermal imaging system that can operate as a hand-held device, a tripod-mounted surveillance system, or a thermal weapon sight. It provides six hours of operation on four batteries. It also offers five different reticles, an optional laser pointer, and an image capture feature that stores 200 pictures. A camera interface cable allows operators to simultaneously connect to external power, view the scene on a monitor, and download images to a computer through a USB connection. The lightweight, water-submersible unit is available in three fields of view to support close, middle-, and long-range operations. </p> </div>