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2 indicted in $30M ransomware scheme targeting municipalities, public institutions–
The attack began in 2015, when the pair began installing ransomware on computers of more than 200 victims to extort money
GammaTech adds 15-inch model to its line of rugged laptops–
S15AB is designed to be a tough and dependable laptop for various environments
Realistic use-of-force training anytime, anywhere–
Meggitt Training Systems
Meggitt Training Systems’ FATS 100P makes it possible to bring virtual training into the community
Justice Department looks to sharpen computer crime law–
The current law protects against hackers, but not insiders like police who abuse their rights with unauthorized use
Getac T800 8.1 Inch Fully Rugged Tablet–
To be specific, 8.1 inches — that’s the size of the display on
the new compact T800 rugged tablet. Built for today’s mobile
workforce, the new tablet features an 8.1 inch display, the
latest wireless technology and unique SnapBack add-ons and
runs Windows 8.1 Pro. We designed the T800 to be the perfect
combination of a compact rugged tablet without sacrificing
Product Review: The RangerX rugged tablet–
The RangerX tablet uses a rugged display glass and a plastic encased magnesium frame with corner bumpers
How to Install Your Computer on Rugged Mount by Havis–
Step-by-step thorough instructions on how to install a Havis, Inc. C-HDM Series Passenger Side Mount Package.
Datalux at IACP 2011–
Scott Dunklee talks to Dave Smith about the ergonomic Datalux computer. As patrol cars get smaller, it's imperative to find a high-quality computer that fits best inside these vehicles.
Peek Inside Datalux HQ–
Take a look at Datalux Headquarters in Winchester, VA. Datalux details how they are able to design, manufacture, and market their high-caliber specialized computer products.
Datalux Tracer Features–
You need equipment that you can count on. And you need information - now. Datalux designed the Tracer just for you. The Datalux Tracer features an Intel® Core2 Duo™ mobile processor and a 12.1 inch, high resolution Touch Screen viewable in direct sunlight and easily dimmable for night-time use.
SPYRUS Secure Pocket Drive with WES 7–
The Secure Pocket Drive from SPYRUS can boot Windows Embedded Standard 7 in record time. See how easy it is to provide an environment to your users that is secure from malware such as screen scrapers which can leak confidential information. Securely boot an environment containing your applications and data files. When you're done, remove the drive and leave nothing behind. Whether you use it or lose it, Secure Pocket Drive is secure.
SPYRUS Secure Pocket Drive Citrix Ready Demo–
The Secure Pocket Drive from SPYRUS is now Citrix Ready. See how easy it is to provide an environment to your users that is secure from malware such as screen scrapers which can leak confidential information. Securely boot an environment containing your applications and data files. When you're done, remove the drive and leave nothing behind. Whether you use it or lose it, Secure Pocket Drive is secure.
SPYRUS Secure Pocket Drive–
Imagine a handful of Microsoft Windows PCs in your pocket. Each fully-operational, self-contained, and secure against loss. Introducing the SPYRUS Hydra PC Secure Pocket Drive. Securely boot an environment containing your applications and data files. When you're done remove the drive and don't leave anything behind. It doesn't matter where you use it or lose it -- it's secure.
Datalux at IACP 2010–
Betsy Brantner-Smith talks with Scott Dunklee of Datalux at IACP 2010. The Police Car Computer System that Datalux offers features a durable screen with a cellular card and a unique keyboard that detaches from the holder, making it easier to access for the officer. Check out the rest of the features of this computer system.
The Scout VoIP Console System from Avtec, Inc.–
Scout is Avtec's 4th Generation console product, and was designed for a 10+ year lifecycle in mission-critical environments. Instead of using inferior and difficult to support PC sound cards, Scout provides a dedicated Media Workstation with it's own Ethernet connection and rugged peripherals. This allows customers the option to furnish standard PC's and benefit from reduced life-cycle support costs.
ICOP at IACP 2010–
Betsy Brantner-Smith stops by the ICOP booth at IACP 2010. David Nicholl talks about some of ICOP's newest digital products for law enforcement. He discusses some of the new features including remote display panels, touchscreen, and rugged capabilities.
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