With the new, groundbreaking introduction of the SAFE Car, consumers can protect their "wheels" in ways never before thought possible.
Cell phone carriers must notify customer if they can’t deliver a 911 emergency alert via text message
Some cell phone providers, in some geographic areas, offer their customers the ability to send text messages announcing an emergency to their local 911 dispatch center. Some users prefer to send such a text alert, rather than make a voice call to the 911 emergency call center.
But what happens if a customer sends such a text message, but the cell phone provider is unable technically to deliver that text message to the 9-1-1 center?
The U.S. Department of the Treasury on May 28 named Liberty Reserve S.A. – a Web-based money transfer system or “virtual currency” -- as a financial institution of primary money laundering concern under Section 311 of the USA PATRIOT Act.
To support a wide range of remote sensing missions, DHS has awarded four separate contracts, with a total value of no more than $50 million, to four different companies, to deploy aircraft rapidly, capture imagery from airborne platforms, process the resulting images and quickly disseminate those images.
Low-income victims of Hurricane Sandy might receive more legal assistance free of charge, now that the Legal Services Corporation, which administers federal funds for civil legal services to low-income Americans, has announced it will make available about $1.2 million in new grants.
Universal Protection Service, a division of Universal Services of America, announced on May 16 that it has acquired Sky Security Services and expanded its nationwide presence to include both Hawaii and Nevada.
Since 1992, Sky Security Services has been providing security services to condominiums, gated communities, apartments, hotels and resorts nationwide.
Peter Boriskin, Director of Product Management for ASSA ABLOY'S Commerical Electronic Access Control Products, indicates that he would like to describe the features and benefits of the SARGENT SE LP10 lock, which is used for federal customers, government contractors or anyone who is required to use FIPS 201 credentials or other credentials covered by government requirements
Zebra’s extensive portfolio of barcode, receipt, card, kiosk and UHF RFID printers and supplies, as well as real-time location solutions, are used by 90% of the Fortune 500 and many federal, state and local government agencies to enable identification systems that provide physical and logical access control and secure workplaces.
We’ve all seen the photos and television images of the huge, cuddly “comfort dogs” that have played a key role in soothing the minds of the surviving victims -- and their families -- of recent shootings and assorted tragedies, most visibly the awful murders last December of 20 elementary school students and six adults in Newtown, CT.
The Federal Protective Service, a component of DHS, has awarded a contract worth $36.5 million to First Coast Security Solutions, Inc., of Jacksonville, FL, to provide armed security guards at five different buildings and facilities in Washington, DC.