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Sensitive Files Exposed in Oklahoma Securities Commission Data Leak

Sensitive Files Exposed in Oklahoma Securities Commission Data Leak

Millions of sensitive files were discovered on an unprotected server belonging to a state level agency.

Tackling the Challenges

It should come as no surprise that cybercrime is one of the biggest threats organizations of all shapes and sizes face today.

The Top 10 Application Security Vulnerabilities of 2018

The Top 10 Application Security Vulnerabilities of 2018

What do British Airways, Ticketmaster, the USPS and TaskRabbit all have in common?

Millions of Fortnite User Accounts Made Vulnerable

Millions of Fortnite User Accounts Made Vulnerable

Epic Games, the company behind the wildly popular video game, Fortnite, acknowledged that a vulnerability had risked users' account information.

New Power and Transmission Solutions from Altronix

Altronix is showcasing the latest power and data transmission solutions designed for professional security applications at Intersec 2019. Featured products include an enhanced line of NetWay™ Midspan/Injectors, NetWay™ Spectrum Hardened Switches and its expanded Trove™ Access and Power Integration products available in wall mount, rackmount and outdoor configurations.

No-Show TSA Agents Increase, Screening Checkpoints Closed

No-Show TSA Agents Increase, Screening Checkpoints Closed

As the government shutdown inches into its fourth week, more TSA agents than ever are calling in sick to work with no sign of a future paycheck.

Stop the Bleed Campaign Proves to be Working Following Shooting in Utah

Stop the Bleed Campaign Proves to be Working Following Shooting in Utah

Victims in a Utah mall shooting arrived at the hospital with tourniquets, a life-saving measure frequently taught in Stop the Bleed courses.



The Next Wave

Originally designed as consumer devices, smartphones have become vital elements of both our personal and professional lives.

Ransomware Attack Closes Down Texas Town

Ransomware Attack Closes Down Texas Town

The City of Del Rio was forced to return to pen and paper when a ransomeware attack rendered City Hall useless.

CyberLock Celebrates 20th Anniversary

2019 marks historic milestone for pioneer in smart key systems

Atlanta Passenger Got Through TSA, Boarded Plane with Loaded Gun

Atlanta Passenger Got Through TSA, Boarded Plane with Loaded Gun

A woman was allowed on a plane headed to Japan with a pistol and ammunition earlier this month.

NASA to Boost Data Security with Blockchain Technology

NASA to Boost Data Security with Blockchain Technology

NASA plans to advance its technology security by adding blockchain.

The U.S. Government is on Hiatus, Cybersecurity Threats Are Not

The U.S. Government is on Hiatus, Cybersecurity Threats Are Not

Guy Franklin of SOSA discusses the lasting effects of the government shutdown.

Investigation: Ring Employees Allegedly Accessed Users

Investigation: Ring Employees Allegedly Accessed Users' Security Camera Footage

An investigation published by The Intercept found that some Ring employees were giving access to users' security camera feeds.

Cedar Falls Increasing Safety Measures in Nightlife Area Following Recent Shooting

Cedar Falls Increasing Safety Measures in Nightlife Area Following Recent Shooting

Cedar Falls, Iowa, plans to increase security in a popular nightlife area after a recent shooting.

Indiana Synagogue Increases Security, Prepares for the Worst

Indiana Synagogue Increases Security, Prepares for the Worst

The Congregation at Indiana's Shaarey Tefilla Synagogue partners with Indiana State Police to train for an active shooter.

Government Shutdown: TSA Union Warns of "Massive Security Risk"

Government Shutdown: TSA Union Warns of "Massive Security Risk"

TSA agents are calling in sick for work, and even quitting altogether, following days of unpaid work due to government shutdown.

North Carolina Library Defends Decision to Install Cameras in Bathrooms

North Carolina Library Defends Decision to Install Cameras in Bathroom

Rocky Mount Library says the cameras in the bathroom are a matter of security.

ADT Continues Commercial Expansion through Purchase of Advanced Cabling Systems

Addition in the Mid-South Follows Recent Red Hawk Fire & Security Acquisition, Further Strengthening Commercial and National Accounts Segments

Intense Security Measures at Marijuana Dispensaries Following Incident

Intense Security Measures at Marijuana Dispensaries Following Incident

Marijuana dispensaries secure their facilities and employees for all possible scenarios.

Australian Police Examining Suspicious Packages Left at Foreign Consulates

Australian Police Examining Suspicious Packages Left at Foreign Consulates

"The packages are being examined by attending emergency services," an Australian Federal Police spokeswoman said. "The circumstances surrounding these incidents are being investigated."

Soaring Security Costs Shuts Down D.C.

Soaring Security Costs Shuts Down D.C.'s St. Patrick's Day Parade

Organizers of the Washington D.C. St. Patrick's Day Parade were forced to cancel the event due to rising security costs associated with vehicle attacks.

First Responders in Idaho Take Advantage of New Drone System

First Responders in Idaho Take Advantage of New Drone System

The city of Coeur d'Alene is testing a new system that with launch a drone ahead of first responders.

New Home Security Products to Keep an Eye Out for at CES 2019

New Home Security Products to Keep an Eye Out for at CES 2019

We’ve rounded up some of the top security products being showcased at the Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas this week.

Marriott Breach: Unencrypted Passport Numbers, Payment Cards Leaked

Marriott Breach: Unencrypted Passport Numbers, Payment Cards Leaked

Marriott's mega-breach is somehow better, and worse.

Tennessee Justice Center Gets Security Upgrades

Tennessee Justice Center Gets Security Upgrades

Justice Center in Tennessee is continuing the work to create a more secure facility.

Weather Apps Under Fire for Collecting, Selling User Data

Weather Apps Under Fire for Collecting, Selling User Data

Several weather apps have been found to harvest and use data from its users.

Government Shut Down Impacts Airport Security as TSA Call Outs Continue

Government Shut Down Impacts Airport Security as TSA Call Outs Continue

The government shut down is forcing some TSA agents to call in sick as they continue to go unpaid for the work they do.

Hacking Back: Revenge is Sweet, But is it Legal?

Hacking Back: Revenge is Sweet, But is it Legal?

Before you go ahead hack backing intruders, you should proceed with caution.

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