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  • Is the Unabomber responsible for the 1982 Tylenol murders?

    By Curtis Baillie - Friday May 20, 2011
    There are news reports that the FBI is seeking new DNA samples from Ted Kaczynski, the infamous "Unabomber", for testing in the 1982 still unsolved Chicago area Tylenol murders. The first reported product tampering case occurred in 1982 when...
  • Crossing the chasm

    By Deborah L. O'Mara - Thursday May 19, 2011
      Exclusive PSA-TEC coverage: crossing the chasm   Several times during PSA-TEC this week in Westminster, Colo., I heard about “crossing the chasm,” a theory and thought process by Geoffrey Moore for marketing high-tech products...
  • Kevin Murray's book - "Is my cell phone bugged?"

    By Curtis Baillie - Friday May 13, 2011
    "Everything you need to know to keep your mobile conversations private and how to determine yourself if your cell phone is bugged." Kevin Murray, an independent Security Consultant and owner of Murray Associates – Spybusters ,   has written a...
  • Security Biometrics 101

    By Chris Hills - Friday May 13, 2011
    Two years ago l fell in love with a Biometric product. I walked by a booth on the 3rd day of the ASIS show and stopped to watch as individuals enrolled into the system as fast as I have ever seen any Biometric system enroll a person. As fast as the...
  • Fire Detection Tips

    By Eric J. Pritchard - Tuesday May 10, 2011
    This is my first blog posting ever. For those of you who don't know me, I am a lawyer specializing in the electronic security and life safety industries. You can check me out on my law firm's web page . My practice is devoted to representing...
  • The White House situation room

    By Geoff Kohl - Monday May 9, 2011
    Ostensibly, this is not a particularly exciting photo, but there's something amazingly intense about this photo of the national security team receiving information on the raid that ended the life of Osama bin Laden. Many are already calling this an iconic...
  • What went wrong in the Sony PlayStation network breach?

    By Joel Griffin - Monday May 9, 2011
    Last month, Sony announced that its' PlayStation online gaming network was victimized by a cyber hacker, who may have been able to gain access to the credit card information of 77 million users. Just last week, Sony said that the breach was worse than...
  • "Chart Your Course to Profit"

    By Curtis Baillie - Tuesday May 3, 2011
    "Chart Your Course to Profit" was the theme of this year's International Association of Professional Security Consultants (IAPSC) annual conference recently held in San Diego, California. The first day conference topics included: Building Client...
  • Streaming live from PSA-TEC

    By Deborah L. O'Mara - Thursday April 28, 2011
      Streaming live from PSA-TEC As a premier media sponsor to the upcoming PSA-TEC show in Westminster, Colo., we have the inside skinny on all the cool educational and networking functions scheduled for the event, May 16 through 20 at the...
  • New spam scam: The hit-man death threat

    By Geoff Kohl - Thursday April 28, 2011
    I receive a lot of spam; it's a side-effect of my email being prominently displayed on this website and others and apparently being harvested regularly for spam lists. Our IT team is generally quite good about identifying regular spam messages and...