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Thanks to this drone, a family's stolen boat is back in its rightful place despite thieves taking it earlier. Stephen Sellner · July 21, 2016

When can audio be recorded? When is it considered eavesdropping? Ken Kirschenbaum · July 20, 2016

The TSA said last week that 55-60 automated screening lanes will be installed by the end of the year at some of the nation's largest airports to help improve the flow of traffic through airport security checkpoints. Stephen Sellner · July 19, 2016

Cleveland has received $49.9 million from the federal government for Republican National Convention security. Currently there is no credible threat against the GOP convention, Cleveland Mayor Frank Johnson says. Stephen Sellner · July 18, 2016

SSI has put together a list of some of the latest product releases. Companies featured in the list include DMP, BCDVideo, Axis Communications, March Networks and Tyco Security Products. SSI Staff · July 13, 2016

Police officers and firefighters in Rio de Janeiro are telling visitors that the city is not safe for the Olympics and claim they have not been paid in months. Stephen Sellner · July 05, 2016

Join Security Sales & Integration for this FREE hour-long Webinar Sept. 1 offering an analysis of today’s commercial security landscape, as well as a walk-through of noteworthy exhibitors and sessions at this year’s ASIS Seminar and Exhibits event Sept. 12-15 in Orlando, Fla. July 01, 2016

As travelers get ready to fly this Fourth of July weekend, they should allot more time to get through airport security. The attacks at the Istanbul airport this week have prompted a tighter security presence. Stephen Sellner · June 30, 2016

An ADT scammer duped a man in Alabama into signing a new contract with a security company. The man thought he was receiving an upgrade to his ADT home security system. Stephen Sellner · June 30, 2016

The Istanbul airport attacks killed at least 42 and injured at least 230. Are U.S. airports equipped to prevent against this type of attack? What security measures need to be implemented to mitigate the risks? Stephen Sellner · June 30, 2016




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