NEWS & ANALYSIS

Hackers Don't Always Use High Technology

Security researcher tells hacker conference that criminals don't only use high-tech techniques to get at confidential information.

Congressman Consistently Hassled During Airport Screenings

Rep. John Lewis tells congressional committee that if this can happen to him "you can only imagine what the average American suffers."

Don't Fall for Angelina Jolie Spam

Spam e-mails allege they have adult video of the Hollywood actress.

Ahead of Olympics, Security Measures Create Gloomy Atmosphere in Beijing

The Communist state warns that the Olympic Games is under the shadow of an "unsurpassed" terrorist threat.

Venezuela's Chávez No Terrorist

Senior U.S. official describes how the U.S. should respond to a softening in Venezuela's anti-U.S. rhetoric

Is Homeland Security a Quixotic Quest?

A political science professor argues most homeland security expenditures are a waste of precious resources that could be put to better use.

TSA Releases Voluntary Security Recommendations for Protecting U.S. Highways

The recommendations focus on securing hazardous materials moved on the nation's roadways, because the material could be used in a terrorist attack.

Anti-Terror Toxin Rules May Impede Research and International Cooperation, Say Experts

Scientists complain of red tape that hinders their ability to construct research facilities that handle deadly agents and share such agents with international partners.

TSA to Widely Deploy New Passenger Screening Technologies

TSA will deliver Advanced Technology X-ray and Passenger Imaging units to a second wave of U.S. airports.

Shipping Industry Balks at TSA's Approach to Cargo Security on Passenger Airplanes

Critics say TSA must provide a qualified product list for cargo screening technologies and fund cargo shippers participation in its Certified Cargo Screening Program.
 




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