Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass Senator and U.S. Presidential Candidate, is planning on increasing election security voter fraud protection plan aimed to "secure our elections from all threats, foreign and domestic."
A Border Enforcement Task Force (BEST) team in Baltimore comprised of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) agents and U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers seized 332 pounds of cocaine in the port of Baltimore.
Chances are you’ve been warned never to download files or click on links from unknown senders.
In the monitoring and surveillance sector, Artificial Intelligence based solutions such as Intelligent Video Analytics (IVA), are entering the mainstream as they reach levels of refinement, usability and affordability.
U.S. Senators Rob Portman (R-OH) and Tom Carper (D-DE) published a report that documents the failure of eight federal agencies, over the course of two administrations, to address vulnerabilities in their IT infrastructure.
Suffolk County, New York has launched a school safety initiative called the Sharing to Help Access Remote Entry (SHARE) that will share live security camera footage with police in active shooter situations.
Last month, San Francisco became the first city to ban facial recognition. Now, other cities in California like Oakland and Berkley are considering bans on the technology, as well.
The Danish Soccer club Brøndby IF has announced that starting in July 2019, automated facial recognition (AFR) technology will be deployed at Brøndby Stadium.
For the past several years, there has been a focus by users to assure that their card-based access control systems are secure.
We haven’t exactly had a strong past year in the data security and privacy world.
The South Carolina House has passed a bill to require rideshare vehicles to display illuminated signs, after a USC student died after getting into a vehicle she thought was her Uber ride.
Employers resolving class-action lawsuits over alleged background check violations paid out a total of $174 million, a news report says.
More than 40 people joined together at God's Church Sunday in Victoria, Texas to train for an active shooter incident, says a news report.
5G technology could allow paramedics to diagnose medical problems more quickly, experts say, with the help of a "robo-glove" that can carry out remote-controlled ultrasound scans in an ambulance, or at the scene of an accident, according to a news report.
Risk quantification has long been an imperative topic for security leadership, but now more than ever, boards of directors and C-Suite executives are acutely invested in how their organizations are performing from a security risk perspective.
In May 2019 Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed Senate Bill 7030, permitting the arming of teachers and staff in Florida schools beginning October 2019.
Pennsylvannia state and county officials attended a cybersecurity training session hosted by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, says a news report.