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Afternoon Security Brief: Drug Testing Errors, Immigration Law Problems, Falsified Background Checks, and More

- Flawed drugs tests in Indiana revealed by independent audit. Background investigators cutting corners. And More.

Morning Security Brief: Cartel Collaboration, Secure Communities, Border Security, and More

- Mexican cartels sharing information and expertise with U.S. gangs. Federal authorities revamp Secure Communities initiative. National Guard tours on border extended. And more.

Morning Security Brief: Pentagon Lockdown, Al Qaeda Hit List, Tornado Tracker, and More.

- Authorities foil a plot at the Pentagon a day after news of an al Qaeda hit list. Private companies and defense contractors team up to track cyberattacks. New technology predicts the path of tornadoes. And more.

Morning Security Brief: ATF Criticized, Hospital Identity Theft, New Top at Al-Qaeda, and More.

- Fallout continues over ATF's "Gunwalker"program. A nurse who orders credit cards using patient intake information. A new top at al-Qaeda. And other news.

Morning Security Brief: Mobile Security, Big Brother Chicago, DIY Militias, and More

- Corporate security managers seek ways to secure mobile devices. A small village in Africa develops an effective self-defense strategy in lieu of government protection. Pakistan arrests informant who is believed to have helped CIA get Osama bin Laden. And more.

Morning Security Brief: 'Homegrown' Terrorists, Corruption and Border Protection, Prescription Drug Abuse, and More

- The second of seven jihadist arrested in North Carolina submits a guilty plea. Congress looks at problems with Customs and Border Protection corruption and internal investigations. Prescription drug abuse examined. And more.

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Alarm Industry Pushes 911 Call Centers to Give Priority to Video Alarms

- Alarm companies are teaming up with police and sheriff’s departments to drive a policy change and give priority response to video alarms over traditional alarms at 911 call centers. (Coverage from ISC West)

ISC West Product Showcase 2011

- A preview of the latest security technologies you'll find on the floor of ISC West at the Sands Expo and Convention Center, Las Vegas, from April 6-8.

Framing Matters When It Comes to Security Compliance

- When discussing compliance, security managers should think about a return on perception.

Industry News

- ASIS International focuses on convergence via a new European subcomittee; a university in the United Kingdom launches a degree program; and Patrick Wood, CPP, is profiled.

How to Improve Your Image

- The great outdoors can be not-so-great for those who set up outdoor surveillance systems. Find out how to get the most from your camera setup. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Setting a Strategic Course

- ASIS President for 2011, Raymond T. O'Hara, CPP, discusses how he hopes to help ASIS achieve its goals throughout the year. He also reflects on his career and the profession at large.

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