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  • Secondary airport checkpoints-what are they really based on?

    By Natalia Kosk - Tuesday August 11, 2009
    It seems obvious that a traveler who looks suspicious would most likely go through a secondary checkpoint process at the airport, but I can’t help trying to figure out on what basis do airport security officials pull travelers aside for an additional...
  • Remembering a Chicago Hero Richard Scheidt

    By Natalia Kosk - Wednesday April 8, 2009
       Natural disasters are inevitable and in the case of fires, most often then not deadly. My condolences go out to the family of retired Chicago firefighter Richard Scheidt, whose death at the age of 81 brought much heartfelt response from numerous...
  • Driving Under the Influence…of too much technology?

    By Natalia Kosk - Tuesday February 17, 2009
    First and foremost, I need to apologize to you. Keeping busy month to month with all the tasks that go into putting out each issue of SD&I have definitely kept me more then busy. But that’s no reason for me to neglect my column or my readers...
  • ASIS 2008 kickoff event

    By Natalia Kosk - Monday September 15, 2008
    From end-users to dealers, distributors to integrators, ASIS 2008, Atlanta, was already under way Sunday afternoon as many scrambled in finishing the setup of their booths. HID helped kick off Sunday night with a customer appreciation party at the Georgia...
  • Fishing around in a roomful of sharks…

    By Natalia Kosk - Thursday September 4, 2008
     As the newest addition to the team of Security Dealer & Integrator magazine, I am realizing just how big an industry the security market is. In the past month as assistant editor of SD&I, my main focus, besides the essential editorial tasks that...