Secured Cities

The Secured Cities category is a collection of news, analysis, and other information relevant to security professionals who work in or provide services to the Safe and Secured Cities market. It covers issues pertaining to security and communications technology deployments within cities as well as the challenges faced by government leaders in managing these systems.
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Industry News

KC police: dispute led to Chiefs rally shooting, three detained

Feb. 15, 2024
Two juveniles and one adult were detained in the mass shooting Wednesday that injured 22 people and killed a woman.

Secured Cities

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Ransomware initiators are contracting with specialists of all kinds, opening up opportunities for talent from a variety of disciplines.
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There are two basic components to any video analytics architecture: processing and storage.
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President Joe Biden discusses his Administration's commitment to seizing the opportunities and managing the risks of artificial intelligence, in San Francisco on June 20, 2023.
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Your incident response and business continuity plan must account for the human factor and ensure a consistent, effective response to cybersecurity incidents.
Information Security

Tips on mitigating third-party risks by heading common red flags

Oct. 30, 2023
Protecting sensitive data and maintaining customer privacy requires a comprehensive approach
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People gather in Evanston, Illinois' Fountain Square for a rally in support of the release of Israeli and international hostages currently held by Hamas in the Gaza Strip on Oct. 14, 2023.
Security Executives

Surge in antisemitism amid Israel-Hamas war marks ‘frightening time’ for Jews globally

Oct. 30, 2023
The Anti-Defamation League said it has tracked a dramatic surge in antisemitic events nationwide following the Oct. 7 Hamas attack on Israel
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To prioritize incident preparedness means adding capabilities that will go a long way to enabling swift response and recovery from security breaches.
Security Executives

Five ways enterprises can boost incident preparedness

Oct. 30, 2023
Security is not a primary area of expertise for most organizations so preparedness may fall outside its purview
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DOE CyberForce Competition 2023 cultivates tomorrows cybersecurity leaders

Oct. 26, 2023
Competition on Nov. 4 will highlight and empower the next generation of cyber defenders
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Secured Cities

Surviving the Hamas Attacks on Nahal-Oz

Oct. 26, 2023
Live Panel from Israel: First-hand Survivor AccountsAttacks on Nahal-Oz On Saturday, October 7, 2023, Hamas Terrorists entered Israel’s southern region including Kibbutz Nahal...
Lewiston Police released a photo of the man they say killed 18 people and injured 13 at a bowling alley and a restaurant in Lewiston, Maine on Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2023. (Lewiston Police Department/TNS)
The Lewiston Police Department said authorities are seeking 40-year-old Robert Card of the town of Bowdoin as a suspect in the shootings.
Secured Cities

Police pursuing Maine suspect after 18 dead in shootings

Oct. 26, 2023
The Lewiston Police Department said authorities are seeking 40-year-old Robert Card of the town of Bowdoin as a suspect in the shootings
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Gaming industry analyst David Katz even estimated the loss to MGM at approximately $8.4 million in revenue daily due to this attack.

Why common-sense security is essential regardless of budget

Oct. 25, 2023
The recent MGM cyberattack provides critical insights into just how basic mitigation strategies can strengthen infrastructure
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Data is the ultimate prize for a cybercriminal.
Information Security

If you want to protect your business data, think like a cybercriminal

Oct. 24, 2023
Perform your own assessment by looking at your business through their eyes and consider what gaps or vulnerabilities might exist
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Netskope Threat Labs report says highest percentage of cybercrime activity originates in Russia

Oct. 20, 2023
New research unveils that most popular techniques and motivators used by adversaries in 2023 and that China is the most geopolitically motivated
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Anti-Drone Technologies

AeroDefense deploys AirWarden Remote ID Receiver at two NCAA D-1 college stadiums

Oct. 19, 2023
The cost-effective, reliable technology leverages FAA remote ID standard to identify drones and pilots in real-time
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The best opportunity to get ahead of API security issues lies in the ability to identify and resolve vulnerabilities in the development stage.

Here’s how organizations can fix their API security troubles

Oct. 18, 2023
API security is challenging organizations to adopt more robust defense strategies.