Cellebrite recently published a new white paper with IDC, “Policing 2025: Envisioning a New Framework for Investigations.” In the IDC White Paper, IDC proposes a methodology for public safety organizations to digitally transform.
The U.S. Air Force has announced that over the last year, Tyndall Air Force Base and the 325th Security Forces Squadron have been working with Ghost Robotics to develop a system to enhance security and safety for the base population. Tyndall AFB will be one of the first Air Force bases to implement semi-autonomous robot dogs into their patrolling regiment.
When it comes to security and emergency communications, it can be difficult for security to communicate without a physical address of a location. The Movie Lot, which often provides security to movie companies without physical addresses, needed a way to efficiently and easily pinpoint locations.
Acting Secretary of Homeland Security, Chad F. Wolf introduced two new members to the Homeland Security Advisory Council (HSAC): Tom Jenkins and Catherine Lotrionte. Created by President George W. Bush in 2002, the HSAC is a Department of Homeland Security federal advisory committee that provides the secretary with independent, informed recommendations, and advice on a variety of homeland security issues.
Following the COVID-19 pandemic, business and government executives have been considering the best options and strategies to repair disrupted operations and return to work without putting employees and citizens at risk. Here’s some advice: take a multilayered approach.
Only with the widespread adoption of new technologies and systems will the country see long-term public safety success. With this fast-moving dynamic, not every new technology is ready for the challenges presented by a pandemic, and for many organizations it’s now about balancing effectiveness with timeliness, and diligence without panic.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has announced a series of webinars called FEMA Grant Outcomes (GO) for beginners that will be held starting October 27 through November 12, 2020. These webinars will present basic information about logging into FEMA GO, managing your organization, and creating a Hazard Mitigation Assistance subapplication.
The Department of Justice announced awards from the Office of Justice Programs (OJP) totaling $2.6 million to four jurisdictions to disrupt and mitigate threats of violence. The funds support state and local prosecutors and investigators who seek expertise from mental health and threat assessment experts to identify these individuals and prevent violent acts.
Today, securing large venues is a topic enterprise security professionals are grappling with in real-time. Securing these facilities, requires managing occupancy, implementing contact tracing and other solutions, including managing privacy, for the safety of future visitors and fans, but also for the safety and security of venue teams, players and staff.