Security agents who used conversation-based techniques were much better at detecting airline passengers with fake cover stories than screeners who relied on observations of body language, researchers found.
Researchers found that hand-washing compliance dropped by an average of 8.7 percentage points during a typical 12-hour shift, which could have major implications for infection rates in healthcare facilities.
Criminal justice experts point to several factors for the continuing drop in the crime rate, including better police tactics, widespread use of surveillance equipment and an aging population.
A growing number of U.S. states are prohibiting employers from forcing job applicants or employees to provide access to personal social media accounts.
Facebook, Twitter and other social networks continue to attract widespread attention among law enforcement agencies, according to an annual survey by the International Association of Chiefs of Police.
Florida Institute of Technology will award more than 1,400 degrees during the 2014 Fall Commencement ceremonies Dec. 13 on the Melbourne campus. Hundreds of students who earned their degrees 100% online will join their campus-based peers.
New Enterprise Resource Planning and Database Administration specializations created to meet growing need for professionals experienced at managing and mining data for business success.
A new report recommends changes to the use of eyewitness identifications in the criminal justice system, including training for law enforcement officers on effective protocols.
Federal investigators suspect hackers linked to North Korea are behind the cyber attack against Sony Pictures, which led to the disclosure of a trove of confidential information, including employees’ Social Security numbers.
Aviation regulators have granted permission for video production and aerial photography companies to use drones on movie sets, a major step toward wider use of unmanned aircraft for commercial purposes.