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July 7, 2011
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Homeland Security Warns of “Belly Bombs”

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is warning of a potential new threat from terrorists – surgically implanted explosives. Read More

Energy Labs Target of Sophisticated Attacks

Two energy labs were taken offline following what is being called a sophisticated cyber attack. Read More

Biometric Security Devices for Mobile Phones to Grow Significantly

Embedded fingerprint sensors are expected to be the leading driver in the growth of biometric security for mobile phones, according to an article in Homeland Security Newswire. Read More

Chicago's Mayor: Cops Should Patrol Schools, Not "Sit Around"

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel said it is “unacceptable” for Chicago police officers assigned to the city’s public high schools to sit in their offices and come out only after an incident occurs. Read More

Report Says World Has More Private Security Guards Than Police

The private security industry is growing rapidly around the globe and employs twice as many people as governments have police officers, according to a report. Read More

Newark Eateries That Stay Open Late May Be Required to Hire Armed Security Guards

In a proposal on the city council agenda, South Ward Councilman Ras Baraka in Newark, NJ wants to mandate that eateries open after 9 p.m. hire an armed security guard for the evening hours. Read More

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