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Cybersecurity

- The Northern American Electric Reliability Council has begun enforcement of sector-driven standards to mitigate the risk of cyberthreats to electric utilities.

New Cameras at Chicago's Navy Pier Lead to Arrests, Saved Lives

- Chicago's multi-million dollar investment to install security cameras around the city's famous Navy Pier has started to pay off, according to The Chicago Tribune.

Evacuations

- The evacuation of the World Trade Center Twin Towers on 9-11 has provided a treasure trove of information for researchers studying building evacuations. View some of the research from the High-rise Evacuation Evaluation Database project.

Digging into Data About Getting Out

- A British study investigating high-rise building evacuations relied on interviews of 271 Twin Towers' survivors on 9-11.

Security's New Chapter

- By upgrading its existing system, Queens Library was able to improve access control without the expense of replacing the infrastructure.

Hotel Security

- In the aftermath of the Mumbai terrorists attacks, the State Department has provided a security checklist of measures that should be standardized in any hotel.

Fatal Shooting Thrusts Church Security Into Spotlight Again

- The murder of a Baptist preacher during Sunday service yesterday in Maryville, Illinois, has once again sparked discussion of security in places of worship, reports the Belleville News-Democrat.

NYPD Suffers Massive Data Breach

- The New York Police Department is sending out 80,000 letters to current and retired police officers after a civilian employee allegedly stole their personal information from a secure police office located in a warehouse on Staten Island, New York.

Laboratory Security

- Find out more about the new and controversial National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility to be built at Kansas State University. The lab will research biological threats such as animal diseases that can be transferred to humans.

Shedding Light on Nighttime Surveillance

- Seeing into the heart of darkness isn't as hard as you might think, thanks to technologies ranging from thermal imagers to short wave infrared.

Open in Thirty Seconds: Cracking One of the Most Secure Locks in America

- The safest locks in the world are less secure than the manufacturers admit.

Pittsburgh's Waterfront Installs Security Cameras

- Pittsburgh's The Waterfront has invested in new security cameras to deter crime after two fatal shootings this summer, reports the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.

Truth and Consequences

- Security professionals sometimes think they can't afford to protect assets against low-probability risks. But consequence analysis shows that they can't afford not to.
 




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