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4 Types of Riots: Keys to Quickly Regaining Control (Multi-Video)

Guest editorial by Joel McNelly, Police Commander specializing in Intelligence, Investigations, Physical Security, Risk Assessment, and Leadership Riots are an interesting phenomenon. Contrary to popular belief, they are not all the same. From spontaneous...
TiniFiber® is designed to overcome the challenges of the growing need of micro armored fiber optic solutions at airports to ensure security for all passengers.

TiniFiber Competes in 2018 ‘ASTORS’ Homeland Security Awards (Video)

TiniFiber is pleased to announce the company's Micro Armor Fiber™ has been nominated to compete in the 2018 'ASTORS' Homeland Security Awards Program. Airports are sensitive to targets from terrorism, security breach and...
Last year’s fatal shooting of a doctor at Bronx-Lebanon Hospitals Center put the program on the fast track, said former NYPD Detective Scott Strauss, Northwell’s assistant VP of corporate security. (Courtesy of YouTube)

Hospital Security: To Arm, Or Not to Arm (Learn More, Multi-Video)

Guest Editorial by Thomas Egan, Director of Security and Hospital Police, NYC Health + Hospitals and a 2017 'ASTORS' Homeland Security Award Winner Northwell Health will now have armed guards or armed police...
The American Border Patrol (ABP) recently demonstrated SEIDARM Counter-UAS Border Technology for U.S. Senate Candidates

US Not Prepared for Growing Border Drone Threats (Learn More, Videos)

American Border Patrol (ABP) demonstrated an electronic border security system for U.S. Senate candidates on Saturday, July 7th, at the American Border Patrol Test Range in Hereford, Arizona, which is on the Arizona/Mexico border. The American Border Patrol is...
Rather than encourage thoughtful discussion the cartoon was offensive to its directed audience; law enforcement and communities of color.

Law Enforcement & Comm Leaders on Offensive APP.com Cartoon

On June 28, 2018, the Asbury Park Press published a cartoon in its editorial section that was clearly a poor attempt at political satire. Rather than encourage thoughtful discussion the cartoon was...
On April 17, 2013, an ammonium nitrate explosion occurred at the West Fertilizer Company storage and distribution facility in West, Texas, eighteen miles north of Waco, while emergency services personnel were responding to a fire at the facility. Fifteen people were killed, more than 160 injured, and more than 150 buildings damaged or destroyed. On May 11, 2016, the ATF stated that the fire had been deliberately set.

Congressional Action Needed to Renew Effective CFATS Program

By Dave Wulf, Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary for the Office of Infrastructure Protection Five years ago, a fire broke out at a small fertilizer plant in the town of West, Texas, sending local...
The NATO Allied Command Transformation (ACT) Multiple Futures Project (MFP) highlighted the scale and complexity of conventional and non-conventional future threats facing NATO, which includes deterring nuclear attacks. (Courtesy of NATO)

Countering Hybrid Threats in the Maritime Environment (Multi-Video)

By Chris Kremidas-Courtney, Center for International Maritime Security (CIMSEC) Introduction: Hybrid Threats Today, there are state and non-state actors challenging nations, institutions, and private companies through a wide range of overt and covert activities targeted...
The foreign fighter phenomenon (FFP) (Courtesy of YouTube)

The Foreign Fighter Phenomenon (FFP), (Learn More, Multi-Video)

James Welch Ph.D. (c) Leiden University The foreign fighter phenomenon (FFP), has been the center of attention for many national security and intelligence agencies. It has been a prime area of focus for...

Active Shooters: An Evolving Threat Requires an Updated Solution

Guest Editorial by Ben Aubin, Security Specialist I. Summary With an increase in active shooter incidents comes the inevitable evolution in the shootings themselves. Unfortunately, while active shooter incidents remain fluid and dynamic the...
OSINT, the collection and analysis of publicly available data in an intelligence context, remains the most overlooked and underutilized tool in the security tool box.

Hiding in Plain Sight: Open Source Intel & The Security Professional

Guest Editorial By Frank Figliuzzi, COO of ETS Risk Management, Inc. and former FBI Assistant Director for counterintelligence If security leaders would use social media as much in their professional lives as they do in...