Close the door on Locky ransomware infection via Facebook
SWAT teams were able to break into the bank to rescue hostages and arrest the suspect.
What’s ahead in 2017? In 2016, we saw video surveillance and security increasingly become the focus of mainstream media conversations, with video playing a pivotal role in bringing terror suspects to justice (as it did recently in NYC) and with police body-worn cameras capturing sometimes controversial incidents that spark national conversations.
If these technologies aren’t on your radar, they probably should be. These product categories are rapidly growing in popularity and for good reason.
When the Olympic Games come to town, the welfare of people and property are of paramount importance in both the planning process and during the event.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the world’s first IP network camera, a technology that eventually revolutionized the video surveillance landscape.
The UK has signed into law Snooper’s Charter, an extreme way to spy on citizens.
Police are still searching for motives, but they haven’t crossed terrorism off the list.
A list of security events that you might have missed over the holiday.
Ohio State University Police have tweeted there is an active shooter on campus.