Jun 09, 2009 -After the recent friendly fire accident that killed an off-duty New York police officer, the New York Police Department investigated technology that could prevent these tragedies in the future. There's one major complication: the lab researching the technology says it's currently nonviable.
Jun 08, 2009 -The House of Representatives on Friday said no to the Transportation Security Administration's efforts to introduce whole-body imaging machines as the primary screening technology at the nation's airports.
Jun 08, 2009 -A Washington Post story from Saturday provides more evidence that narcotraffickers are looking to build remote-controlled self-propelled semi-submersibles to smuggle drugs risk-free from Colombia into the United States.
In this Security Managementonline exclusive, SM teamed up with Strauchs LLC to survey 100 large corporations and gauge how well they've dealt with "convergence." You may be surprised how well the melding process is going considering all the buzz surrounding the topic.
Jun 04, 2009 -With the release of President Barack Obama's report on cybersecurity last Friday, it seems apt to ponder a question posed by Wired.com's Threat Level blog: "Is the hacking threat to national security overblown?"
Jun 04, 2009 -Cybercriminals may be targeting YouTube account holders through spoofed e-mails aimed at tricking them to respond with their personal information, according to a TechCrunch.com post carried by The Washington Post.