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Australian Police Examining Suspicious Packages Left at Foreign Consulates

Australian Police Examining Suspicious Packages Left at Foreign Consulates

"The packages are being examined by attending emergency services," an Australian Federal Police spokeswoman said. "The circumstances surrounding these incidents are being investigated."

French Christmas Market Targeted in Shooting, Terror Level Raised

French Christmas Market Targeted in Shooting, Terror Level Raised

A Christmas Market in France was the scene of a shooting that left five dead and 10 injured last week.

New Security Measures for Berlin Christmas Market Following Attack in 2016

New Security Measures for Berlin Christmas Market Following Attack in 2016

The site of Berlin's devastating 2016 truck attach has now become a testing area for heavy security.

Germany Proposes Router Security Guidelines

Germany Proposes Router Security Guidelines

The German government has prosed guidelines to increase router security including what kind of routers are sold and installed across the country

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U.S. Doesn't Sign Macron's Cybersecurity Pact

A new cyberspace pact was signed by 51 other countries, 224 companies and 92 non-profits and advocacy groups.

Olympic Security Budget for 2026 Calgary Games Cut

Olympic Security Budget for 2026 Calgary Games Cut

The security plan for the 2026 Olympic Games is making critics wonder how much comprehensive security really costs.

Airports Implementing Lie Detector Tests as Screening Measure

Airports Implementing Lie Detector Tests as Screening Measure

Airports on the border of non-EU nations will be including lie detector tests in their security screenings.

Winnipeg Hospital Increases After-Hours Security

Winnipeg Hospital Increases After-Hours Security

Manitoba's largest hospital is restricting after-hours visitors in an effort to increase security.



U.S. Blocks Tech Exports from Chinese Firm over Security Concerns

U.S. Blocks Tech Exports from Chinese Firm Over Security Concerns

Washington restricts U.S. companies working with Fujian Jinhua citing national security interests.

China Reportedly Used Microchips to Infiltrate U.S. Companies

China Reportedly Used Microchips to Infiltrate U.S. Companies

The claims have been strongly disputed by the technology companies.

ABC Sydney Tightens Security Following Infiltration

ABC Sydney Tightens Security Following Infiltration

ABC is tightening security at its Sydney headquarters after a man infiltrated security and assaulted an employee.

Facial Recognition to be Used at 2020 Olympics in Tokyo

Facial Recognition to be Used at 2020 Olympics in Tokyo

A test last year showed gate checks using the facial recognition was more than twice the pace of the conventional system using x-ray with visual siting by security guards.

New Scanners Aim to Make Airport Security More Efficient

New Scanners Aim to Make Airport Security More Efficient

New airport scanners could mean never having to remove items from luggage again.

Toronto Shooting Leaves Two Dead, Dozen Wounded

Toronto Shooting Leaves Two Dead, Dozen Wounded

An active shooter situation in Toronto left two people dead and a dozen more wounded over the weekend.

A Third of Companies Would Consider Paying Hackers

A Third of Companies Would Consider Paying Hackers

Several companies are opting for short-term reactive cybersecurity despite high profile ransomeware attacks.

House of Representatives Passes Bill Banning Government use of Chinese Surveillance Gear

House of Representatives Passes Bill Banning Government Use of Chinese Surveillance Gear

The $717 billion defense-policy bill is the latest move against Chinese technology on the basis of national security concerns.

Royal Wedding Sparks Huge Security Operation

Royal Wedding Sparks Huge Security Operation

Local police said they began preparing security plans for the big day as soon as the couple disclosed details on the venue for the wedding.

7 Dead in Australias Worst Mass Shooting in Decades

7 Dead in Australia's Worst Mass Shooting in Decades

This is considered to be the worst mass shooting in the nation since 1996.

Van Mounts Curb in Toronto, Injures at least 8 Pedestrians

Van Mounts Curb in Toronto, Kills 10 People and Injures 15

The driver of the van fled after jumping the curb and injuring at least eight people.

Facebook Announces Data Security Measures that Comply with EUs GDPR

Facebook Announces Data Security Measures that Comply with EUs GDPR

The social media platform has announced new opt outs that allow users to choose how their data is being used.

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