A spokesperson for Duke Energy says the energy provider is "taking measures to strengthen security" at its power substations in the Carolinas following another outage caused by a suspected copper thief.
Britain's Olympic minister said security planning for next summer's Games would not be disrupted by this week's resignations by London's two top policeman over the phone-hacking scandal engulfing the now defunct News of the World.
The United States and India signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to promote closer cooperation and the timely exchange of information between the organizations of their respective governments responsible for cybersecurity.
A minority student advocacy group says zero-tolerance disciplinary policies at Chicago Public Schools don't work. Armed with a cost analysis report, Voices of Youth in Chicago Education said that CPS spent $51.4 million on school-based security guards last year, about 15 times the $3.5 million it spent on college and career coaches.
The Transportation Security Administration has suffered more than 25,000 security breaches in U.S. airports in the past ten years, a House subcommittee on National Security is expected to report today.
During a Texas Rangers game last Thursday, a fan trying to catch a ball died after falling head-first about 20 feet to the ground. Was it an isolated incident or do security measures need to be changed?
In this June 2015 issue of Security, is the security director business’s new “corporate rock star?” Find out how CSOs can become the new leaders of their enterprises through mentorships, partnerships and creatively adding business value. Also, learn how security professionals are training employees in cyber security through games. And why are deterrence and detection so important when it comes to thwarting metal thieves? Find out in this issue.