On March 31, Governor Andrew Cuomo took a breather from his “troubles” and signed the Marihuana Regulation and Taxation Act of 2021. New York now joins its neighbors Massachusetts, Vermont, and New Jersey in allowing recreational cannabis for use by adults 21 years old and older. Citing “social justice” as a driving force, the governor’s […]
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With more than 2,000 estimated growing facilities in the U.S., and with 5 times more employees than the coal industry, the cannabis (Marijuana) business is booming. Thirty-four states, along with the District of Columbia (D.C.), have medical marijuana statutes on the books. In addition, 10 states and D.C. have also approved it for recreational use, […]
While some security companies specialize in selling and installing specific equipment or certain brands, and security consulting companies provide information to their clients about potential equipment solutions from other sources, security integrators try to bring their expertise both with advice, installation, and equipment.
A server containing a staggering 24-plus million financial documents collected over more than a decade was discovered to be hemorrhaging data. The documents contained some of the most sensitive personal information possible: financial and banking information relating to mortgages and loans written by several banks in the United States. A data breach of this scale […]
A recent article in the Wall Street Journal exposes just how insecure free e-mail services like GMail, Yahoo, and AOL are. In fact, what the article demonstrates is that if you are a business that is required to protect personal information and you are using GMail or one of these services to conduct business, then […]
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?
In what sounds like a chilling repeat of reports from years past, recent Department of Homeland Security (DHS) inspection audits of its Transportation Security Administration (TSA) interdiction functions at our nation’s airports suggest TSA agents at the X-ray stations are still not discovering all of the test guns and bomb parts being sent through.
A project is under way in Long Beach, New York, and police plan to have surveillance cameras installed along the popular ocean boardwalk by the end of the summer. The city is also expanding its license plate reader program.