April 17, 2014
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SEC Announces Examinations of Wall Street Firms' Cybersecurity Measures

The Securities and Exchange Commission moves to examine more than 50 registered broker-dealers and investment advisers to assess their cybersecurity measures.

Morning Security Brief: Al Qaeda Video, Russian Troops, Fighting Heartbleed, and More

New al Qaeda video surfaces, Putin talks troops before Geneva meeting, UT-Dallas researchers fighting Heartbleed virus, and nine are dead from Korean ferry disaster.

Morning Security Brief: Almost 300 Missing After Ferry Sinks Off Korean Coast, NYPD Spy Unit Disbanded, And More

The United States joins a rescue effort to find almost 300 missing passengers after a ferry sinks, the New York Police Department disbands a secretive unit that spied on Muslims, and the FBI releases advice on how not to become a spy.

Social Media Explodes as Twitter Users Issue Bomb Threats

Dozens of Twitter users take to the social platform to send major airlines bomb threats.

Morning Security Brief: Ukraine Orders Military Action, Heartbleed Woes Increase, And More

Ukraine orders a military operation to confront pro-Russian militants, the Heartbleed flaw continues to plague the Internet, Attorney General Eric Holder asks for additional funds to train for active shooter scenarios, and Boston marks the one-year anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing.

Morning Security Brief: Kansas City Shooting, Nigerian Blasts, Malaysian Air Search, and Ohio Security App

Kansas City shooting suspect booked, deadly blast in Nigeria kills 71, Malaysian air search goes quiet, and Ohio security officials offer smartphone app.

Shootings at Two Jewish Facilities in Kansas City Leave Three People Dead

Two shootings today at different Jewish facilities in Kansas City result in the deaths of three people.

Sharing Cyber Threat Info is Unlikely to Raise Antitrust Concerns, Says Agencies' Announcement

The Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission released a joint statement yesterday, clarifying that antitrust concerns are not raised when companies share cyberthreat information with each other.

Morning Security Brief: Heartbleed Impact Spreads, American Airport Shown in al Qaeda Magazine, And More

Security experts warn that Heartbleed flaw could impact devices connected to the Internet, a photo of a U.S. airport is published in an al Qaeda magazine, and more.

Morning Security Brief: Stabbing Rampage at High School, Heartbleed Bug Updates, And More

A student has been charged as an adult after stabbing 21 at a Pennsylvania high school yesterday morning. The Heartbleed flaw has experts scrambling to find a solution for both Web site owners and users. And a software engineer says he warned the University of Maryland of their security flaw four months before the school was hacked.

Morning Security Brief: Heartbleed Wounds Millions of Web Sites, Ukraine Unrest Spreads, And More

Experts have discovered a major flaw in the security software Open SSL used by millions of Web sites, pro-Russian separatists have seized three government buildings in Ukraine, and an explosion in Islamabad kills at least 20.

Morning Security Brief: More Protests in Ukraine, Hunt for Missing Plane Costliest in History, And More

Protests continue in three eastern Ukrainian cities but police are able to regain control of one government building occupied by pro-Russian protestors. NBC News reports the hunt for missing Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 is on track to become the costliest search effort in aviation history. A GAO report reveals that six government agencies' assessments of physical security standards are not in line with DHS guidelines.
This Month's Print Issue

Cover - The Abu Dhabi Safety and Security Planning Manual (SSPM) establishes a system for approaching crime prevention and counterterrorism in the earliest stages of a project’s life: during planning and design.

Editor's Note - Security Management is speaking your language.

Retail Security - The Target data breach affected as many as 70 million customers. How did the attack occur, and how can retailers prevent a similar occurrence?

Event Security- Maracanã Stadium will host the FIFA World Cup in Brazil. To ensure the safety of patrons and players, stadium management upgraded security.

Workplace Mentoring - Today’s security professionals can benefit from mentoring, which can help them move forward meaningfully in their careers.



 
Mar/Apr 2014
Table of Contents

  • Member News
  • In Brief
  • Security Management
  • Foundation
  • CSO Roundtable
  • Women in Security
  • Standards and Guidelines
  • Awards
  • Certification
  • President's Reception
  • Chapter News

     

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Seminar 2012 Wrap-Up
2012 Annual Report
2013 Volunteer Leadership Photos

Door Prop Alarm

The EAX-300 Door Prop Alarm from Detex Corporation of New Braunfels, Texas, assures that doors left open by mistake or intent won’t defeat the whole security system.

IP Cameras

CBC (AMERICA) Corporation of Commack, New York, announced that a new family of IP cameras has been added to the Ganz PixelPro Series.

Cloud-Based Video

Sony Electronics Security Systems Division of Park Ridge, New Jersey, and Next Level Security Systems of Carlsbad, California, have launched an affordable, scalable, cloud-based video surveillance solution.
 




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