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The Internal Revenue Service needs to take additional steps to improve security at some of its facilities.
Seattle-Tacoma International Airport will become one of the first major airports in the U.S. to use state-of-the-art automated exit lane technology at all exits.
A bipartisan group of senators introduced legislation aimed at security clearance reforms.
Integrators are a key partner in many enterprises’ security programs, but they also have the unique viewpoint across the industry, foreseeing the next trends from manufacturers while understanding the demands and needs of integrators.
They did not swim in. Two goldfish have been found swimming in slightly radioactive water in a lemonade pitcher inside a secure area of the Perry nuclear power plant, Perry, Ohio.
The Westfield name in retail is synonymous with high quality properties that offer an efficient and dynamic environment for retailers and a quality shopping experience for consumers.
U.S. Sen. Angus S. King Jr. is cosponsoring bipartisan legislation to improve security at smaller courthouses.
An undercover agent with a fake explosive device in his pants was able to pass through two security checkpoints at the Newark, New Jersey airport, says a New York Post report.