SSI commemorates the 20th anniversary of the singular event that changed the course of U.S. history and the electronic security industry. Suppliers, integrators and others examine 9/11’s impacts, from technology advances to challenges with deploying mandated solutions.
The SAFETY Act is reference to the Department of Homeland Security’s Support Anti-Terrorism by Fostering Effective Technologies Act of 2002.
The NFL championship, played under unprecedented threat conditions, will be secured by some 70 local, state and federal agencies.
The company’s AirWarden solution is said to detect RF drone signals, locates both drone and pilot, and alerts appropriate personnel.
The certification places Ameristar’s active and passive anti-ram barriers on the “Approved Product list for Homeland Security.”
With key technology integrations, SDS shot detections will automate critical emergency actions to reduce response time to active shooter incidents.
The featured presenters include members of the security and public safety industry who are well known for their widely-respected accomplishments.
Federal authorities set up no-fly and no-drone zones to secure the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta ahead of Sunday’s big game.
People are not happy about the facial recognition program, which is designed to capture the faces of “people of interest.”
The DHS report warns of nation-states that continue to present a considerable cyber threat. However, non-state actors are emerging as well with capabilities that match those of sophisticated nation-states.