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Man Attempting to Sell Home Security Services Shoots, Kills San Antonio Homeowner

A man trying to solicit home security services at a San Antonio house shot and killed the homeowner on Saturday, according to San Antonio police.

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In an effort to improve cybersecurity, the U.S. Senate has opened up the debate on a bill that would allow corporations and the government to exchange information that would help one another defend against cyberattacks. The bill is being met with criticism by major technology companies and some senators. SSI Staff · October 22, 2015

Walla Walla Regional Airport in Washington has received an upgrade. Boon Edam installed a revolving door to upgrade airport security and ensure tighter TSA compliance. SSI Staff · October 20, 2015

CIA Director John Brennan and Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson reportedly had their personal E-mail accounts hacked on Monday. Brennan's account has not been used for government business since taking over the position, while Johnson's E-mail had small amounts of information compromised, none of which appearing to be serious. SSI Staff · October 20, 2015

In an effort to clear recreational drones from U.S. skies near airports, federal regulators said on Monday that recreational drone users will have to register their drones with the government. The basic details of the registration system are still being ironed out, according to U.S. officials, but they concluded swift action needed to be taken to counter the surge in sales of the drones that are interfering with air traffic. SSI Staff · October 19, 2015

Just over three weeks after President Barack Obama and President Xi Jinping of China jointly announced a cyber agreement, cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike says the Chinese cyberattacks have not stopped. SSI Staff · October 19, 2015

ASIS San Diego is doing its part to protect local police officers. It has donated $1,000 to the Chula Vista Police Department's body camera program, which will allow police officers to record incidents and crime scenes while on duty with video surveillance cameras. SSI Staff · October 16, 2015

The Los Angeles Police Department is increasing security outside of Dodger Stadium for Thursday night's deciding Game 5 of the National League Divisional Series against the New York Mets after a fan was assaulted on Friday night after the Mets' Game 1 win. SSI Staff · October 15, 2015

The two-level National Terrorism Alert System has never been used in the United States, and the Department of Homeland Security is looking into alerting the public more to increasing terrorist threats against the nation. SSI Staff · October 14, 2015

An internal investigation found that TSA agents were too concerned with getting passengers efficiently through security as opposed to carefully monitoring items and people passing through for airport security threats. SSI Staff · October 14, 2015

Whole Foods has fired a security company used at a store in New Jersey that detained and banned an elderly woman for life from Whole Foods locations in the tri-state area. The woman said she accidentally forgot to pay for her cheese that was hidden under her bag after she checked out of the store. SSI Staff · October 13, 2015


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