In conjunction with the NBA, the Dallas Mavericks has announced that beginning Nov. 15, fans seated beyond 15 feet of the court will no longer need to complete a Fan Health Survey to enter the game at the American Airlines Center.
Today, off-the-shelf commercial drone technology poses a significant threat to governments, corporations and the public. While the positive use cases for deploying commercial drones are many, like all technologies, drones have a dark side that security professionals must prepare for.
We talk to Fred Burton, NYT best-selling author, former special agent, counterterrorism expert, and executive director of the Ontic Center for Protective Intelligence, about how protective intelligence can help keep athletes and their fans safe.
DHS and CISA joined the Colorado Rockies, along with the Rockies’ state, local and federal partners for a virtual tabletop exercise to review incident preparedness measures and response plans at Coors Field in a continuing effort to ensure fan, staff and team safety.
The Kansas City Chiefs are introducing a number of changes to the fan experience as the safety of fans, vendors, staff, players and coaches is "the utmost priority during this unprecedented NFL season," say the Chiefs.