NEWS & ANALYSIS

Less Private Intelligence Contractors, Says Congressional Report

A joint congressional report tells the Office of the Director of National Intelligence to find the appropriate balance between contract employees and civilian government employees.

U.S. Border Security Hurting Trade with Canada

U.S. border security initiatives hurt cross-border trade with Canada, the country's international trade minister says.

Update: 11,000 Illegals Work in British Private Security

The number of illegal aliens working as private security guards in Britain is twice what was originally thought, revealed the Home Secretary last week.

Israel to Vote on Detention Law Extension for Security Suspects

Israel moves to extend detention of security suspects with minimal oversight.

Seductive Bots Steal Personal Information

A new bot called CyberLover tricks unsuspecting online lookers-for-love into giving up their personal information.

Violent Crime Down in First Half of 2007

A new report shows that violent crime is down in aggregate, but police are still frustrated by a stubborn rise in violent crime in certain jurisdictions.

From the Archives: How Should Malls Address Terrorism?

A Security Management article from July 2003 examined how Israel protects its shopping centers from terrorist attack.

Algiers Bombing Kills 67

Al Qaeda's North African affiliate is believed to be the culprit.

African Airport Aims for TSA Clearance

Ivory Coast has hired a Canadian company to help it win TSA certification

Fingerprint Collection Increases at Dulles

DHS has begun collecting 10 fingerprints per international visitor to increase security and accuracy. The policy will extend to all ports of entry by the end of 2008.
 




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