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It’s a busy week for the TSA, and not necessarily due to the holiday season. Tuesday, three bills were passed through the U.S. House of Representatives in regards to the Transportation Security Administration, all three receiving bipartisan support.
Protecting the United States from terrorism means more to Americans than promoting democracy abroad, a Pew Research Center study found. Since the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Americans consider protecting U.S. shores from terrorism a top priority, according to a UPI report. The study, conducted every four years, found 83 percent of those questioned held that opinion in 2013, which is slightly down from its high of 86 percent in 2005.
Hackers have stolen usernames and passwords for nearly two million accounts at Facebook, Google, Twitter, Yahoo and others.
Kroll's annual Cyber Security Forecast highlights seven trends identified by Kroll and suggests that a changing tide in cyber standards, both social and legal, will require organizations to take stronger actions and safeguards to protect against reputational, financial and legal risks in 2014.
The U.S. House approved Tuesday a 10-year extension of an existing federal law banning guns that can go undetected by metal detectors and X-ray machines, such as plastic guns.
Disguised as authentic utility workers, a band of copper thieves dug up and stole nearly £280,000-worth of redundant cabling from locations all around London, many of which were leaked through at least one crooked BT employee.
Public safety, massive infrastructure development, higher Return on Investment from enhanced security and business continuity are driving the growth of the transportation safety and security market, as a MarketsandMarkets report (Transportation Safety and Transportation Security Market Modes, Worldwide Market Forecasts) predicts market growth to $62.96 billion in 2018. The sector currently weighs in at $37.80 billion worldwide.
Penn State University is in the process of installing more than 600 security cameras in dormitories and common areas of its main campus.
Store security at Barneys New York is now trained on the NYPD.
If Oregon does not adopt an additional 11 elements to driver's license issuing procedures, its residents could find using their state-issued IDs to board planes quite difficult.