The strategy establishes a clear vision and concrete actions that will improve DHS’s efforts to safeguard our northern border against terrorist and criminal threats
This online 90-minute training is designed to educate startup companies and social media companies about how terrorists may seek to exploit their platforms.
Technology marches ever forward, lockstep with ‘Moore’s Law.’ However, the influx of technological change affects different industries in different ways.
Strava fitness app included a heat map of movement in their newest application upgrade which could be used against military bases.
Atlanta Police say they are working with the United States Secret Service to create a comprehensive security plan for Monday's College Football Playoff National Championship due to President Donald Trump’s expected attendance.
The White House has publicly blamed North Korea for the WannaCry ransomware attack earlier this year that locked more than 300,000 computers in 150 countries.
The explosion happened around 7:30 a.m. Monday at the Port Authority bus and subway station in Midtown.
Should more parishioners carry guns in church? Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton says yes, because as he sees it: “This is going to happen again.”
According to Robert Hickey, aviation program manager within the Cyber Security Division of the DHS Science and Technology (S&T) Directorate, the hack was conducted last year on a 757 parked at the airport in Atlantic City, N.J.
The Department of Homeland Security is soliciting facial recognition technology that can passively scan the faces of people crossing the U.S. border by car.
In an 11-page threat report, Homeland Security said "unaffiliated lone offenders" were among the top threats in the United States.
Doing business with the government—federal, state or even local—can be very difficult. The regulations, the paperwork, the unique needs and buying cycles are all tough requirements that have to be met. It can make for a complicated scene, but it’s also a vitally important business that can be financially rewarding despite the challenges.
Vehicle ramming attacks are on the rise in the United States and abroad. Already in 2017, there have been no less than seven major attacks worldwide resulting in 24 people dead and another 153 injured.
In the United States, technology has become the essential force multiplier. With nearly 6,000 miles of border with the neighboring north and south, it would be impossible to hire enough border personnel to protect every mile.
The mobile ID revolution is gathering pace, but not everyone has a smartphone today, and many citizens prefer to carry a physical card. How do government agencies manage this transition from physical to mobile, and ensure they can issue both cards and mobile ID at the same time?
"It is equivalent to the Super Bowl of security."
In big cities and even in smaller communities, the threat of radiation is real. The consequences of a “dirty bomb” explosion could be significant, for the crowd at the venue and for communities miles beyond.
The Department of Homeland Security is looking to boost cybersecurity of advanced first responder technology.
Surveillance cameras in a Walmart parking lot helped officials in their investigation into a human-smuggling case that left nine people dead.
Electronics bigger than a cell phone will be subject to added security on flights heading to the United States from Mexico.