Boston Police are geared up and ready for the victory parade celebrating the Patriots’ fifth Super Bowl win.
A Cheesecake Factory in Old Pasadena, California was evacuated after a suspect threw a homemade explosive inside.
Local, federal, state and private security officials are teaming up to create a security stronghold that protects a three mile area around the stadium.
Security for the Inauguration is tight as protests swarm and a new president is sworn in.
Houston and Miami saw a violent close to Martian Luther King Jr. Day when gunfire erupted injuring 12 people in all.
4 people were killed in the gunfire and 1 was killed in the stampede as people attempted to leave the nightclub.
The United States, France, Austria and many more are beefing up security in the wake of the vehicle attack on Berlin.
“Patriots Day” begins its limited release December 21.
At least 12 died and 45 were injured in the incident that Berlin Police are calling a terrorist attack.
The explosions occurred after a heavily attended football game at Basiktas Vodafone Arena.
A man and a woman were arrested and charged with bringing a gun to the Disney World parks, it is unclear if the two incidents are related.
The Indians and Cubs have made it to the World Series, now it’s time for their cities to get ready for the thousands of fans pouring into the stadiums to watch the event.
SpotterRF collaborated with Milestone Systems through an integration of the NMS SpotterXP plugin that was used to secure both air and ground perimeter at the U.S. Presidential Debate held on October 19th.
ASIS 2016 was a successful one for many at the show, as new products and exciting sessions helped advance the security industry yet again.
- By Matt Holden
- Sep 19, 2016
Day 2 at ASIS 2016 featured new product reveals and award presentations, as well as many other exciting moments.
Day one of ASIS 2016 featured a full slate of activity, and an exhibition floor brimming with visitors.
- By Matt Holden
- Sep 12, 2016
ASIS is super busy, so let Security Today tell you where to go.
U.S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh C. Johnson and FBI Director James B. Comey will address attendees at ASIS 2016.
Roughly 700,000 spectators are expected to view the tournament over a two week time period.
Fans waiting for hours in security checkpoint lines, shootings, kidnappings and bomb scares plague the Olympic opening days.
- By Sydny Shepard
- Aug 08, 2016