The Federal Aviation Administration has completed installation of a ‘state-of-the-art’ system designed to provide air traffic controllers and pilots with enhanced accuracy, while also improving efficiency.
Dozens of cities and states have enacted legislation to prohibit employers from asking about a candidate’s criminal history on a job application.
The move toward cloud computing and the increasing popularity of mobile devices and apps are presenting new challenges to organizations hoping to secure their data against cyber attacks.
In a split decision, the Federal Communications Commission calls on text messaging providers to give their customers the capability to text 911 from their cell phones.
Federal law enforcement agencies investigated more than 4,000 cases relating to the online exploitation of children in 2013. Officials say raising awareness is a key to combating such crimes.
Florida Tech Professor Richard Ford said ensuring that software patches are up to date is a critical step toward guarding against cyber attacks.
A new report includes protocols for deciding which officers should wear body cameras, when the cameras should be activated and when consent should be obtained in order to record interactions with the public.
Officers with the nation’s largest law enforcement agency processed about 25 million cargo containers and 360 million travelers at U.S. ports of entry in fiscal year 2013, statistics show. More than 420,000 individuals were apprehended by Border Patrol agents.
In a new study published by the American Psychological Association, researchers found that measuring personality traits such as conscientiousness could help doctors predict their patients’ risk for health problems.
According to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, more than 250 cybersecurity incidents were reported to the agency’s Industrial Control Systems Cyber Emergency Response Team in 2013. Nearly 60% of the incidents involved the energy sector.