NEWS & ANALYSIS

Group to Launch IT Security Metrics

The nonprofit Center for Information Security is planning to release guidelines to help companies better gauge the cost-effectiveness of their security programs

Academic, Corporate, and Government Organizations Unite to Solve Identity Management Problems

A new nonprofit organization will devote itself to solving identity management problems like identity theft through empirical research.

Controverisal Satellite Spying Program Set to Begin

The Department of Homeland Security is set to start a controversial satellite spying program, despite privacy concerns.

Congress Sets Conditions on DHS Spending Resolution

Congress has put several conditions on the Department of Homeland Security's appropriations.

U.S. Embassy in London May Move to the Suburbs

The U.S. Embassy in London may move from its current, storied location for a more secure location in a suburb near the River Thames.

2009 Homeland Security Appropriations Breakdown

A rundown of highlights from the $40 billion homeland security appropriations recently signed into law by President Bush.

British Police, Prison Officials Fear the WASP Knife

The U.S.-manufactured knife is designed to kill bears and sharks and can freeze a target's organs when it's plunged into the body.

Travel Industry Praises 2009 Homeland Security Appropriations

The U.S. travel industry applauded the president's funding of DHS programs that will help make tourism to the U.S. less burdensome.

Suicide Bombers Kill Over 20 in Baghdad

The attacks targeted Shiites' celebrating the end of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.

Security Guard Shot Dead Outside Marijuana Clinic

The security guard was shot dead outside a pot clinic during a robbery attempt yesterday in Los Angeles.
 




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