The city of New Orleans will take down a prominent statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee.
What's next for agencies under the new executive order?
- By Mike Shultz
- May 16, 2017
President Trump has signed an executive order to strengthen the government’s cybersecurity.
The Transportation Security Administration has laid out new framework to protect soft targets in airports as well as consider electronics ban on flights from Europe.
Last night, President Trump abruptly fired FBI Director James Comey.
Dallas PD and first responders received a call about a suicide; the shooting spree that unfolded leaves many questions to be answered.
On Dec.19, 2016, the news exploded with information about a vehicle attack on a Christmas market in Berlin that killed at least 12 people and injured over 50 more.
While these unmanned aircrafts are mostly used professionally and recreationally to add depth and intrigue to films and videos, security teams need to be aware of the threats they could pose on those below.
- By Sydny Shepard
- May 01, 2017
In Kaua’i County, Hawaii, grants management has long been an important part of local government operations. It’s also been handled using paper.
- By Stephanie Kanowitz
- May 01, 2017
Safe City initiatives are a great way to build an efficient, proactive security posture to enhance safety and propel increased collaboration between city officials, security leaders, law enforcement and first responders.
- By Eran Wachman
- May 01, 2017
In the world of law enforcement, the subject of body-worn cameras has arguably become the biggest talking point.
- By Greg Buckner
- May 01, 2017
One of the biggest verticals in the security industry is government. Naturally, the federal government comes to mind when this topic is mentioned; however, the government encompasses far more than the feds.
- By Ralph C. Jensen
- May 01, 2017
Police believe the incidents are unrelated.
Chipotle customers may have more to complain about than just an extra cost for guacamole.
Police in Paris say officers were intentionally gunned down on the popular Parisian avenue.
The Secret Service will enlarge the security perimeter around the White House.
Security will be tight as the people of France elect their next president.
Over the weekend there were several terrorist attacks that were linked to ISIS.
Shots were fired when U.S. Capitol Police tried to stop an erratic driver on Wednesday morning.
Drone manufacturer, DJI, proposes that drones continually transmit identification.
Britain police are looking to review security efforts around Parliament after a vehicle and knife attack that killed four people.
Current events around the world helped London to quickly stop a suspected terrorist attack.
London police responded to a security incident outside the UK House of Commons.
In a hearing with the Intelligence Committee, FBI Director James Comey said there was no evidence to support President Trump’s tweets claiming Trump Tower was wiretapped by former President Obama.
Four people, including two officers from Russian security services, were charged by the U.S. in the massive data breach that plagued Yahoo.
Intruder breaches White House grounds and was arrested near residence entrance.
Users of AT&T’s wireless network found themselves without the ability to call 911 last night.
WikiLeaks released thousands of documents that it said described hacking methods of the CIA.
Jewish Community Centers around the U.S. faced another wave of bomb threats on Tuesday.
UK’s Senior Counter-terrorism police officer said UK security services have stopped 13 terror attacks since 2013.
Over the weekend, President Trump publicly accused former-president Obama of wiretapping the phones in Trump Tower before the election.
President Trump was expected to sign a reworked executive order on immigration, but the rollout has been delayed.
Jewish Community Centers and schools in at least 12 states fell victim to bomb threats on Monday.
“This budget will be a public safety and national security budget,” President Trump said.
No one was injured in the shooting, but additional security request were renewed as a result.
The bill is less than anticipated.
The American Civil Liberties Union says TSA agents’ use of “behavior detection” techniques leads to racial profiling.
Three federal judges unanimously refused to store the White House Immigration Order.
The extreme vetting could include a list of websites and passwords from the seven countries listed in the Executive Order.
Two men walked into a Michigan Police Department with cameras and loaded guns in an apparent stunt to make a point about civil liberties.
A congressional report cites many gaps in security at airports around the country.
Police in Paris have arrested a man after he attacked a soldier near the Louvre.
A Cheesecake Factory in Old Pasadena, California was evacuated after a suspect threw a homemade explosive inside.
One prison guard was pronounced dead at the prison.
On Friday, January 27, President Trump signed an executive order that excluded travel from seven countries.
A group of gunman entered a mosque in Quebec and open fired killing six.
Governor Greg Abbot announced the funds would be given to the police department so they could outfit officers with new helmets, bullet proof vests.
Philadelphia is stepping up security as President Trump arrives for the GOP Retreat.
A draft order outlining many things including the revival of torture was published Wednesday.
A hacker just wants President Trump to change his security settings on Twitter.
Security for the Inauguration is tight as protests swarm and a new president is sworn in.
President-Elect chooses Rudy Giuliani to hold private industry meetings on cybersecurity.
A gunman opened fire, shooting at least 12 people and killing five of them.
Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and Microsoft are collaborating to crackdown on terrorist content on their platforms.
NYPD is boosting security at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade after a threat by ISIS.
Tiffany & Co. sits on the same street as Trump Tower.
High school students around the country are walking out of class in protest of President-elect Donald Trump.
Visitors at of the nation’s most visited and sacred landmarks will begin to see new security measures soon.
Officers responded to a call of shots fired in a residential area across from a popular polling place.
A study shows the adoption of facial recognition technology in police departments nation-wide is unregulated, violating citizens’ privacy and could be leading to unlawful arrests.