El Centro Sector Border Patrol agents, in Calexico, CA, apprehended a group of three adults with a two-year-old and a six-year-old after human smugglers lowered them by rope down a 30-foot section of the border wall early Thursday morning.
One of our best customers is a Fortune 50 financial services company for homeowners across America.
In this episode of SecurPod, Ralph C. Jensen and Steve Karoly talk about the COVID-19 pandemic and the changes experienced in the aviation security vertical. The pandemic has changed society and our way of life. It has also brought about seismic changes.
- Airport Security
UPDATED, APRIL 19, 1:41 p.m. – Officials in Indianapolis have released the names of the eight people who were killed when a gunman opened fire at a FedEx warehouse on April 15.
Fortem Technologies, Inc. has announced today that Toshiba Infrastructure Systems & Solutions has invested $15 million in the company and that they have formed a strategic business alliance.
Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) would like to have an FBI and CIA classified briefing, as well as other lawmakers, following reports that two people on the on the FBI's terror watchlist were apprehended after crossing the southern border.
Cybersecurity experts have long warned of attacks on small municipal systems. Until hackers accessed the water treatment plant of a small Florida city this year, those warnings were “out of sight, out of mind.” Now, both local and national authorities’ perspectives on the dangers of cybersecurity attacks are changing.
A car rammed into two Capitol Police officers at a barricade outside the U.S. Capitol building in Washington, D.C., on Friday afternoon. According to AP News, one of the officers was killed, another was injured, and the driver of the vehicle was shot and killed.
- Access Control
- Facility Security
Just three years ago, the “cloud” was a four-letter word in the security industry. After fronting millions of dollars to establish onpremises systems, companies were understandably reluctant to rip them apart for a new approach.
Last year brought tremendous challenges for everyone, especially retailers. Retail shrinkage, the reduction of inventory from shoplifting, fraud and internal theft, is estimated to have cost the industry $61.7 billion according to a 2020 National Retail Security Survey, an all-time high.