A metal detector will now greet visitors to the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors chambers as part of a new, broader security policy intended to boost safety.
RRH officials said security will be increased in multiple areas of the emergency department, including the addition of more staff and a metal detector.
A new report from the New York Times details how personal and invasive smartphone location data can get.
After a resident has registered with the department, Brookline Police will only ask to see their video footage if the department is investigating specific crimes that took place in the resident’s neighborhood.
As a result of the latest breach, the company now plans to shutter Google Plus by April 2019, and cease access to its APIs in the next 90 days.
According to statements from Department of Justice officials and federal court records, both suspects are accused of planning attacks that were foiled by law enforcement.
Researchers have uncovered a vulnerability which can be used to completely compromise Nuuo surveillance cameras and feeds.
Private investigators believe Chinese hackers may be to blame in the Marriott hack.
Congregants at the largest Jewish synagogue in Utah participate in active shooter training.
According to Amy Patterson, vice president of operations and logistics for the Atlanta Super Bowl Host Committee, those involved in Super Bowl preparations will work on contingency plans for everything from suspicious packages, protests and even mass casualty incidents.