Searching for answers in the rubble 

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

Software takes guesswork out of emergency planning 

JENNIFER PERO

A software program that simulates nuclear and chemical leaks and airborne biological agents can help guide officials in emergency preparedness planning....

Searching for answers in the rubble 

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

Where the money flows: Into security initiatives at all levels 

From staff reports

Government money is pouring into the security arena. President Bush has proposed more than $37.7 billion for Homeland Security in 2003, some of which...

Equipment at a discount: Fed program offers assistance 

From staff reports

A federal program allowing state and local governments to buy law enforcement equipment at a discount is largely underutilized — only 15 states had made...

ID cards unlock biometric measurements 

LARRY ANDERSON

Multiple biometric measurements — including facial recognition, voiceprint analysis and even fingerprints or iris scans — are stored in a secured database....

Technology's role against terrorism 

From staff reports

The information technology revolution that transformed our economy has also given us the tools, infrastructure and commercial capabilities to make domestic...

ID cards unlock biometric measurements 

By LARRY ANDERSON

Multiple biometric measurements — including facial recognition, voiceprint analysis and even fingerprints or iris scans — are stored in a secured database....

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....

Can Tom Ridge make a difference? 

By KATE HENRY

No sooner had Pennsylvania Governor Tom Ridge returned to his office following his appointment as the first head of the newly established Homeland Security...

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Siemens' Security Division outlook 

Mark Landis, president of Siemens' North American Security Division, and senior vice president Steve E. Walin discuss the growing security market in the post-Sept. 11 world, and Siemens' role in it....

Setting priorities to protect the nation's infrastructure 

PAUL ROTHMAN

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Passport security increasing for Americans overseas 

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

Photo ID and Beyond: Washington State’s Department of Social and Human Services is taking steps to avert attack 

By JACQUELINE EMIGH

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Government recruiting airport screeners 

The federal government is recruiting passenger screeners for six airports: Anchorage, Alaska; Baltimore-Washington; Grand Rapids, Mich.; Louisville, Ky.;...

Boston Marathon to see increased measures 

Organizers and law enforcement officials have promised a safe day for runners and spectators at the April 15 Boston Marathon. Along with 1,500 police...

Survey: Corporations, government still vulnerable to cyber-attack 

Sixty-four percent of large corporations and government agencies have acknowledged financial losses stemming from computer security breaches, according...

FBI releases report on internal security problems 

A report issued by the Commission for the Review of FBI Security Programs reveals significant deficiencies stemming from what the report calls "a pervasive...

Survey: Security costs mounting for water agencies 

A recent survey by the Association of California Water Agencies (ACWA) found that water agencies serving the biggest state populations have spent well...

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...

SIA creates Homeland Security Advisory Council 

The Security Industry Association (SIA) has formed the SIA Homeland Security Advisory Council, chaired by Peter Michel, former CEO of Brinks Home Security....

InVision gets another large order from TSA 

The Transportation Security Adminstration (TSA) of the U.S. Department of Transportation has ordered an additional $148.6 million in explosives detection...

Zebra's acquisition of Fargo Electronics falls through 

Zebra Technologies Corp., Vernon Hills, Ill., and Fargo Electronics Inc., Eden Prairie, Minn., have agreed to back out of a proposed $86 million merger...

FBI to alter its cyber security unit 

FBI Director Robert Mueller is expected to make a formal decision on the future of the National Infrastructure Protection Center (NIPC) as early as this...

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