May 18, 2012 -The FBI says there are no credible threats to this weekend’s NATO summit. HHS opens the debate on medical countermeasure testing for children. The U.S. is not protected from a Stuxnet-type attack. And more.
May 17, 2012 -Security Management spoke to Ben Gielow, government relations manager at the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International, about the FAA's progress in integrating UAVs into the National Air System.
May 17, 2012 -Chicago prepares for NATO summit protests. U.S. Capitol police are looking for a pattern in a series of burglaries on Capitol Hill. The DEA wants to monitor Utah’s drug corridor with license plates cameras. And more.
May 11, 2012 -A government official says China may be responsible for a series of cyberattacks on natural gas pipeline companies. An airline says a computer glitch caused it to seem like a toddler was on the no-fly list. The market for drones is already booming despite lack of FAA approval to fly. And more.
May 09, 2012 -The commercialization of technologies to help first responders was discussed at a House hearing today by the Department of Homeland Security’s Science and Technology Directorate First Responders Division Director.
May 09, 2012 -A business sets up a sting to arrest a woman after a preemployment background check reveals a warrant for her arrest. TSA finds a disassembled gun in a child’s stuffed animals. National Security spending recommendations for fiscal year 2013 to fiscal year 2022 from POGO. And more.
May 08, 2012 -U.S. Postal Service (USPS) and public health officials are pleased with the initial results of Operation Medicine Delivery, the first test run of a program to distribute emergency antibiotics to a population after a widespread biological attack.