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Designing a School to Stop Shooters Designing a School to Stop Shooters
Thu, March, 15, 2018
Tawnell Hobbs from The Wall Street Journal details the steps a school in Dallas has taken to stop potential school shooters.
FBI text messages lost because of 'misconfiguration issues' that perplex security analysts FBI text messages lost because of 'misconfiguration issues' that perplex security analysts
Thu, January, 25, 2018
Jeff Mordock from the Washington Times explains why Republicans are calling foul on the FBI.
Intelligence Committee prepares election security plan to thwart Russian hacking Intelligence Committee prepares election security plan to thwart Russian hacking
Wed, January, 10, 2018
Erin Kelly from USA Today has a look at the plans to keep elections secure.
Staying Safe This New Year's Eve Staying Safe This New Year's Eve
Fri, December, 29, 2017
With recent NYC terror attacks and the Las Vegas shooting still fresh in the minds of many, security expert Lou Palumbo talks New Year's Eve and safety.
This Morning with Gordon Deal December 29, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal December 29, 2017
Fri, December, 29, 2017
New York police geared up and ready to thwart New Year's Eve threats, the worst job in technology, and how sports got loud and weird in 2017.
Steps to Stay Safe in a Crowd During the Holidays Steps to Stay Safe in a Crowd During the Holidays
Fri, December, 22, 2017
Security expert Lou Palumbo offers tips on how you and your loved ones can stay safe while in public during the holiday season.
Las Vegas Casino Security Overhaul Unlikely, Experts Say Las Vegas Casino Security Overhaul Unlikely, Experts Say
Wed, October, 4, 2017
The Wall Street Journal's Sara Randazzo has a look at the potential of a security overhaul at Las Vegas casinos.
What's Attacking the Web? A Security Camera in a Colorado Laundromat What's Attacking the Web? A Security Camera in a Colorado Laundromat
Tue, March, 21, 2017
The Wall Street Journal's Drew Fitzgerald breaks down the security failures keeping the web vulnerable.
Go Ahead, Write a Check for Your Coffee. I've Got All Day. Go Ahead, Write a Check for Your Coffee. I've Got All Day.
Fri, January, 27, 2017
Do you still write checks to pay for things? You're not the only one. The Wall Street Journal's Robin Sidel takes a look at why check-writing hasn't gone out of style.
A look at the security for the Republican National Convention A look at the security for the Republican National Convention
Tue, July, 19, 2016
Paul Viollis, security expert and host of "The Security Brief" joins us to talk about the security at the RNC.
Security officials brace for GOP convention amid Trump protests, Brussels attack. Security officials brace for GOP convention amid Trump protests, Brussels attack.
Mon, March, 28, 2016
Anna Palmer from POLITICO breaks down how security officials are prepping for the upcoming GOP convention.
German Officials Warn of New Security Risk: Local Extremists Recruiting Refugees German Officials Warn of New Security Risk: Local Extremists Recruiting Refugees
Mon, November, 30, 2015
Anton Troianovsky from the Wall Street Journal joins us from Berlin to explain Germany's latest security concerns.
Companies Reassess Travel Policies in Wake of Attacks Companies Reassess Travel Policies in Wake of Attacks
Thu, November, 19, 2015
Rachel Feintzeig from the Wall Street Journal explains how companies are adjusting their travel policies following the terrorist attacks in Paris.
Controversial Cybersecurity Bill Moves Forward Controversial Cybersecurity Bill Moves Forward
Wed, November, 4, 2015
A new controversial cybersecurity bill is making its way through Capital Hill. Erik Knight CEO of SimpleWan has the latest.
After Scottrade, 5 Things to Know about the Safety of Your Investments After Scottrade, 5 Things to Know about the Safety of Your Investments
Tue, October, 13, 2015
Priya Anand from MarketWatch.com discusses her 5 takeaways from the Scottrade security breach.
Pope's Visit Will Produce Largest Security Operation in U.S. History Pope's Visit Will Produce Largest Security Operation in U.S. History
Tue, September, 22, 2015
The Pope's visit will cause the largest security operation in U.S. history. David Nakamura from the Washington Post has the story.