Digital forensics is the study of electronic data for identifying the hidden elements or improving the existing element. It helps to recover the original content from degraded or erased data through a sequential investigation procedure.
RFID, which stands for radio frequency identification, uses short wave radio sources to send and receive data. Most RFID resources are designed to either send or receive data. An RFID ID card, for example, will send a signal, whereas an RFID-capable entryway will receive signals.
Biometrics is the measurement and statistical analysis of people's unique physical and behavioral characteristics. The technology is mainly used for identification and access control or for identifying individuals who are under surveillance.
Autonomous Security Robots (ASR) are automated guards used to surveille and perform security tasks, combining self-driving technologies, robotics, and artificial intelligence. ASRs can patrol surveillance areas, report, monitor, investigate, and detect intruders.
Cloud security, also known as cloud computing security, is a collection of security measures designed to protect cloud-based infrastructure, applications, and data. These measures ensure user and device authentication, data and resource access control, and data privacy protection.