NEWS & ANALYSIS

Morning Security Brief: Missing Olympic Keys, Private Airport Security, Nuclear Site Security, and More

A set of keys goes missing at the Olympics. Sacramento mulls private airport security. Three people break into a U.S. nuclear site. And more.

Agencies Release Guidance for Mass Casualty Events

A 170-page guide provides a template for emergency responders to build plans to prepare and react for mass casualty events.

G4S May Not Meet Its Olympic Security Commitments

A staffing blunder by security giant G4S could mean that British troops will have to make up the difference when the Summer Olympic Games begin at the end of the month in London.

Olympic Missile Plan Approved

The British military has been given permission to deploy a missile battery atop an apartment building during the upcoming Summer Olympics in London.

Morning Security Brief: Microsoft’s Greece Headquarters Attacked, CDC Security Lapses, Major FBI Bust, and More

Suspected anarchists launch a brazen attack on Microsoft headquarters in Greece. E-mails tell of security breaches at a CDC infectious disease lab. The FBI busts 24 people in its largest operation against credit card fraud. And more.

London Tells Hooligans to Turn in their Passports Ahead of Euro 2012

The London Metropolitan Police are planning house calls to designated “football hooligans” who haven’t turned in their passports ahead of Euro 2012.

Olympic Security Praise from NYPD Chief

NYPD chief Raymond Kelly said today that he is impressed with London's security planning for the 2012 Summer Olympics.

G8 and G20 Summits Yield Close Calls, Constitutional Controversy

The latest G8 and G20 global economic summits wrapped up in Toronto and nearby Huntsville, Ontario, Canada over the weekend, amid the largest mass arrests in the country's history, and the troubling revelation that two protesters were caught emerging from a city manhole, according to press reports.

Riot Police Clash with Protesting Private Security Guards After World Cup Match

Riot police shot tear gas and rubber bullets at private security guards protesting low wages just outside a World Cup stadium in Durban, South Africa, this morning.

South Africa, Security Pros Ready Themselves for the World Cup

South Africa has geared up for this month's World Cup. Security professionals protecting VIPs have too.
 




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