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Verizon’s 2014 Data Breach Investigations Report, obtained early by FedScoop, identified nine overall threat patterns by collating 10 years of data, and Verizon researchers have now mapped those specific threat patterns to specific industries.
How can a federal transportation security officer’s thought process influence baggage screening decisions? The Transportation Security Administration and Sandia Research Laboratories are investigating the impacts on threat detection when officers are asked to switch between TSA Pre-Check and standard passenger lanes.
The measure was passed in response to Iran selecting Hamid Aboutalebi, who allegedly participated in the 1979 Iranian hostage crisis, as its next Ambassador to the U.N.
Under the proposal, homeowners can voluntarily register their security cameras for a new police department database, which would theoretically help police solve more crimes promptly. Through the system, police would remotely gain access into participating homeowners’ digital camera feeds.
Spurred on by the arrest of a Dutch teenager identified as “Sarah” in Rotterdam on Monday, who tweeted “hello my name’s Ibrahim and I’m from Afghanistan. I’m part of Al Qaida and on June 1st I’m gonna do something really big bye," dozens of teens are now tweeting bomb-threat jokes to American Airlines.
The "kill switch," a system for remotely disabling smartphones and wiping their data, will become standard in 2015.
The New York Police Department has disbanded a special unit that tried to detect terror threats in Muslim communities through secret surveillance.
A majority of Americans, Australians and Britons believe that connected-vehicle technology will make driving safer, but most are also concerned about security and privacy.
After several officials let slip some sensitive documents revealing specific physical threats to the U.S. power grid, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission is taking steps to clamp down on the flow of information out of the organization.
In the latest development since the targeted attack on a southern California Pacific Gas & Electric Co. substation last April, PG&E is offering a $250,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction in the attack.