NEWS & ANALYSIS
Oct 06, 2009 -In an effort to educate and increase ordinary citizens' awareness of terrorism planning, the state of Colorado, its fusion center, the FBI, and the nonprofit Center for Empowered Living and Learning (CELL) have co-produced a video exploring suspicious activities that may indicate terrorist planning.
Oct 05, 2009 -Layoffs may be contributing to a surge in retaliation claims filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, reports The Wall Street Journal.
Oct 05, 2009 -The network of surveillance cameras; license-plate readers; and chemical, biological, and radiological sensors that protect lower Manhattan will expand to cover mid-town, Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly announced yesterday.
Oct 02, 2009 -Hackers have discovered a way to automate the creation of fake Facebook pages to peddle fake antispyware, underlining once again the threats organizations face that let their employees use social networking sites, a security researcher warned.
Oct 02, 2009 -The New York City Department of Correction has ordered a top-to-bottom review of its security procedures and staffing levels after a dapper prisoner in a three-piece suit slipped out of court after claiming he was a lawyer.
Oct 01, 2009 -The Department of Homeland Security will establish a new office to support the nation's rapidly expanding network of fusion centers.
Oct 01, 2009 -A Senate hearing on homeland security yesterday worried about the threat of homegrown terrorists, radicalized immigrants, and lone wolves after federal authorities recently broke up three different alleged bombing conspiracies.
Sep 30, 2009 -The National Park Service does not have a systematic approach to risk management, which could leave the millions of people who visit national parks and icons vulnerable to terrorist attack and other criminal activities, according to the Government Accountability Office(GAO).
Sep 30, 2009 -The terrorist organization behind the devastating commando-style terrorist attack against Mumbai ten months ago continues to thrive, according to the front page of this morning's The New York Times.
Sep 29, 2009 -School districts in the Philadelphia area are installing a visitor tracking software solution to screen out sex offenders and other undesireables to prevent them from gaining access to their school buildings' hallways and classrooms, reports The Philadelphia Inquirer.