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Security alert, and safer long johns

It wouldn’t be a Monday if we didn’t feature a story about a new breed of knife proof long john underwear. This is an actual story.

And Brian Sims reports on the recent assassination attempt in Saudi Arabia and its security implications. Apparently the doomed would be assassin “inserted around half a kilo (just over a pound) of explosives plus a detonator into his anus. As far as border security agency Borderpol knows, this is the first time an attack using this method has been made.” I’m not surprised.

Hold on just a second! IFSEC India 2009 is approaching! Here is a story about it.

Also, we’ve got a Bold port security solution; record results for IndigoVision; Bosch on the road; and some help for those poor redundant executives.


www.info4security.com, www.ifsec.co.uk

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