Murders and Violent Crime in California
While the number of murders has dropped, the figures are still significant and call for us all to take extra steps to be safe.
Veterans: 5 Reasons Why You Should Hire One
Veterans share certain qualities that they gained from their time in the military. It makes them particularly good employees.
New York Terror Attack
The New York terror attack that killed 8 on a bike path raises questions about how to secure outdoor sites from attack.
Critical Infrastructure: Protecting These Vital Assets
An attack on our critical infrastructure would cause a debilitating effect on security, the economy and public health & safety.
Violent Crime Up In Los Angeles
For the 2nd year in a row California saw an increase in violent crime. But the rest of the country is seeing an increase, as well.
School Security: We Need More
Many districts have added security protocols, but gaps remain. Comprehensive plans are needed to ensure school security.
Las Vegas Shooting: Update and Thoughts on Prevention
We need to think about security in ways we've not considered before to avoid another Las Vegas shooting from happening again.
Shoplifting Ring Busted
Federal authorities shut down a San Diego-based shoplifting ring that had been stealing clothes from popular retail stores and selling the loot in Mexico.
Civil Unrest: Planning for These Events
Businesses need to be prepared for civil unrest events and have plans in place on how to react to them.
Vehicle Attacks: A Racing Concern
There are ways to prevent vehicle attacks by using steel and concrete barriers or devices like the Talon net.
Disaster Planning: Keeping Businesses Secure
During emergencies your business is at its most vulnerable. Disaster Planning can ensure asset security and reduce downtime.
Hurricane Harvey Provides Lessons
Hurricane Harvey shows us again how vulnerable our energy sector in the Gulf really is. Security for our infrastructure is needed.