Flight Schools: A Continuing Risk? 

Beth Wade

Emerging from a public relations tailspin, America's flight schools are taking steps to shore up their security - and keep it out of the headlines...

Exposing Hostile Intent 

Michael Fickes

What can we learn from Ben Gurion Airport in Israel to help push aviation security in the U.S. to the next level? No airport in the world faces terrorist...

TWIC Pilots Launched For Airport, Seaport Access Control 

Jacqueline Emigh

Through a federally-led public/private partnership, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is evaluating the use of five different card technologies...

Association bundles building door locking standards 

The Builders Hardware Manufacturers Association (BHMA) has made its 12 different ANSI/BHMA standards related to the locking of doors available in a bundled...

Passenger Ferries Could Be Prime Terrorist Targets 

Paul Rothman

Large passenger ferries, such as the ones that carry citizens between Manhattan and Staten Island, N.Y., pose the greatest risk of terrorism in maritime...

Visitors CANPASS at Vancouver International 

The Canada Customs and Revenue Agency (CCRA) has officially launched CANPASS, an air program for travelers at Vancouver International Airport. CANPASS...

Mall owners look for European anti-terrorism help 

Just before Christmas in 1983, a car bomb detonated outside London's Harrod's department store. Within minutes, trained department store personnel led...

TSA to go off duty in LaGuardia 

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has removed all government security screeners from LaGuardia International Airport in New York from the...

Survey: Security a top priority among business execs 

Nearly 88 percent of senior business executives rate security as a top or high priority for their companies, according to a recent survey sponsored by...

Capitol police to change policies after toy gun incident 

After a toy gun made it through a security checkpoint last week at the U.S. Capitol, the chief of the Capitol Hill police says he will revamp screening...

Customs turns to technology for shipping containers 

The U.S. customs chief Robert Bonner has unveiled a new voluntary program to increase security of transportation shipping containers, promising faster...

DHS prepares to implement US-VISIT 

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security is prepared to implement US-VISIT, a method of tracking and processing foreign visitors to the U.S., which should...

Security exec calls for greater employee involvement in security 

To ensure business continuity in the face of a growing volume and range of threats, Ron Moritz, senior vice president and chief security strategist for...

Final maritime security regulations released 

The Coast Guard and the Department of Homeland Security have published their final maritime security requirements to replace temporary rules issued in...

Flight attendants lament lack of training, poor security 

Flight attendants are no better prepared to stop a terrorist than they were on Sept. 11 2001, because the Transportation Security Administration (TSA)...

Consortium begins school cyber-security initiative 

The Consortium for School Networking has launched the "Cyber-Security for the Digital District" initiative, designed to provide education technology leaders...

New ID cards aimed at expediting security screening 

A new venture to distribute identity cards to allow people to speed through fast lanes at airport, office building and sports arena security checkpoints...

Olympics organizers to test security system 

A high-tech security system for the 2004 Olympics will be tested by the end of this year, according to The Associated Press. The exercise is expected...

Shoplifting, employee theft produce staggering statistics 

More than $4.7 billion was lost to shoplifting and employee theft in just 25 U.S. retail companies in 2002, with only 2.43 percent of those losses resulting...

Box cutter incident puts airport security under microscope 

On Thursday night, Southwest Airlines maintenance workers found small plastic bags containing box cutters, bleach, matches and modeling clay in lavatory...

Report: Worldwide corporate security still at risk 

Corporate security worldwide is still at risk despite painful lessons learned from terrorism, the SARS epidemic and countless virus and hacker attacks,...

Federal study finds security flaws at NY bio facility 

Security designed to protect against the theft of animal diseases that could be used by terrorists is "incomplete and limited," according to a General...

ASIS event draws increased exhibitors 

The ASIS International 49th Annual Seminar and Exhibits, held in New Orleans Sept. 15-18, attracted a record 812 exhibitors -- up 12 percent from 2002....

Security taking shape for Democratic Convention 

Authorities have compared it to the Olympics and the Super Bowl -- because planning security for the Democratic National Convention in Boston next July...

Report: Employee awareness is key to security efforts 

Seventy-five percent of organizations find lack of user awareness hurts overall security program effectiveness, according to a report from the Meta Group,...

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