The U.S. Capitol and surrounding area is quiet this morning (Jan. 7); this coming after a late afternoon attack on the very fabric of the U.S. government, and supposed peaceful transfer of power in a presidency.
Protestors have swarmed the U.S. Capitol, bringing the appearance of mob violence and insurrections to the House and Senate chambers as lawmakers review President-elect Joe Biden’s electoral victory.
Electronic sensor technology maker Teledyne Technologies has agreed to buy FLIR Systems, best known for its thermal image technology and a hardware provider. The acquisition is a reported cash-and-stock deal valued at approximately $8 billion.
Planning to deliver a speech on how to revive the economy and provide financial relief for small business owners, President-elect Joe Biden’s staff were forced to tear up that speech, and rewrite new words for the restoration of the rule of law as protestors stormed the U.S. Capitol.
Anthony Warner lived a pretty squeaky clean life, until Christmas that is. For whatever reason, Warner drove an RV from his residence to downtown Nashville, played a message over a loudspeaker warning people to vacate the area then exploded the vehicle.
What do security professionals fear more this holiday season – ransomware or COVID-19? Believe it or not, they’re more concerned with the former.
Microsoft wants everyone to stop using SMS-based authentication. Their cybersecurity heart is in the right place but their logic is wrong. SMS-based two-factor authentication (2FA) is convenient, fast, doesn't require any additional apps and has a very low learning curve. They are correct in saying that it is flawed, but not for the reasons they think.
Pastor Mark Allen McWilliams, 62, of Frankston, Texas, has been shot and killed on Jan, 3 after the suspect was found hiding in the church bathroom following a high-speed chase the night before.
The TSA team at Philadelphia International Airport recognized that the holiday season was likely to be rough on children whose families were struggling during the pandemic
Two officers with the Transportation Security Administration at A. B. Won Pat Guam International Airport are spreading a little extra holiday cheer this year among the TSA workforce and traveling public.