He said, “If the old competitive landscape could be compared to a placid river upon which giant barges had right of way, think of this new disruptive and unpredictable competitive environment as white water rapids, which are better suited to small and nimble kayaks that can maneuver between the shifting currents.” - Anand Mahindra, CEO of the Mahndra Group

Being a Kayak in a Troubled Sea

Guest OpEd by Doug Haines, MPSE Flexibility or adaptability are a must in today’s society. Whether you’re part of a large organization or a small business owner, it’s the survival of the fittest...
As attacks have grown in complexity, the need for defenders to employ effective automation has also increased, and cybersecurity teams have sought to respond accordingly by investing in tools that help eliminate the manual work associated with incident detection, analysis, and response.

Using Advanced Threat Detection to Enhance Security Orchestration, Automation and Response

Guest Editorial by Carolyn Crandall, Chief Deception Officer at Attivo Networks, a Returning Premier Sponsor for 2020 'ASTORS' Awards Cybercrime is always evolving, and as technology becomes more advanced, so too do...

ShotSpotter Missions to Compete in 2020 ‘ASTORS’ Awards Program

ShotSpotter®, a Twice Recognized Winner in the Annual 'ASTORS' Homeland Security Awards Program, having had the company's Gunshot Detection System Nominated in the 2020 'ASTORS' Awards Program, is pleased to announce...
It's been a violent year so far in Minneapolis - 288 people shot along with 41 homicides, nearly doubling the number of homicides last year.

Surging Crime in Minneapolis – Police Offers Tips to Stay Safe (Multi-Video)

August 3, 2020 - Breaking News - DailyMail Minneapolis police has advised people to give up their purses and cellphones if they are attacked as the city battles a surge in violent...
Pfc. Brandon Scott Rosecrans, 27, was killed in May by a 28-year-old man from Killeen, Texas, according to police.

Texas Man Charged with Murder in Death of Fort Hood Soldier

August 9, 2020 – In Breaking News – NEW YORK POST A 28-year old man has been charged with murder nearly three months after the body of US Army Pfc. Brandon Rosecrans...
With SOS activated gates, critical moments are saved in reaching emergency events, and saving lives.

SOS Emergency Gate Access Sensors Return to Compete in 2020 ‘ASTORS’

Siren-Operated Sensors (SOS), a Platinum Award Winner in Three Consecutive 'ASTORS' Homeland Security Awards Programs, is pleased to announce the company's newest product has been nominated to compete in the 2020...
Regroup Mass Notification

Necessary in Emergencies, Useful Every Day- Regroup Mass Notification

As the COVID-19 crisis shifts and continues around the country, municipalities are finding communicating with their communities — from employees working remotely to citizens needing information — as essential as ever. Mass notification...
Naval Air Crewman 2nd Class Joseph Rivera, a search and rescue swimmer looking out of a US Navy MH-60 Seahawk, helped conduct the search and rescue relief operations. (Courtesy of 15th MEU by Lance Cpl. Mackenzie Binion and Twitter)

Missing Marines, Sailor Presumed Dead: Search Ends (Multi-Video)

After an extensive 40-hour search the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU) I Marine Expeditionary force, and the Makin Island Amphibious Ready Group (ARG) have concluded their search and rescue operation for...
At least 20 deputies from the US Marshals Service have been injured, suffering cuts and concussions, over more than two months of guarding the Mark O. Hatfield Federal Courthouse.

US Marshals Hurt by Homemade Weapons in Portland Attacks

August 1, 2020 – In Breaking News – NEW YORK POST Bricks, batteries, frozen water bottles, sling shots with ball bearings and even feces were among the homemade weapons thrown at a...
Detect and localize radiation sources generated by manmade devices such as nuclear weapons, improvised nuclear devices (INDs) or radiological dispersal devices (RDDs) with the Thermo Scientific™ RadEye™ PRD for border guards, customs agents, special forces and counter terrorism teams to outfit them with high-performance detection for any scenario.

Improved & Redesigned Wearable RAD Detectors for First Responders

For first responders across the nation, particularly those in the fields of chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and explosives (CBRNE), the ability to quickly assess a scene to determine if harmful elements,...