International: Homeland Security
07/26/2012 - Surface transportation systems remain a target for terrorists, leading researchers to study such attacks to determine which deterrents are most successful.
International: IT Security
06/15/2012 - As the European Union works toward revising the 1995 rules, companies may want to get a head start on implementing some provisions.
05/17/2012 - Government corruption, gangs, and terrorism are among the challenges facing Nigeria and threatening its stability.
03/21/2012 - To get companies to take corruption charges more seriously, the U.S. is now going beyond fines to individual prosecutions.
02/28/2012 - Companies should have their own anticorruption policies when going into highly corrupt nations to do business.
International: Maritime Security
02/27/2012 - Nearly two years after a U.S. law was passed to improve reporting and investigating of crimes committed on cruise ships, there’s uncertainty among former victims about whether the implementation of the legislation is living up to their expectations.
01/23/2012 - Dissident Republican terror groups want to plunge Northern Ireland back into the violence of yesteryear, but they won’t, say peace and justice activists.
12/20/2011 - The United States may have to adopt more stringent data privacy rules to stay competitive in a global market.
11/19/2011 - Several programs developed for countries within the European Union are designed to hinder corruption by promoting transparency and integrity.
International: Contingency Planning \ Disaster Management
10/27/2011 - New standards are designed to help security contractors operate safely in areas with weakened rule of law.
International: Drug Control
09/29/2011 - The global war on drugs is a failure, according to a recent report from the Global Commission on Drug Policy.
08/30/2011 - Failed states may not be the terrorist havens experts once thought. More attention should be given to weak and corrupt nations.
07/26/2011 - The growth of 24/7 call centers in India puts women at risk. Efforts to protect them have generated results as well as criticism.