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Hancock Bank buys anti-money laundering solution

GULFPORT — Hancock Bank is implementing NICE Actimize’s anti-money laundering, fraud prevention and enterprise risk case management solutions. The bank decided upon a single-vendor selection to “future proof” its technology roadmap during a period of rapid growth for the bank. Hancock Bank’s deployment of NICE Actimize’s solutions will address online ACH (Automated Clearing House) and wire fraud issues, working to stop ...

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Jackson State earns superior rating from Defense

JACKSON — For the second year in a row, the U.S. Department of Defense, Defense Security Service, has issued Jackson State University the highest possible security rating for the university’s compliance with the nation’s security standards. The Defense Security Service rates security postures within one of five categories — superior, commendable, satisfactory, marginal or unsatisfactory. According to JSU, a superior ...

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Port gets grant for new security training, equipment

PASCAGOULA — Jackson County Sheriff Mike Byrd says a $358,485 federal port security grant will provide new training and new equipment to monitor and protect critical business near the Pascagoula port. Byrd tells The Mississippi Press that he applied for the grant because deputies patrol the port, Chevron, Mississippi Phosphate and Ingalls Shipyard. The grant is part of a $200-million ...

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NCS4’s Marciani honored by magazine

Dr. Lou Marciani, director of the University of Southern Mississippi’s National Center for Spectator Sports Safety and Security (NCS4) was recently recognized by Security magazine as one of the most influential people in security as part of an annual feature in the monthly publication. Marciani, 66, joins 32 others recognized for their contributions to security training, education and innovation. Among ...

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NCS4's Marciani honored by magazine

Dr. Lou Marciani, director of the University of Southern Mississippi’s National Center for Spectator Sports Safety and Security (NCS4) was recently recognized by Security magazine as one of the most influential people in security as part of an annual feature in the monthly publication. Marciani, 66, joins 32 others recognized for their contributions to security training, education and innovation. Among ...

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Lauren Innovations becomes founding partner of NCS4

HATTIESBURG — NaviGate by Lauren Innovations, a web-based critical information system for safety and security purposes, has become a founding partner of the National Center for Spectator Sports Safety and Security (NCS4) at the University of Southern Mississippi. NaviGate will now serve as the backbone of a new web portal NCS4 plans to unveil in Aug. 2011. In becoming a ...

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CSXT, state enter railway security partnership

ACROSS MISSISSIPPI — CSX Transportation (CSXT) has entered into a rail security partnership with the State of Mississippi, which represents a model CSXT successfully uses with other states. Terms were not disclosed. The partnership, called SecureNOW, formalizes and enhances CSXT’s ongoing commitment to share information, resources,and strategies to better protect communities in which the company operates. CSXT also has partnerships ...

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Stadium security test proves successful

HATTIESBURG — A game-day test of video surveillance by the National Center for Spectator Sports Safety and Security (NCS4) at the University of Southern Mississippi was successful, according to center leaders. On Nov. 21 NCS4 served as a test lab for two major video surveillance companies in conjunction with the Southern Miss-Tulsa football game at M.M. Roberts Stadium. A set ...

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