07/16/2012 - A truce between gangs cuts El Salvador’s murder rate. Sixth solar storm reaches Earth, causes no problems. Florida granted access to list of foreigners in the U.S. legally in an effort “prevent voter fraud.” And more.
07/06/2012 - When Australia’s current biosecurity legislation was created, the country was only accessible by sea. Despite more than 50 revisions, the act is still “outdated and overly prescriptive,” says the Australian Department of Agriculture, Fisheries, and Forestry.
07/06/2012 - Chinese hijacking attempt foiled. Computers still infected with the “Internet Doomsday Virus” will lose Internet connectivity Monday. London police arrest seven terror suspects, one a former police officer. And more.
07/05/2012 - Japan finalizes its investigative report on Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant. Michigan is working to develop a transparent disaster medical triage system. British officials are accused of sending mixed messages about cybersecurity at a national conference. And more.
07/02/2012 - Secretary of State Hilary Clinton presents a new plan for Syria. Security challenges for Mexico’s new president. A zoo’s security policies are under review after more than a dozen animals die in a flash flood. And more.
06/28/2012 - What the new healthcare law could mean for private security. Someone has been hiring private security to run surveillance on Reuters journalists in Greece. Ontario, Canada to review emergency response plans. A college professor who can hack UAVs. And more.
06/27/2012 - 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.
06/26/2012 - Canada moves to keep foreign companies from participating in its telecom overhaul citing security reasons. Ninety-nine percent of alarms in Las Cruces are false. A lesson in Facebook privacy. And more.