Homeland Security drills begin in two cities 

The United States has begun staging mock terrorist attacks in Seattle and Chicago to evaluate preparedness for the real thing. According to the script,...

Kentucky school to examine dorm security after incident 

Students at Western Kentucky University remain concerned about dormitory security after a man allegedly murdered a student in her room and set fire to...

Water treatment plants win security grants vote 

The U.S. House passed a bill last week authorizing $200 million in grants for wastewater treatment plants to improve security against terrorist attacks....

Two ADT executives resign 

Two executives are leaving Tyco International Ltd.'s ADT Security unit. Scott MacArthur, vice president of finance for ADT Security in North America,...

FBI issues alert to nuclear plant operators 

Operators of the nation's nuclear power plants should remain vigilant about suspicious activity that could signal a potential terrorist attack, the FBI...

Identity management a top corporate security concern 

Changing attitudes towards IT security and the anticipated surge in security spending will lead to substantial investment in identity management, according...

Password changes a part of everyday corporate security 

Nearly 75 percent of respondents in a recent Rainbow Technologies survey require end-users to change passwords every 13 weeks. With password changes comes...

Ashcroft hails DHS, but says more work must be done 

Attorney General John Ashcroft said the nation is better protected from terrorism since creation of the Department of Homeland Security, but conceded...

O'Reilly named keynote speaker at GOVSEC 

Bill O'Reilly, host of Fox News Channel's "The O'Reilly Factor," and Westwood One's "The Radio Factor," has been named a keynote speaker at the Second...

TSA trains first class of armed pilots 

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has completed training the first class of commercial airline pilots who volunteered to carry handguns...

RSA study confirms anxiety about identity theft 

Identity theft is second only to the World Trade Center terrorist attacks in terms of its impact on consumer awareness of security issues, according to...

DoD calls for heightened security measures at defense companies 

Defense companies are segregating their non-U.S. citizen employees from the general work force and assigning all foreign nationals and green-card holders...

Ex-Cyber-Security Czar to speak at seminar 

Former White House Cyber Security Czar Richard Clarke will keynote a series of seminars entitled "The Escalating CyberWar: Preventing Catastrophic Damage...

Four companies form Open Security Exchange 

Four security providers have formed the Open Security Exchange, a collaboration to provide vendor-neutral specifications for integrating the management...

A Major League security re-assessment 

Top baseball officials met in Chicago to re-assess security at Major League ballparks following an assault on first base umpire Laz Diaz at Comiskey Park,...

Guard services firm supports legislation for background checks 

Private security firm Guardsmark has called for Congressional enactment of the Private Security Officer Employment Authorization Act of 2003, which would...

Bush proposes legislation for chemical plant security 

The Bush administration is proposing new legislation to improve security standards at chemical plants that will emphasize voluntary compliance. Sen. James...

Homeland security to boost technology spending 

Homeland security priorities will help boost federal technology spending by 8.5 percent through fiscal 2008, according to a market research survey released...

Report: Internet attacks on industry rising quickly 

Security incidents and confirmed Internet attacks rose 84 percent from the third quarter of 2002 to the first quarter of 2003, Internet Security Systems...

Ridge: Military advances in Iraq do not diminish risk of terrorism at home 

The White House will keep an elevated "code orange" security level in place for now, Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge told a congressional committee...

DHS awards urban areas with extra funding 

The Department of Homeland Security, through the Office of Domestic Preparedness, will distribute $100 million in funding to large urban areas. The money,...

Former hacker warns corporations on security flaws 

A convicted computer hacker told lawmakers that many attacks on companies that hold consumer financial information go undetected because of poor security....

Democrats push for more Homeland Security money 

Democratic governors have urged President Bush and Republicans who control Congress to free up more money to fight terror threats in the United States,...

ISC-East to undergo face-lift, name change 

Reed Exhibitions, producers of the ISC events, and SIA (Security Industry Association), the shows' sponsor, have announced the debut of the National Summit...

Incident raises profile of school security in Detroit 

Concerned parents are looking for answers after a student accidentally shot himself with a gun that made its way past the school's metal detectors, a...

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