Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings announced Mark Cuban will donate $1 million to the Dallas PD to help enhance counterterrorism efforts.
Managed power is an essential element in a comprehensive security solution and its continued evolution helps ensure the operational integrity of today’s integrated systems.
Cleveland is spending $20 million in federal money on riot and security gear for the Republican Convention.
Ensuring your own safety is the most important aspect of working in Security. Body armor and other forms of protective clothing are vital pieces of equipment, and all Security Operatives (SOs) should be aware of their benefits.
Protesters who’ve occupied a federal building in Oregon have been arrested.
New Samsung WiseNet Camera App records directly to disk.
Nearly every major U.S. carrier won’t let you board with a hoverboard in tow.
In the weeks following the massive explosion at a warehouse owned by Ruihai International Logistics in the Chinese port of Tianjin, investigators are getting a better idea of what led to the disaster that killed 173 people—104 of whom were firefighters—and injured hundreds more.
Traditionally, electrical substation security was aimed only at preventing access to stop vandalism and improve safety. Today, however, security efforts have been redefined to address new threats in order to protect critical infrastructure.
STANLEY Security and I-View announce their partnership for live, actionable verified alarm response system.
To support safety and notify personnel in the case of an emergency, Peru LNG’s needed a general alarm and mass notification system (MNS).
Mitigate insider threat and improve perimeter security and personnel assurance to ensure only trusted resources have access.
Addressing changing federal compliance mandates, South Plains Electric Cooperative chooses to centrally manage security for its 32 substations.
NERC compliance requirements in the utilities industry have made it essential to monitor and report on physical access to various facilities, control rooms, substations and critical assets.
Most everyone is aware that crash-rated, anti-terrorist vehicle access control barriers, barricades, bollards and gates are standard security tools at government facilities, from embassies to courthouses and capitols to a host of other locales.
The Rapid bus system in Grand Rapids, Mich. has had its share of heated debates over the past several years, with detractors bemoaning its lack of use and proponents promising major economic benefits with expansion.
Recent terrorist attacks on substations and the potential for simultaneous attacks across the United States put the entire country at serious risk for major power interruption.
Having numerous and diverse facilities to secure, National Grid needed a higher level of security to insure its vast infrastructure of buildings were protected
While the threat of terrorist activity to disrupt the nation’s power grid remains ever-present, other hazards such as theft and vandalism are more common and represent an immediate challenge.