New TSA Plan Aims to Reduce Airline Hassles
Businesses Need to Focus on Cybersecurity, Chertoff Says
The TSA has drafted a new plan to change how airline passengers are screened across the nation, and the new rules could even lift the ban on carrying razor blades and small knives.
DHS Secretary Michael Chertoff is speaking out again, this time about cybersecurity, as he warns businesses on protecting cyber-infrastructures. Will businesses listen? Click HERE>>
Are US First Responders Prepared?
SEC Seeks Public Input on Sarbanes-Oxley
First responders are our first line of defense in any terrorist attack, but are US first responders ready and able to take on that role? It depends on where you live, says one expert.
The SEC is asking smaller public companies to give input on how the controversial Sarbanes-Oxley Act is affecting their businesses. Will this mean changes to SOX?
Security Cameras Multiply in Manhattan
New York Enacts Security Breach Disclosure Law
In the wake of the London bombings, the use of surveillance cameras has increased
in New York, but not everyone is happy. Is it yet another case of privacy vs.
With security breaches and identity theft in the news, the
N.Y. legislature has taken action, enacting a new law that will force companies
to report any data breaches. Click