Congress is extending the statute known as Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) Amendments Act that permits the government to collect without a warrant, the e-mails and other communications of foreigners abroad from American firms, like Google, AT&T, and Facebook.
Category: Emerging Issues in Security
Security is constantly evolving, and it’s important for professionals to stay up to date. We provide the latest news, opinions, trends, case studies, strategies, and legislative and regulatory developments that could have an impact on the field.
Security Robots will likely change the role of a traditional uniformed security officer. Growing adoption and advancements in robotics technology for unmanned system solutions puts robots at the top of the list as a 2018 Security Industry Disruptor.
The need for continuous protection across all areas of attack is bringing together information technology (IT), physical security, and cybersecurity working as one team. By using security systems, integrated network electronic technology is proving to be a valuable tool in business operations as well.
Led by video surveillance, cloud-based security technology is gaining popularity based on substantial economies of scale and lower cost of ownership. Cloud services bring on-demand deployment and enable users to become more adaptable to change.
The House recently passed H.R. 38, known as the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Bill. It has moved over to the Senate and awaits a vote there. It is likely to pass and President Donald Trump has said in the past that he would sign it. What will this mean for employers?
The new year brings new security concerns, some of which are just different variations on a similar concern. Despite massive federal, state, and local law enforcement, intelligence gathering, and surveillance efforts, lone wolf mass attackers and cybercriminals continue to plague our nation.
The idea that the world is getting more dangerous and the corporate world is getting more complex suggests new security trends and protection challenges for internal and external security practitioners and professionals in the new year.
Olav Ofstad’s new book, Surviving Kidnappers: Precautions, Influence, Strategic Tools, addresses a security issue that is unlikely in the United States but quite possible in many third-world countries, including Mexico, Latin America, Africa, and parts of the Middle East, chaotic parts of eastern Europe, and Russia.
From the donation and installation of a comprehensive video surveillance solution to charitable contributions, the industry embraces the responsibility of social initiatives to give back.
With proven solutions helping to eliminate obstacles in the growth of the market, the outlook is positive for security technology investments. The integration and interoperability of security systems remain a major focus of attention. Giving an up-close view into the products and services offered by the security technology industry shows their value in a clear […]