U.S. nuclear labs facing another review 

Worries about missing keys and other security lapses at some of the nation's top-secret nuclear weapons labs have prompted the federal agency that maintains...

Airport security chiefs removed from duty 

Two Transportation Security Administration-appointed airport security chiefs have been removed from duty since Jan. 1, both being placed on administrative...

Security Hot Spots: Parking Lots 

CORRECTION: 2004 WALL CALENDAR - CLICK HERE 

There was a mistake on the print version of the 2004 Industry Calendar distributed along with the December 2003 issue of Access Control & Security Systems....

Editorial Submission Guidelines 

ACCESS CONTROL & SECURITY SYSTEMS EDITORIAL GUIDELINES Now more than ever, commercial, industrial, institutional and governmental facilities are looking...

Honoring Excellence 

The Access Control & Security Systems New Product of the Year Award was established to honor excellence in new product development in the security industry....

ASTM calls for white papers on building security 

ASTM International, a standards development firm, is calling for submissions for its "Symposium on Building Security in an Age of Terrorism," sponsored...

High alert for the holidays 

Homeland Security secretary Tom Ridge on Monday urged people to "just go about your business" despite the decision to raise the national terror-attack...

NEMA releases new standard for exit sign visibility 

The Emergency Lighting Section of NEMA, the National Electrical Manufacturers Association, has released EM 1-2002, Exit Sign Visibility Testing and Requirements...

Industry growth may prompt future investment in security 

After growing nearly 7 percent per year from 1996 to 2001, the global security industry is expected to grow at a rate of approximately 8.5 percent annually...

An Emergency Discussion With Richard Andrews 

Michael Fickes

An expert on crisis and emergency management, Richard Andrews contends that government and private industry must do a better job of coordinating public and private emergency responses....

ATFP For Beginners 

Roger B. Hutchins, CPP

Heard about “ATFP” lately? For those who work in the government sector — especially those working at the Department of Defense (DoD) or related government facilities — Anti-terrorism / Force Protection, or ATFP, is a popular topic, and it deserves the attention. A solid understanding of ATFP concepts and strategies is a must for those who share an interest in the DoD environment — regardless of rank or position....

Full Contactless 

Jeremy Zimmerman

The U.S. Department of the Interior has undergone a 10-year process to implement enterprise-wide technology, including contactless smart cards....

Security Through Secrecy 

Beth Wade

Are we safer because we are secret? In a growing number of states, legislators are answering “Yes.” Since Sept. 11, 2001, 39 states have expanded or amended open meetings and public records laws, limiting public access to security-related information. It is an exercise that pits public safety against the public right to know, and it challenges lawmakers to weigh intent against consequence....

ASIS: Legislative win for workplace investigations 

ASIS International achieved what it calls the most significant legislative victory in its 49-year history when President Bush signed into law a bill reauthorizing...

2003 New Product of the Year contest 

Click below to be forwarded to the ACCESS CONTROL & SECURITY SYSTEMS 2003 NEW PRODUCT OF THE YEAR contest Web site. 2003 New Product of the Year contest...

Woman gets settlement because of security 

A New York jury has ordered Lord & Taylor Inc. to pay $350,000 in damages after finding that the department store's security guards used excessive force...

Kerik to keynote ISC West 

On Sept. 11, 2001, Bernard B. Kerik was at the World Trade Center's twin towers within minutes after two planes collided into them. Kerik's first-hand...

Our Panel of Industry Experts 

Entries into the New Product of the Year competition are judged by a panel of industry professionals and experts selected by the Access Control & Security...

Los Alamos lab suffers another security lapse 

Los Alamos National Laboratory is facing yet another embarrassing security lapse involving the loss of electronic storage devices. Officials say they...

Our Panel of Industry Experts 

Entries into the New Product of the Year competition are judged by a panel of industry professionals and experts selected by the Access Control & Security...

Honoring Excellence 

The Access Control & Security Systems New Product of the Year Award was established to honor excellence in new product development in the security industry....

Honoring Excellence 

The Access Control & Security Systems New Product of the Year Award was established to honor excellence in new product development in the security industry....

Honoring Excellence 

The Access Control & Security Systems New Product of the Year Award was established to honor excellence in new product development in the security industry....

Honoring Excellence 

The Access Control & Security Systems New Product of the Year Award was established to honor excellence in new product development in the security industry....

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