On Saturday, people in Hawaii received an emergency notification warning of an imminent nuclear missile attack.
Face recognition technology is hot right now. So, how is the technology being used now, and what effect will it have on different aspects of our lives in the near future?
Banks and other financial institutions must have a security program in place with defined processes in the event of a breach, even when the breach is not the result of any failure of their own. It’s not just best practice – it’s the law.
In 2018, travelers will see more changes to airport security.
An organized burglary of Paris' Ritz Hotel was disrupted by hotel security measures and the police on Wednesday night.
A master key that allows first responders easy and quick access to apartment complexes and commercial buildings was recently found in the possession of a burglary suspect.
New research suggests that attacks based on open source code vulnerabilities will increase by 20 percent this year.
Security companies are no stranger to the Consumer Electronics Show.
The Trump administration is cutting or delaying funding for proven security measures in lieu of funding the Border Wall.
The rise in active shooter incidents and the escalating impact of hostile events has prompted the National Fire Protection Association to process NFPA 3000, Standard for Preparedness and Response to Active Shooter and/or Hostile Events, as a provisional standard, which means it would be available for use as early as April 2018.