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.
French government officials have approved a decree to create a National Guard.
Officers were responding to reports of a person with a gun when they came under fire.
From embassies and federal courthouses to transportation hubs and military bases, a wide variety of government agencies protect themselves from errant drivers and truck bomb threats with barriers, bollards, barricades and crash gates.
21 states have asked for help securing voting systems against potential attacks.
Communication has changed a lot in the last 10 years. With the landscape shifting every day, it is inevitable that more changes are on the way.
- By Bill Hartwell
- Oct 04, 2016
You’ve seen it happen before. Passengers are deplaning and straggling down the exit corridor. Suddenly one of them reverses direction. Is he simply going back to retrieve a forgotten cellphone? Or, are his intentions more sinister?
- By Karl Radke
- Oct 03, 2016
A second night of violent protests broke out in Charlotte following an officer-involved shooting.
Earlier this month travelers at JFK Airport were delayed due to a security breach that ended up to be a crowd cheering on an Olympic athlete.