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Technology-Newsletter-April-2012

A stubborn country cop learns to live with technology; Dual-factor authentication; Dangers of facial recognition;
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In this month's issue of Technology eNews, we focus on security. First, the Criminal Justice Information Services will soon be requiring dual-factor authentication to access some of its services. And learn why facial recognition can be both helpful and hurtful to authorities, especially if it falls into the wrong hands.

Also check out our top feature, where a stubborn country cop learns to live with technology.


Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief
Tech for the Anti-geek
A stubborn country cop learns to live with technology
By Pat Novesky, PoliceOne Contributor
I've come to accept that guys like me who are better than halfway through our careers need to be aware of some of the new tools and skills that are out there to help us do our jobs better... and be willing to use them. Teaching an old dog
Future Tech
Dual-factor authentication: Why you should care
By Tim Dees, PoliceOne Columnist
Passwords are like keys. Dual-factor authentication requires two elements to identify you as an authorized user of the system, and are much more difficult to crack. Fixing a security problem
Tech Tip
Dangers of facial recognition
By Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief
Facial recognition programs can identify images of an individual, and in the hands of a bad guy, that information can be a real problem. Sensitive business
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