NEWS & ANALYSIS

TSA Review Calls for Enhanced Active Shooter Training

A new report by the Transportation Security Administration calls for changes, including enhanced active shooter training, to improve security at airport checkpoints nationwide.

Morning Security Brief: Fort Hood Guns, Mudslide Aid, Malaysian Air Search, and China Cyberattack Talks

Congressman advocates for firearms on base, DHS and FEMA chiefs tour mudslide, pings in Malaysia Air search give hope, and the White House holds cyberattacks briefing with Chinese officials.

Morning Security Brief: Fort Hood Security, Body Cameras for Border Protection, Cyber Hygiene, And Kerry Talks Middle East Peace

Fort Hood security issues examined, CBP chief discusses body-worn cameras, officials launch Cyber Hygiene Campaign, Kerry frustrated with peace talks impasse.

More from the ASIS International 13th European Security Conference and Exhibition

Attendees at the 13th ASIS International European Security Conference and Exhibition hear the director of Europol speak, attend the President's Reception, and take advantage of the expo.

Morning Security Brief: Fort Hood Shooting, Secret Service Episode, Homeland Security Market, & More

A shooter opens fire at Fort Hood military base in Texas, killing four including himself; the director of the Secret Service says the latest episode involving an intoxicated agent was an isolated episode; positive growth trends predicted for the U.S. Homeland Security Market; and more.

Security Management Magazine App Available Now!

Security Management magazine is excited to announce the launch of its brand new app for tablet devices.

Dutch Minister of Security and Justice Speaks at ASIS International European Security Conference and Exhibition

This morning, the education portion of the ASIS International European Security Conference and Exhibition kicked off at the World Forum in The Hague, The Netherlands, with a keynote by Ivo Opstelten, Dutch Minister of Security and Justice.

Morning Security Brief: Deadly 8.2 Magnitude Earthquake Hits Chile, U.K. Prime Minister Probes Muslim Brotherhood, And More

An 8.2 magnitude earthquake kills at least five people in Chile. British Prime Minister David Cameron has ordered a review of the Muslim Brotherhood's activity in London. And Sen. Charles Schumer (D-NY) calls for increased security at 1 World Trade Center after recent breaches.

Experts Offer Insight at ASIS International 13th European Security Conference and Exhibition

Photos from the ASIS International’s 13th European Security Conference and Exhibition, taking place at the World Forum in The Hague, The Netherlands, April 1-3, 2014.

Morning Security Brief: RSA Used Second NSA Tool; Russian Troops in Ukraine, Treating Infectious Diseases, And More

A team of researchers have found a second tool adopted by security firm RSA from the NSA; NATO head says there is no sign of Russian troops pulling out from eastern border with Ukraine; the government evaluates a plan to provide vaccines in emergencies, and more.
 




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