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securitymagazine.comMilitary veterans transition seamlessly into virtually all types of careers and sectors, but as a U.S. Navy veteran and security training professional for North America’s leading physical security services company, I do believe that the physical security arena can be a match made in heaven for transitioning veterans....

securitymagazine.comCybercriminals exposed 2.8 billion consumer data records in 2018, costing more than $654 billion to U.S. organizations....

securitymagazine.comMost SMEs think Artificial Intelligence (AI) is crucial to the state and future of cybersecurity....

securitymagazine.comAfter the mass shooting that took place in Virginia beach last Friday, Senator Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) is pushing for gun background check legislation, according to a news report. ...

securitymagazine.comThe Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is seeing a decrease in the number of background checks and gun sales in 2019....

securitymagazine.comHow does David Espie secure Maryland's seaport while managing more than 1,000 acres, 4,000 entries and exits and billion dollars' worth of cargo?...

securitymagazine.comAttorney General William P. Barr announced 10 new National Public Safety Partnership (PSP) sites in areas with elevated crime rates....

securitymagazine.comSenator Rick Scott highlighted his Fighting For Florida budget, which includes more than $140 million to improve security and infrastructure at ports....

securitymagazine.comA New York school district which planned to unveil a facial recognition system, intended to stop intruders, has paused the installment due to security and student privacy concerns, according to a news report. ...

securitymagazine.comHurricane season is almost here and emergency responders in Florida might be faster and more efficient with the implementation of drones for the 2019 hurricane season, says a news report. ...

securitymagazine.comQuest Diagnostics has suffered a massive data breach and it implicates more than 12 million patient records. ...

securitymagazine.comTheft, fraud and losses from other retail “shrink” totaled $50.6 billion in 2018, up from $46.8 billion the year before as industry security executives said there is a growing overlap between loss prevention and cybersecurity efforts....

securitymagazine.comFlorida citizens are in favor of universal background checks on gun sales, according to the St. Pete Polls survey. ...

securitymagazine.comThe New York State Senate passed Senate Bill S3335, or the Fingerprint Bill, which requires all religious and private schools in New York to run fingerprints and a background check on potential employees. ...

securitymagazine.comThe FBI's face recognition office can now search databases with more than 641 million photos, including 21 state databases, says the Government Accountability Office (GAO) in a recent report. ...

threatpost.comAt Infosecurity Europe, researchers detailed a cybergang that grew from a one-man shop launching Craigslist scams to a full-on enterprise BEC group....

threatpost.comAt Infosecurity Europe, Threatpost gets a behind-the-scenes look at the discovery of BEC cybergang Scattered Canary....

threatpost.comExperts at Infosecurity Europe shed light on how IT and operational technology teams can better collaborate as industrial IoT takes hold....

threatpost.comAs more data is collected, shared and sold, people are growing increasingly distrustful of technology, an expert said at Infosecurity Europe Wednesday....

threatpost.comA working exploit for the critical remote code-execution flaw shows how an unauthenticated attacker can achieve full run of a victim machine in about 22 seconds....

threatpost.comBoth FireFox and Chrome have received updates to better guard users against privacy and security threats, such as tracking by Facebook....

threatpost.comThe mobile ad plugin, found in hundreds of Google Play apps, uses well-honed techniques from malware development to hide itself....