10/26/2009 - The government body that regulates South Africa's private security industry is re-vetting everyone in their databases to weed out security professionals and companies that have a criminal record, reports the Independent Online.
10/23/2009 - Some London neighborhoods are set to look a little more like Northern Ireland as elite paramilitary police hit the streets of specific neighborhoods marked by high levels of gang-related violence, reports The Telegraph.
10/22/2009 - The Dutch government on Tuesday told representatives from U.S. security companies that it's open for business and offered a new initiative to help them succeed in the Dutch and European marketplace.
10/22/2009 - The Pakistani government has closed the country's schools to protect educational institutions after twin suicide bombings ripped through the International Islamic University (IIU) earlier this week.
07/27/2009 - The discovery that a self-radicalized man from Long Island, New York, traveled to Pakistan to fight with al Qaeda has raised concerns among counterterrorism officials that other self-radicalized militants could follow a similar path, reports the Los Angeles Times.
03/24/2009 - Terrorism, piracy, corruption, and drug-fueled violence were the top overseas security threats to America’s private sector in 2008, according to the State Department’s Overseas Security Advisory Council.