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Heads Up

Heads Up

The financial business is always evolving to meet the growing demands of customers, and organizations have shifted priorities significantly to provide the highest level of service and convenience.

21 States Ask DHS for Voting Security

21 States Ask DHS for Voting Security

21 states have asked for help securing voting systems against potential attacks.

Snowden Leak Caused ‘Tremendous’ Damage to U.S. Security

Snowden Leak Caused 'Tremendous Damage' to U.S. Security

A U.S. House committee issued a scathing report accusing Snowden of causing damage to U.S. security.

Calls for Security Review after JFK Airport False Shooting Claims

Calls for Security Review after JFK Airport False Shooting Claims

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.

U.S. Police Officer Chardged with Aiding ISIS

U.S. Police Officer Charged with Aiding ISIS

A police officer with the Washington Area Transit Authority is charged with aiding ISIS.

5 Police Officers Killed in Dallas Sniper Attack

Update: Dallas Gunman Planned for Larger Targets

Seven other officers were injured in an attack that marks the deadliest incident for law enforcement since September 11, 2001.

Detroit Police Arrest Four for Social Media Threats

Detroit Police Arrest Four for Social Media Threats

Four men threatened on Facebook to kill police officers.

TSA to Undergo Covert Security Tests this Summer

TSA to Undergo Covert Security Tests this Summer

The Transportation Security Administration at airports around the country will be undergoing covert security tests over the summer.



Face Recognition Start-up Says It Can Identify Terrorists

Face Recognition Start-up Says It Can Identify Terrorists

An Israeli start-up suggests that their facial recognition software can determine which people may be terrorists.

Thousands of Industrial Energy Systems can be Remotely Hacked

Thousands of Industrial Energy Systems can be Remotely Hacked

Homeland Security warns thousands of Industrial Energy Systems can be remotely hacked by an internet-connected device.

DHS has Plans for Airport Security Lines, Urges Patience

DHS has Plans for Airport Security Lines, Urges Patience

The US Department of Homeland Security has put forward a plan for the long airport security lines, but first they’ll need a little patience from passengers.

Homeland Security to Begin Massive Study on Subway Airflow

Homeland Security to Begin Massive Study on Subway Airflow

Security professionals are researching the air patterns throughout New York’s subway system as a proactive measure against terrorist attacks on mass transit units.

Bringing the Feeds Together

Bringing the Feeds Together

The sheer size and notoriety of the event had the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) planning security and operational logistics long before the opening ceremony.

Innovative Solutions

Leveraging innovative solutions to accomplish these goals, the sheriff ’s office replaced its key-based system with a more advanced access control solution more than 20 years ago.

Elevating With Helium

Elevating With Helium

It is well known airships had a more limited role in the late 20th century, following the Hindenburg tragedy that coincided with tremendous innovation in fixed-wing and passenger aviation.

Secret Service Bans Guns at Republican Convention

Secret Service Bans Guns at Republican Convention

Guns will not be allowed into the Republican convention in July despite the ideals of those attending.

Easter Bombing in Pakistan Kills 69

Easter Bombing in Pakistan Kills 69

Without warning, a bomb explosion ripped through a park where Pakistani Christians were celebrating Easter, killing 60 and wounding about 400.

Homeland Security Allows Cyberthreat Sharing with Businesses

Homeland Security Allows Cyberthreat Sharing with Businesses

The Department of Homeland Security began sharing details of digital threats with private business to improve cybersecurity.

Drones to be Banned at U.S. Open

Drones to be Banned at U.S. Open

Homeland Security officials want to prohibit the use of drones at the U.S. Open in an effort to prevent possible terrorist attacks.

New York Crime Spree Ends After Massive Manhunt

New York Crime Spree Ends After Massive Manhunt

NYPD officers reached a climatic end to a manhunt for suspect Patrick James Dillon who when on a crime spree killing one and injuring at least two others.

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