President Donald Trump announced via Twitter that Gina Haspel would be taking the place of Mike Pompeo.
Technology marches ever forward, lockstep with ‘Moore’s Law.’ However, the influx of technological change affects different industries in different ways.
President Trump unveiled a school safety plan on Sunday.
Package bombs left on porches in Texas have killed two people and wounded two more.
The FBI gives basic steps to mitigate the threat of W-2 theft.
An NSA spokesman said the incident is under control.
Washington state’s new cannabis-tracking system was hacked the weekend of Feb. 3, according to the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board (WSLCB). Among other information, the hacker stole route information associated with four days of marijuana deliveries.
Security personnel will be on the lookout for suspicious drones during the Winter Olympics in South Korea.
Two IEDs detonated at Eagle Ridge Mall in Lake Wales, Florida.
On Saturday, people in Hawaii received an emergency notification warning of an imminent nuclear missile attack.
Use of personal cellphones by White House staffers and guests will be banned in the West Wing, the Trump Administration said Thursday.
The White House has publicly blamed North Korea for the WannaCry ransomware attack earlier this year that locked more than 300,000 computers in 150 countries.
President Trump declared a new national security strategy in a document and speech on Monday, focusing on “America First.”
The House approved a bill Wednesday that would allow gun owners with concealed carry permits from one state to carry their firearm in another state where it is also legal.
The bill comes in the wake of news that Uber handled a breach affecting as many as 57 million consumers by paying the hackers $100,000 in exchange for their silence.
Should more parishioners carry guns in church? Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton says yes, because as he sees it: “This is going to happen again.”
As video manufacturers have been driven to differentiate themselves in the marketplace, high-end surveillance technologies have become accessible to a much broader customer base. One technology of note is thermal imaging.
The Trump Administration released a new 14-page charter Wednesday detailing the Vulnerabilities Equities Process (VEP), which the federal government uses to determine if, how and when it tells private companies about zero-day security flaws.
The temporary deactivation Thursday of the personal Twitter account of President Donald Trump, @realDonaldTrump, by a customer support employee on their last day of employment has raised questions about Twitter’s internal security.
New "security interviews" to begin for fliers on U.S. bound flights.
DHS will issue a "binding directive" which will require the implementaion of security measures for email.
Construction crews broke ground two weeks ago to build eight prototypes for the Trump Administration's Border Wall.
There is more than one reason why emergency vehicles have lights and sirens. Several years ago, there was a campaign by the Ohio state fire marshal which was, “Move right for lights and sirens.” This makes a lot of sense, allowing emergency response to get where they need to be with minimum interference.
Doing business with the government—federal, state or even local—can be very difficult. The regulations, the paperwork, the unique needs and buying cycles are all tough requirements that have to be met. It can make for a complicated scene, but it’s also a vitally important business that can be financially rewarding despite the challenges.
Vehicle ramming attacks are on the rise in the United States and abroad. Already in 2017, there have been no less than seven major attacks worldwide resulting in 24 people dead and another 153 injured.
Today, cloud applications are all the rage and for good reason. The cloud allows us to work and play in ways that are so much more productive and engaging.
The city of Hartford, Conn., first began expanding and upgrading its surveillance capabilities in 2013 with a new Public Safety Complex and police headquarters. The city enlisted Vulcan Security Technologies to implement a new IP video system that could expand to include hundreds of cameras.
In the United States, technology has become the essential force multiplier. With nearly 6,000 miles of border with the neighboring north and south, it would be impossible to hire enough border personnel to protect every mile.
The mobile ID revolution is gathering pace, but not everyone has a smartphone today, and many citizens prefer to carry a physical card. How do government agencies manage this transition from physical to mobile, and ensure they can issue both cards and mobile ID at the same time?
"It is equivalent to the Super Bowl of security."
Gerald R. Ford International Airport has received a total of $3.8 million for security upgrades.
In big cities and even in smaller communities, the threat of radiation is real. The consequences of a “dirty bomb” explosion could be significant, for the crowd at the venue and for communities miles beyond.
The Trump administration will unveil a new plan to lift a controversial ban on the transfer of surplus military gear to police departments, rolling back an Obama administration executive order issued three years ago.
After an ambush shooting outside a courthouse in Steubenville, Ohio, lands a judge in the hospital, neighboring Belmont County is rethinking security standards.
Over the weekend protesters and counter protesters clashed in Charlottesville, Virginia, leading to violent clashes and a deadly vehicle attack.
The Secret Service will be looking at whether unmanned aerial vehicles could be useful in the protection of the president.
Local and federal authorities in Brixby, Oklahoma are investigating an explosion at the entry way of an Air Force recruiting office.
Remembering the deadliest day for police since 9/11.
HID Global announced that it has acquired Arjo Systems SAS.
Network thermal cameras were first introduced to the security market in 2010 filling a critical detection gap in network video systems.
Government websites in Ohio, Maryland and New York were targeted.
Authorities believe the stabbing of an airport officer was an “act of terrorism.”
Members of Congress spoke out about needing more security following the shooting rampage that injured five people.
A least two people were injured when someone open fired on a congressional baseball practice in Alexandria, Virginia.
A Georgia inmate shot and killed two correctional officers and now two prisoners are on the run.
Security will be stepped up at polling stations during the general election in UK in light of the London terror attack.
President Trump says he has chosen Christopher Wray to head the FBI.
The National Park Service has an extensive security protocol for its numerous locations nationwide, though they do stress an extensive layered approach.
Port Angeles, located on the U.S.-Canada border, is host to a thriving maritime port and a significant customs entry point into the United States.
A new Georgia law allows guns at public university tailgating events but not inside the sporting arenas.
The city of New Orleans will take down a prominent statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee.
What's next for agencies under the new executive order?
President Trump has signed an executive order to strengthen the government’s cybersecurity.
The Transportation Security Administration has laid out new framework to protect soft targets in airports as well as consider electronics ban on flights from Europe.
Last night, President Trump abruptly fired FBI Director James Comey.
Dallas PD and first responders received a call about a suicide; the shooting spree that unfolded leaves many questions to be answered.
On Dec.19, 2016, the news exploded with information about a vehicle attack on a Christmas market in Berlin that killed at least 12 people and injured over 50 more.
While these unmanned aircrafts are mostly used professionally and recreationally to add depth and intrigue to films and videos, security teams need to be aware of the threats they could pose on those below.
In Kaua’i County, Hawaii, grants management has long been an important part of local government operations. It’s also been handled using paper.
Safe City initiatives are a great way to build an efficient, proactive security posture to enhance safety and propel increased collaboration between city officials, security leaders, law enforcement and first responders.