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securitymagazine.comA holistic solution is necessary when it comes to drone defense....

securitymagazine.comHelp us recognize the unsung heroes of the security industry – nominate a security leader to be named one of Security magazine’s 2019 Most Influential People in Security....

securitymagazine.comSingapore’s Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) has started to test a new system that uses iris and facial recognition scanning to identify people....

securitymagazine.comThe Transportation Security Administration is reminding travelers that beginning October 1, 2020, every traveler must present a REAL ID-compliant driver’s license, or another acceptable form of identification, to fly within the United States....

securitymagazine.comThe pace of change within communications networks is happening at speeds not seen since the shift from circuit-switched networks to IP began a couple of decades ago....

securitymagazine.comWith the U.S. economy firing on all cylinders at 3.5 percent growth in the third quarter, corporate profits over the past year have zoomed at a 10.3 percent pace — the fastest increase in six years....

securitymagazine.comRide sharing company Lyft announced two new initiatives aimed at increasing the safety and security of its platform....

securitymagazine.comThe Chicago Metra has launched a new smartphone app to allow riders to report safety concerns to the transit agency’s police force....

securitymagazine.comAndrew Kline will lead public policy for the National Cannabis Industry Association....

securitymagazine.comAn online audit of websites has found that consumer-facing U.S. government websites rank highest in security and privacy while healthcare comes in last.    ...

securitymagazine.comRetired U.S. Army Lt. Col. Dave Grossman will keynote the 2019 National Association of School Resource Officers’ (NASRO) national school safety conference in Pigeon Forge, Tenn....

securitymagazine.comA new report says there is no evidence that hardening of schools is keeping students safe.    ...

securitymagazine.comThe under-representation of women and people of color across the field of artificial intelligence is causing a “diversity crisis” that is contributing to the creation of flawed systems and technology, according to a New York University research center report....

securitymagazine.comTwenty years after the Columbine High School shooting made practicing for armed intruders as routine as fire drills, many parents have only tepid confidence in the ability of schools to stop a gunman, according to a new poll by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research....

securitymagazine.comAmerican drivers strongly support proposed safety measures to reduce automobile crashes and fatalities, and are themselves taking steps to make the roads safer, according to new polling from NORC at the University of Chicago....

securitymagazine.comIllinois Senate has passed legislation filed by State Sen. Chapin Rose on amending the School Code and defining "temporary door locking device" and allows school districts to use door-locking mechanisms that attach to the door. ...

securitymagazine.comUnauthorized access to a Georgia Institute of Technology web application has exposed personal information for up to 1.3 million individuals, including some current and former faculty, students, staff and student applicants, Georgia Tech reports. ...

securitymagazine.comA new Kansas law will reduce the number of safety drills required in public and private schools....

securitymagazine.comISC)² announced the availability of a range of new courses to its Professional Development Institute (PDI) portfolio....

securitymagazine.comGlobal business travel spending reached $1.33 trillion in 2017 and is forecast to advance another 7.1 percent in 2018....

securitymagazine.comDespite the United Kingdom’s Brexit plans, London remained the leading international destination last year for U.S. business travelers, according to global travel management company BCD Travel....

securitymagazine.comHouse Bill 1359 by Rep. Gene Wu, D-Houston, would create a way for attorneys to apply with the State Bar of Texas for identification cards for use in any of Texas’ 254 counties....

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