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The lack of information sharing prior to 9/11 surprised and shocked many Americans. As the events of that day unfolded, and the subsequent investigations into the whys and hows revealed weaknesses, the nation quickly learned that information sharing systems were not where they needed to be.
Keep America Beautiful has announced the organizations that have been awarded $2,500 grants through the 2010 Graffiti Hurts Grant Program.
Three service providers have joined forces to provide comprehensive cyber theft prevention, detection, and response mitigation services.
Support for the Open Network Video Interface Forum (ONVIF) standard ensures the 40 new fixed body models integrate with compliant video products from other vendors.
The ASIS Foundation, in partnership with the Brownyard Group, has re-established the W.H. Brownyard Meritorious Award–nominations will be accepted until 8/31/10.
Identity thefts resulting from electronic data breaches are common in the news today. These information breaches, often at the expense of large corporations, are not only newsworthy but are under attack by law enforcement agencies world wide.
This provider of trained security personnel has launched a Strategic Partnership Program to offer clients access to related products and services.
This suspended ceiling system is designed to resist or prevent access to the plenum overhead.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has announced the adoption of the ASIS American National Standard for Organizational Resilience for the DHS’s Private Sector Preparedness (PS-Prep) Program.
A notable, and probably expected, finding is that security is a big factor in choosing where to park.