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Sharing the vision of AMAG SES20

March 13, 2020

SAN DIEGO, Calif.—Polishing off the month of February, AMAG Technology held their 20th annual Security Engineering Symposium (SES), focused on developing relationships, creative thinking and earning education credits, all under the theme of “Share the Vision” via open discussions, panels, interactive presentations, speakers and networking opportunities.AMAG staff, sponsors and attendees who all gathered at the Pendry in San Diego, the 21st-24th were welcomed by AMAG President Howard...

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Monitoring Matters

A month of travel and education

February 19, 2020Ginger Hill

February, the month of love, captures the hearts of some with flowers, chocolates and cute stuffed teddy bears, but for me, it's travel that warms my heart and this month is shaping up to be what I call my “travel trifecta.” First it was New Orleans, now Grapevine, Texas and next is San Diego. Having just recently returned from “N'awlins” from our show, SecurityNext, which was a huge success, I am currently in the midst of attending Milestone's MIPS 2020, focusing...

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On The Editor's Desk

AMAG's newly promoted president shares plans for 2017

January 18, 2017Paul Ragusa

AMAG Technology, Inc., a G4S company headquartered in Torrance, Calif., announced this week that Kurt Takahashi, senior vice president, sales, has been promoted to president. Takahashi, who began at AMAG in February 2015, successfully grew the business through his management of the sales, sales engineering and business development teams. Prior to AMAG, Takahashi was the vice president of global sales and marketing at Quantum Secure, helping increase the global pipeline and revenue growth. Takahashi...

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Iris reader on the move

March 20, 2012Martha Entwistle

MENLO PARK, Calif.—Saying that his company is helping to dispel fears of iris biometrics, SRI International Sarnoff's Steve Piro showed the company's iris readers, an on-the-move solution and a handheld solution at an AMAG Security Engineering Symposium in early March.“Other solutions require you to get up close and personal [with the reader],” said Piro, business development director for SRI, which is based here.SRI's solutions, however, work at some distance—a couple of...

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