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Perimeter Medical Imaging develops, patents and commercializes advanced surgical imaging tools that allow surgeons, radiologists and pathologists to better assess microscopic tissue structures during the surgical procedure.
He said the days of breach prevention are over, yet many IT organisations continue to rely on perimeter security as the foundation of their "security strategies".
Despite the increased focus on perimeter security, the findings show the reality many organisations face when it comes to preventing data breaches.
Working with clinical partners, Perimeter has established a world-class reference atlas of tissues including thyroid, skin, breast, cervical, prostate and ovarian, demonstrating compelling correlation between Otis images and histology (considered the clinical gold standard).
Instead, locally sourced products are typically found on the perimeter.
North America is expected to hold maximum share in the global perimeter intrusion detection systems market during the forecast period.
This divestment will take place without remuneration, while simultaneously Gunnebo will entirely write down its remaining loan receivables against Perimeter in an amount of EUR3.
Contracts to repair most perimeter control measures will be limited to local vendors.
The Atlanta Perimeter Plus Dining/Shopping Package includes accommodations for one weekend night, breakfast for two, complimentary hotel parking and a USD25 gift card that may be used at all dining and retail establishments at Perimeter Mall.
Perimeter reports Phishing URLs to the Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) and other authorities and blocks browser access to phishing sites.
If elected to a second term, Bush, like Kerry, would undoubtedly pursue a politically merged Western Hemisphere, with a security perimeter that would include both North and South America.