Today in Security 08/20/2019Today in Security: Partnerships with Local First Responders Key to Preparing for Active Assailant IncidentOn-demand webinar looks at recent research and offers tips on how to prepare.08/19/2019Today in Security: Americans Largely Approve of Airport Biometrics for Security As biometrics' accuracy improves and consumers grow more accepting, airports are integrating more facial recognition into terminals for security and convenience. 08/16/2019Today in Security: Georgia Mandates Ransomware Training for State EmployeesAfter a string of ransomware attacks, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp mandates ransomware training for state employees.08/15/2019Today in Security: More than 400 Child Sex Abuse Lawsuits Filed in New YorkNew York's Child Victims Act allowed child abuse survivors to begin filing civil and criminal lawsuits on 14 August 2019, offering one year when they could seek justice past statutes of limitations. 08/14/2019Today in Security: FBI Arrests Weapon-Hoarding TeenThe 18-year-old from Ohio, who was arrested for allegedly making online threats, had roughly 10,000 rounds of ammo in his house. 08/13/2019Today in Security: Protests Close Hong Kong AirportProtestors effectively shutdown Hong Kong International Airport for the second day in a row, causing major flight disruptions.08/12/2019Today in Security: NFL Security Head Shares Leadership and Learning Guidance“The only thing that scares me is what I don’t know,” NFL senior vice president of security Cathy Lanier says. “So when I don’t know about something, I go and learn.” 08/09/2019Today in Security: Armed Man Creates Chaos At Missouri WalmartAuthorities arrested a man in Springfield, Missouri, after he entered a Walmart store wearing a bulletproof vest and carrying a rifle. 08/08/2019Today in Security History: Detective Hattie LawtonIn 1862, mixed race detective Hattie Lawton was recruited to join a secret Union intelligence agency. 08/07/2019Today in Security: Increasing Floods Leave the Uninsured VulnerableU.S. federal officials say that flood response and recovery may be hindered because many people are uninsured. 08/06/2019Today in Security: What Policies May Arise from Weekend Tragedies?Two gaining traction: focus on domestic terrorism and red-flag laws.08/05/2019Today in Security: Weekend Mass Shooting to Be Treated as Domestic TerrorismFederal investigators said they are treating the El Paso, Texas, shooting as an act of domestic terrorism, meaning the suspect was allegedly intent on “coercing and intimidating a civilian population.”08/02/2019Today in Security: NIST Releases Draft Security Recommendations for IoT DevicesThe National Institute of Standards and Technology released draft recommendations to enhance the security of Internet of Things devices.08/01/2019Today in Security: Labor Department Offers New Retirement Rule to Help Small BusinessesNew Labor Department rule on growing retirement plans could allow small businesses to join forces and begin offering better 401(k)s with support from local Chambers of Commerce. 07/31/2019Today in Security: GAO Discusses 2020 Census RisksWatchdog agency says that some risks associated with current Census effort have not been addressed.