Today in Security 06/20/2019Today in Security: World Refugee DayAn estimated 2.3 million people were added to the global population of individuals forcibly displaced in 2018.06/19/2019Today in Security: U.N. Issues Report on Khashoggi KillingA U.N. report finds that Saudi agents used state means to execute dissident writer. 06/18/2019Today in Security: As 2019 Fire Season Starts, Forest Service Seeks to Shift EmphasisNew approach prioritizes efforts to lessen the severity of fires06/17/2019Today in Security: Survey Finds Consumers Skip Events Due to Security ConcernsHalf of Americans surveyed for the 2019 Unisys Security Index said they are “extremely” or “very concerned” about physical attacks on large-scale events. 06/14/2019Today in Security: CISA to Host Active Shooter Preparedness WorkshopA DHS agency will host an active shooter preparedness workshop in the Washington, D.C., area.06/13/2019Today in Security: 2020 presidential election open for businessU.S. President Donald Trump said he would consider accepting information on political opponents from foreign spy agencies for the 2020 presidential election.06/12/2019Today in Security: Hong Kong Protests EscalatePolice use rubber bullets and tears gas on demonstrators protesting extradition bill. 06/11/2019Today in Security: Amazon’s Andy Jassy on the State and Future of Cloud ComputingIn an interview with Vox’s Recode, the Amazon Web Services CEO discusses the current market and what opportunities he’s most excited about.06/10/2019Today in Security: Updating Guidance for Pipeline ProtectionDocuments outlining how federal agencies will work together with pipeline operators have not been updated since 2010. 06/09/2019Today in Security History: Industrial Security DayToday in 1967, the mayor of Boston and several ASIS members declared it Industrial Security Day. 06/07/2019Today in Security: Hurricane Preparation Tips from Battle-Tested OrganizationsMore lessons for organizations that might deal with hurricanes or other natural disasters.06/06/2019Today in Security: Six States Chosen For Cybersecurity AcademyThe National Governors Association selected six U.S. states to complete additional cybersecurity training to enhance elections security.06/05/2019Today in Security: Former Parkland School Deputy Faces ChargesResource officer from Stoneman Douglas High School charged with felony neglect in mass shooting.06/04/2019Today in Security: Why Physical and Cyber Security Teams Must Work in ConcertIn a remote-controlled, interconnected world, the separate domains of physical and IT security have blurred into one.06/03/2019Today in Security: Virginia Beach Shooter Used Silencer to Muffle GunshotsSurvivors from the shooting explain that the suppressed gunshots were initially mistaken for a nail gun.