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Serious Security Flaws Found in Fitness Trackers

Serious Security Flaws Found in Fitness Trackers

US Has Spent Nearly $4 Trillion On National Security Since 9/11, Yet Americans Feel Less Safe Than Ever

US Has Spent Nearly $4 Trillion On National Security Since 9/11, Yet Americans Feel Less Safe Than Ever

A new report found the U.S. government has spent $3.6 trillion on national security since the attacks on September 11, malady 2001, hospital yet Americans feel less safe now than they did right after the deadly attacks. Spending has increased drastically in the last two years, especially with a $300 billion increase occurring in 2015 […]

The Future of Security, Robots?

The Future of Security, Robots?

Hillary’s hacked emails and blackmail

Hillary’s hacked emails and blackmail

By Michael Cutler, 8-29-16  .   The ability to compromise can be a virtue when reasonable people of differing perspectives are able to set aside their differences and come to an agreement that, while not perfect, is fair and equitable and provides a common ground for all concerned.  This enables the participants in such a negotiation to […]

In-Flight Security Officers on board US-Cuba Flights

In-Flight Security Officers on board US-Cuba Flights

The statement added: “In-Flight Security Officers (IFSOs) serve as an active last line of defense against terrorism and air piracy, and are an important part of a multi-layer strategy adopted by the US to thwart terrorism in the civil aviation sector.” Commenting on the announcement, Rep. Michael McCaul (R-Texas), Chairman of the House Committee on […]

Major Findings From the US Annual Global Terrorism Update

Major Findings From the US Annual Global Terrorism Update

New Airport Security Technology Tested

New Airport Security Technology Tested

New Technology Offers To “Grow” Aircrafts

New Technology Offers To “Grow” Aircrafts

AI Defeats Human Pilots

AI Defeats Human Pilots

US Air Force Loses Investigation Database

US Air Force Loses Investigation Database

The US Air Force has lost records of fraud and abuse investigations going back to 2004 due to a corrupted database, Defense One reports. About 100,000 records disappeared into thin air, and while the database has been recovered, the Air Force doesn’t know why it happened. The database, and backups, that hosts files from the […]