Today in Security 02/21/2019Today In Security: NY Police Body Cameras Publicly AccessibleThe New York Police Union can't block the public release of body-camera footage, even in fatal police shootings. 02/19/2019Today in Security: Termination Leads to TragedyThe Aurora shooting refocuses attention on workplace violence.02/15/2019Today in Security: Facebook Threat Monitoring Program Under ScrutinyFacebook faces scrutiny for a threat monitoring program that tracks the location of former employees and social media users.02/14/2019FBI Investigating Vitol Executives in AmericasFBI joins Brazil in investigating American Vitol executives accused of Car Wash bribes.02/13/2019Today in Security: A Year After ParklandA year after the Parkland shooting, America has responded in various ways. 02/12/2019Today In Security: Taking Another Look at Workplace ViolenceIn an age where mass violence grabs most of the mindshare, workplace violence remains a critical security issue.02/11/2019Today in Security: Combating RadicalizationHow can radicalization be stemmed? Canada has appointed a group to help implement its strategy. And a research paper examines the case of Italy and why it is experiencing less of a problem than the rest of Europe.02/08/2019Today in Security: Agencies Release Training To Prevent Vehicle AttacksU.S. agencies and car associations release a training video to help prevent terror attacks.02/07/2019Today In Security: Germany Tells Facebook Nein to Forced Data CollectionGermany's antitrust office ordered Facebook to rein in its data collection of social media users.02/06/2019Today in Security: Breaching a Banking NetworkA recent banking network breach illustrates a trend in cyberattacks.02/05/2019Today in Security: Lessons Learned in LeadershipIn a podcast interview, security legend Basil Steele shares his insights on management and leadership.02/04/2019Today in Security: Defense TechnologyA new technology that authenticates users by voice, walking gait, location, and facial recognition is the result of a partnership between government and industry.02/01/2019Today in Security: Atlanta Prepares To Host Super Bowl LIIIMore than 1 million people are expected to travel to Atlanta this weekend for Super Bowl 53.01/31/2019Today in Security: Are Declines in U.S. Federal Workforce Capabilities Putting Our Government at Risk of Failing?Senior Executives Association’s white paper, “Are Declines in U.S. Federal Workforce Capabilities Putting Our Government at Risk of Failing?"01/30/2019Today in Security: Transforming Physical SecurityA new report from Microsoft and Accenture explores digital transformation.