Smartphones today are with us everywhere… including the workplace and classified meetings. And therein lies the problem explains Chris Risley, CEO at Bastille Networks. Cell phones infected with spyware show no signs of compromise, giving attackers complete access to email, even encrypted email and messages, plain text messages, photographs, videos, recordings, locations, and notes stored on the phone.

I Spy With My Little… Phone? Yes, It Can Happen to You.

Guest OpEd by Chris Risley, CEO at Bastille Networks The recent revelations surrounding the Pegasus Spyware and its ability to compromise mobile phones should have all government agencies and commercial enterprises on...

Vehicle Crash Barriers to Protect POTUS Inaug Against Terror Threats

Delta Scientific, the leading manufacturer of counter-terrorist vehicle control systems used in the United States, has received an order for 20 Delta MP5000 mobile deployable vehicle crash barriers from the Secret Service. The MP5000 units...
Apple products, including iPhones, have been vulnerable since at least last February according to internet security watchdog group Citizen Lab, underscoring the fact that no smartphone can be completely trusted.

Apple Security Fix: Urging Immediate iOS Update for iPhones & iPads

Israel-based cyber surveillance company NSO Group has developed a tool to break into Apple iPhones, utilizing a never-before-seen technique that has been in place since last February, according to internet security...

FLIR Launches GFx320 OGI Camera for Potentially Explosive Sites (Video)

The Safest Way to ‘See’ Methane Leaks FLIR Systems, a record setting Four Time Winner of the 2016 'ASTORS' Homeland Security Awards Program, has launched the new FLIR GFx320, an optical gas imaging...
From real-time alerts to long-term trends, the insights that can be gleaned from video analytics are invaluable to law enforcement agencies and a crucial tool for speeding the investigation process, saving valuable time and resources.

Video Content Analytics: A Force Multiplier to Accelerate Investigations

Guest Editorial by Stephanie Weagle, CMO at BriefCam Video surveillance has long been a necessary tool for law enforcement to keep communities safe and reduce crime. Yet sifting through hundreds of hours...

Dynamis COBRA Leveraged During Trump’s Inauguration

The COBRA incident management software by Dynamis, was successfully deployed by multiple public safety organizations in Washington, DC during the Inauguration of President Donald Trump on January 20, as well as...
Security leaders should assess their organization’s security needs so that they can invest in the best technology to empower executive protection teams. RaySecur mmWave scanners have 10× greater sensitivity than the mmWave tech used by the U.S. government in airports.

The Importance of Physical Security to Safeguard Your Cybersecurity

Guest Editorial by Will Plummer, CSO, RaySecur A growing number of cyberattacks, especially ransomware, have organizations across every industry wondering if they will be next. Hackers don’t discriminate as food plants, gas pipelines,...

JGO Clears Over 440K Landmines & IEDs in 2016 (See Video)

In 2016, Janus Global Operations (JGO), recovered or destroyed 440,736 landmines and other items of unexploded ordnance JGO discovered during projects it executed in multiple countries and conflict areas. The company cleared...

Drones Have Rescued at Least 59 People from Life-Threatening Danger

DJI has released the first-ever survey of lifesaving drone activity, finding that drones have rescued at least 59 people from life-threatening conditions in 18 separate incidents around the globe. More than one-third of...

Can Analytics Help Disrupt Vicious Cycles of Drugs, Child Abuse & Crime?

The tragic patterns of child abuse, opioid addiction and other crimes are also the key to conquering them. Organizations armed with SAS® Visual Investigator can uncover hidden trends and behaviors that flag...