Government to curb spending on explosives detection 

The Bush administration has restructured its spending on airport security, reducing plans to spend $1 million each on explosives detection machines and...

Brookings study analyzes Homeland security 

A team of Brookings Institution scholars will release a comprehensive strategy to address the challenges of Homeland security today. They identify a number...

More from Tom Ridge... 

Homeland Security Director Tom Ridge's latest speech, given to a conference held for the Electronic Industries Alliance, outlines how the technology industry...

Using smart cards to secure networks 

New reports released by the Smart Card Alliance's Digital Security Initiative indicate that smart card technology is becoming integrated into leading...

Biometric firm responds to Border Security Bill 

In response to the passage of the Enhanced Border Security and Visa Reform Act, Visionics Corp., Jersey City, N.J., has announced a framework for the...

Border Security Bill passes in Senate 

The U.S. Senate has approved President Bush's Border Security Bill -- which, among other provisions, will require the issuance of travel documents with...

Poll: Americans want DMV loopholes closed 

A recent national poll reveals the American public overwhelmingly favors cooperative state and federal efforts to close one of the biggest loopholes in...

ASIS, TCB to examine security changes, costs 

The American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS) has established a partnership with The Conference Board (TCB), a research and business membership...

Can suicide bombers strike in the U.S.? 

Charles Slepian, CEO of the Foreseeable Risk Analysis Center, Tigard, Ore., says there is a significant risk of suicide bombers striking airport concourses...

Oregon airports get grant money 

U.S. Department of Transportation secretary Norman Y. Mineta has announced $23 million in federal grants have been awarded to airports in Oregon. Portland...

TSA contemplates airline staff IDs 

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is developing plans to supply all pilots, maintenance workers and others who enter secure airport areas...

Mayors ask for further federal assistance 

Baltimore Mayor Martin O'Malley told the Senate Committee on Appropriations that America's cities need federal assistance to cover rising security costs....

In the words of Tom Ridge... 

The following are excerpted remarks of Homeland Security Director Tom Ridge to the American Society of Newspaper Editors. "Civilization itself is under...

Tyco unveils firefighter tracking system 

Scott Health & Safety, Monroe, N.C., a business unit of Tyco International Ltd., Boca Raton, Fla., will introduce a firefighter tracking system at this...

Airport security costs skyrocket 

Congressional and aviation industry officials say the money spent on airport security upgrades in 2002 could cost more than triple the budgeted amount. The estimated cost of the security upgrades could reach $6 billion....

Government recruiting airport screeners 

The federal government is recruiting passenger screeners for six airports......

Fighting terrorism: What governors and mayors should do 

JENNIFER PERO

Governors and mayors should be placing terrorism on the higher end of the disaster management and overall state planning spectrum, suggests the Executive...

Passport security to increase for Americans overseas 

Americans living abroad will be furnished with a new passport incorporating a digitized image of the holder and other security features......

Airports wait to make room for machines 

With a year-end deadline for the installation of explosives detection machines at all airports looming, some airports are waiting for a go-ahead on renovation efforts to make room for the machines......

SIA creates Homeland Security council 

The Security Industry Association (SIA) has formed the SIA Homeland Security Advisory Council......

Camera network earmarked for National Mall 

CCTV cameras are to be installed and constantly monitored at all major monuments on the Washington D.C. National Mall......

Camera network earmarked for National Mall 

CCTV cameras are to be installed and constantly monitored at all major monuments on the Washington D.C. National Mall......

Camera network earmarked for National Mall 

CCTV cameras are to be installed and constantly monitored at all major monuments on the Washington D.C. National Mall......

Detection technology exploding 

PAUL ROTHMAN

With terrorist awareness at an all-time high, government security experts are searching for the state-of-the-art in bomb detection technology. From airports...

The search for answers in the rubble of the Twin Towers 

PAUL ROTHMAN

The crumbled remains of the World Trade Center hold clues about how to enhance fire safety, structural engineering and security for present and future...

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