Rep. Buddy Carter (R-Ga.) recently introduced H.R. 6929, the Advancing Facial Recognition Act, which requires the Federal Trade Commission, the U.S. Department of Commerce and other appropriate agencies
An unidentified shooter has injured on security guard at Naval Air Station Corpus Christi, TX, today. It has been determined that the shooting is terrorism related, according to the FBI.
The legislation addresses the purchase of airport equipment, particularly passenger boarding bridges, from countries that are known for IP theft or national security threats.
Human smugglers continue to plague law enforcement and society at large, despite the COVID-19 pandemic and without regards to several Customs and Border Protection policies and travel restrictions aimed at preventing the spread of the disease. Smugglers continue to place migrants in harm’s way.
Moran, who was president and COO of the company, died on May 14
Adapting thermography machines to address COVID-19 issues qualifies them as medical devices, which can pose unique challenges for businesses that are unfamiliar with the FDA.
A number of companies are either adding new features in response to the COVID-19 threat or developing new systems to identify if individuals are obeying guidelines.
Not all internet users are careless about their online security. But many are still victims of cybercriminals and stalkers due to mistakes online.
Organizers cite health and travel concerns for canceling the international show in Germany, which is held every two years.
Industry associations keeping members informed about how the coronavirus crisis is affecting security businesses.
Man on Austin runway killed as Southwest Airlines plane lands.
The agents searched a trailer on May 9 and discovered 25 individuals attempting to enter the U.S.
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