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Delta Scientific Crash Barriers Used during Pope’s Visit

Delta Scientific Crash Barriers Used during Pope's Visit

The MP5000 portable crash barriers were used during Pope Francis’s visit to the U.S.

Keeping the Pope Secure on U.S. Soil

Keeping the Pope Secure on U.S. Soil

It’s not every day the Pope shows up for a visit, but when he does arrive in the United States, security is in the front of everyone’s mind.

Border Patrol Scores in Marijuana Bust

Border Patrol Scores in Marijuana Bust

Border Patrol agents assigned to the Rio Grande Valley Sector seized more than 1,400 pounds of marijuana Monday.

Fight Against Hunger

Fight Against Hunger

Nearly 800,000 people in Colorado struggle with hunger. The Food Bank of the Rockies has been leading the fight against hunger throughout Metro Denver, rural Colorado, the Western Slope and in Wyoming for the past 36 years.

Improving Building Security

The city of Lakeland, Fla., has recently standardized its security operations with a unified security platform that combines video surveillance, access control and automatic license plate recognition systems into one central monitoring and management platform.

Tackling the Challenges

Tackling the Challenges

Like virtually every municipality across the country, Moreno Valley in Southern California’s Riverside County has faced budget and security challenges over the past decade.

A Case in Point

A Case in Point

Located in Southern California, the city of Santa Ana is home to more than 330,000 people, making it the second largest city in Orange County and the 11th largest city in the state.

Security Threat against Pope Francis Allegedly Thwarted

Security Threat against Pope Francis Allegedly Thwarted

Federal Authorities are concerned about security threats against the pope.



Online Exclusive: Complying with Stringent Requirements

Online Exclusive: Complying with Stringent Requirements

Every level of government developing ways to deal with physical security as well as the data their program produce.

Yay or Nay for a U.S. Border Wall

Yay or Nay for a U.S. Border Wall

A brief history of unsuccessful attempts in light of current presidential debates between candidates.

PGE Fined for Security Breakdown

PG&E Fined for Security Breakdown

Pacific Gas & Electric has been fined $50,000 for an incident that occurred at its San Jose substation.

Identiv Announces U.S. Government Certification of uTrust TS ScramblePad Reader

General Services Administration (GSA) lab evaluated and approved this product.

IBM Achieves U.S. Government's First FedRAMP Mobile Authorization

Cloud-based MaaS360, enterprise mobility management and security platform reaches milestone.

Security-Net Welcomes Three New Member Companies

Combines sixty years of industry experience.

Indiana Statehouse wants Turnstile Security Doors for $873K

Indiana Statehouse wants Turnstile Security Doors for 873K

The Indiana Department of Administration wants to install the turnstiles at Statehouse entryways.

Chinese Cyberspies Raid Personal Inboxes of U.S. Government Officials

Chinese Cyberspies Raid Personal Inboxes of U.S. Government Officials

Since 2010 high-ranking officials' vacation plans, emails to friends and other correspondence has been targeted by China.

DHS Issues Warning about Hobbyist Drones

DHS Issues Warning about Hobbyist Drones

Recreational drones could be used by adversaries to attack the United States.

Senator and Comedian Team Up for Gun Control

Senator and Comedian Team Up for Gun Control

Gun violence became a personal issue due to Lafayette, Louisiana movie theater shooting on July 23, 2015 during the movie Trainwreck.

The Big House

The Big House

A large corrections campus encompassing more than 30 buildings in the southeast United States houses approximately 5,000 inmates with separate jail facilities for men and women who are awaiting sentencing, serving sentenced jail time and are in maximum security.

American Citizens Step Up to Guard Military Recruiting Centers

American Citizens Step Up to Guard Military Recruiting Centers

No evidence that recruiting centers are in danger, but citizens organized and set up posts in several cities.

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