Current Global Crises Open Eyes to Security Spending 

ASIS Survey Shows Economic Impacts on Security 

SIA Helps to Stop Virginian Alarm Tax Proposal
 

City ID Cards May Spread To East Bay 

President Orders U.S. Cybersecurity System Review 

ID Fraudsters Beating Security, Says Study 

Survey Finds Human Error As Biggest Security Risk 

Industry Demand Drives IP Video Standards 

Security System Increases Arrests At University 

A wireless camera surveillance system installed at Cal State Long Beach last year has led to about a dozen arrests and alerted officials to medical emergencies on campus, university officials said. ...

More Than Half of University's Students Feel Unsafe 

A survey conducted during fall semester at the University of Connecticut found that 40 percent of 1,667 students who responded to the question feel safe on campus. ...

Super Bowl Security Tight in Tampa 

Security has tightened in Tampa for the 2009 Super Bowl since its last time in the Florida city in 2001....

SIA Report Defines U.S. Security Market 

The demand for high-tech security systems is expanding rapidly in the United States, and a new report from the Security Industry Association (SIA) provides a comprehensive look at the growth and evolution of this multi-billion dollar market....

2010 Winter Olympic Games Gives Number On Security Cost 

The security budget for the 2010 Winter Olympics will come in at less than $1 billion, says the top cop for the Games....

Florida High School Reports Dangers With Texting 

A Broward County, Fla., high school has integrated the district's Silence Hurts text messaging program....

ASIS International Welcomes New President 

Michael R. Cummings, CPP, has advanced to the presidency of ASIS International. Cummings, in the security field since 1973, spent the first 12 years in retail and has practiced in health care since 1985. ...

Study Shows Employees Undermine Traditional IT Security Strategies 

Absolute Software and the Ponemon Institute announced the findings of a new study on the use of encryption on laptops by employees within corporations in the U.S....

Agencies Alter Plans For Security For Inauguration Week 

Authorities are organizing what appears to be the largest security operation ever for an inauguration, bringing in thousands of extra police, agents and troops to handle crowds as President-elect Barack Obama is sworn in....

HD Video Use In Surveillance Meeting Its Demands 

As video surveillance systems begin to move forward into a new era, the systems not only seek to capture images, but to also provide new and detailed information that many retailers and building management systems need....

A Number Of Security Rules Employees Break 

Most CSOs and security managers know employees are taking risks everyday that could set their company up for a breach. CSO Magazine spoke with John Stewart, CSO of Cisco, as he offered his take on rules people love to break and offers advice on getting them to stop....

Businesses Riled By Homeland Security Data Collection Rules 

The Department of Homeland Security will collect millions of new electronic records about private planes, imported cargo, foreign visitors and federal contractors as part of an array of controversial last-minute security policies imposed by the Bush administration....

Virtualization To Put Consumer Tech In The Workplace 

Virtualization promises to usher in a new era of consumer technology in the workplace—potentially satisfying the demands of new workers from the Facebook generation who want to use more consumer hardware for work purposes....

Mumbai Hotels Rethink Security After Attack 

Mumbai, India recently sustained a 60-hour rampage by Islamic militants claiming 171 lives....

Employee Fraud, Theft Cost Firms $40 Billion Yearly 

As many as one-third of all business failures annually can be attributed to employee theft, according to the U.S. Department of Commerce....

Survey Finds Fraud Abundant, More So Around Holidays 

Almost one in five New York state Internet users received a notification from their bank or credit card issuer in the last year saying personal or financial information had been compromised according to a survey by Consumer Reports WebWatch....

Security Finds More Uses At NFL Games 

Professional football fans are embracing new text-messaging systems that allow them, in NFL stadiums, to inconspicuously report disorderly neighbors without confronting them, a provocative tactic many of the league's 32 teams are using to enforce the conduct code....

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