Grants Vindicator critical asset security solutions authority to operate on USAF networks worldwide.
Excerpts from a commencement speech describe how the president will define climate change as a national security threat.
Recently declassified letter warns wife to take extra precautions, discusses Internet security and overall physical security for Al-Qaeda members.
Outstanding achievement in export growth with significant contributions to overall increase in U.S. exports.
To appear as witness at a House Homeland Security Committee hearing.
To arm or not to arm, that is the question.
Secret Service hopes to deter and inhibit people from climbing over the fence.
Immix platform recognized as Platinum-level winner.
Cincinnati prepares for safety at Great American Ball Park for the 86th edition.
The gunmen were carrying assault rifles and were eliminated before they could enter the contest in Garland, Texas.
There has been a noticeable increase in mass-produced, lowcost cameras available in the security industry. Low prices can be hard to resist, especially considering the tight budgets faced by government agencies at all levels.
Beverly Hills, Calif., has been glamorized in countless film and television depictions as the home of the wealthy and the famous.
Cities are a challenge to secure and manage—they encompass a wide geographic footprint and include a multitude of key stakeholders comprising local, state and federal agencies along with a variety of private business entities and public organizations.
Loretta Lynch has announced a new body camera pilot program.
The measure, from the Pittsburgh City Council, would require security companies that guard large buildings to put their employees through a city-approved training program.
Hopefully, hackers have heart not to launch nuclear weapons.
The changes would be made to confront new security risks in many different areas.
Rep. Congressman Ken Buck of Colorado tweets pic of himself and Rep. Trey Gowdy with assault rifle.
The Statue of Liberty was evacuated Friday due to a security concern.
The lawmaker asks why the state spent $2M on armed security instead of using police.