Wireless Security Better, Needs Improvement 

A new survey published by RSA concludes wireless security is improving, but too many organizations are still relying on primitive security protections when it comes to wireless networks....

Cisco Asks Businesses How Effective Their Security Policies Are 

A new study analyzed the behavior and perceptions of 2,000 employees and IT professionals in 10 countries, found that employees engage in numerous risky behaviors at work. ...

School Bus Safety Partnership Starts Trend 

With the demand of security solutions that go beyond serving as replacements for legacy VCR systems, managers of school surveillance systems are seeking new technology. ...

The Importance Of Emergency Response Official ID Security 

Events such as the Sept. 11 attacks and Hurricane Katrina have shown that it is essential that U.S. emergency response official (EROs) have secure identification credentials, that they be electronically verifiable and trusted across multiple jurisdictions. ...

ID Theft Still Concern Amid Economic Slowdown 

The results of a new consumer survey conducted by Harris Interactive for Secure Identity Systems found that more than half of bank customers worried about the current state of their bank are concerned that their money and identity are not safe. ...

Study Finds Nonprofits Not Prepared For Disasters 

The Washington region's network of nonprofit groups is ill-prepared to respond to a natural disaster or terrorist attack, with a capacity to deal with just 5 percent of the likely need for food and shelter and with no comprehensive communication system to coordinate efforts, according to a recently released emergency preparedness plan....

Security Awareness Materials Available For Free Download 

Free security awareness materials for business and consumers are available for download from (ISC)2, a not-for-profit company in educating and certifying information security professionals....

Disaster Response Experts Warn Schools Are Underprepared 

Wrong decisions in disaster situations in schools could cost lives and property says Survival Skills & Co., a company that just released its "Disaster Response Guide." ...

Survey Finds Majority Of Organizations Lack Data Leakage Solutions 

A recently released study, which surveyed 100 IT professionals and security decision makers in North American companies with 500 or more employees, found that 72 percent of organizations had no solution for preventing data leaks over e-mail and 89 percent of organizations lacked an effective anti-spam solution. ...

Surveillance Company Funds School Resource Officer Scholarship 

Wren, a provider of enterprise video management systems, will donate $10,000 over the next four years to establish a scholarship fund to help school resource officers (SROs) further their education, thereby bringing even more expertise and security strategies to protect the schools they serve....

Video Surveillance Useful For More Than Security, Research Finds 

Security may be the best-known application of video surveillance, but by no means the only one....

Study Finds Most N.C. Businesses Have Disaster Plans 

Fewer than one in five North Carolina businesses surveyed by AT&T for an annual study have no disaster recovery or continuity plan, and about three-quarters consider business continuity planning a priority....

Fire Safety Program Introduced At Ohio College Campuses 

As the nation turns its attention to fire safety during National Fire Prevention Week, a program to raise the awareness of campus fire safety among students is taking place in Ohio....

Negotiations For 2010 Security Costs Up In The Air 

The release of the security budget for the 2010 Winter Olympics is being held up by cost-sharing negotiations between the federal and provincial governments and one critic says that leaves planners with a blank check for spending....

University Offers Doctorate Degree Program In Strategic Security 

Henley-Putnam University, a university for online higher education in the field of Strategic Security, is the first university to offer a Doctorate Degree Program in Strategic Security....

Network Security Lacking At U.S. Hotels, Study Finds 

Most U.S hotels are vulnerable to malicious attacks and are "ill prepared" to protect their guests from Internet security problems, claims “Hotel Network Security: A Study of Computer Networks in U.S. Hotels,” published by Cornell University....

Schools Need Better Emergency Preparedness; More Funding 

A new survey of school resource officers (SROs) and administrators, revealed almost three-fourths of respondents are not extremely confident in their ability to lock down their school in case of an emergency, citing limited budgets to fund electronic access control technologies as the primary obstacle....

Presidential Debate Security Tight With New Measures 

Hundreds of police officers were on duty Monday afternoon at the Tennessee State Fairgrounds. They were preparing for the arrival of the two presidential candidates, who traveled to Belmont University for the second presidential debate....

U.S. Managed Security Services Market To Grow By Billions 

The U.S. managed security services market was valued at approximately $1.3 billion in 2007, an increase of 19.6 percent over 2006. This figure is expected to increase to $2.8 billion by 2012, representing a compound annual growth rate of 17.2 percent, a new forecast from IDC reveals. ...

Consumers Say Security Software Is Necessary 

A survey from Trend Micro Inc., a provider of Internet content security, found that for most consumers, Internet security software is compulsory, but needed....

University Text Alert System Questioned 

News of the fatal stabbing that left a University of Southern California (USC) student dead has sparked concern over the effectiveness of USC's emergency notification system, TrojansAlert. ...

ASIS Foundation Releases CRISP Report On Lost Laptops 

A lost laptop creates a two-dimensional problem. First, the laptop itself must be recovered or replaced. Second is the prospect that critical information on the company, its plans and its customers could have been lost as well....

Smart Card Alliance Identity Council Makes Announcements 

The Smart Card Alliance Identity Council recently announced new officers and steering committee, last year's accomplishments and upcoming projects....

HID, Dell Take A Logical Step To Convergence 

HID Global, a provider of systems for the delivery of secure identity, is expanding its position within the access control space to include logical access control products and solutions for converged security environments....

ASIS Grants Atlanta High School With Security Funds 

Henry W. Grady High School, located in Midtown Atlanta, has installed a network of surveillance cameras with money awarded to the school by ASIS International, the preeminent organization for security management professionals worldwide....

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