A burglary occurs every 13 seconds. Prevent a break-in from happening with these six home security tips.
Crime, prevention and security in the arts
We round up the best insights from our last live chat, which covered theft and petty crime in arts buildings and museums
Home security systems changing how police investigate some crimes
A burglar was caught on surveillance video breaking into a family’s house in Norwich on Wednesday afternoon. The type of surveillance system the family has is changing the way police investi…
Annual Security and Fire Safety Reports
Proactive crime prevention tips can keep you safe. University Police offers a free police escort service for transportation on campus.
What You Should Know About Crime Prevention at Small Businesses
The characteristics of small businesses can make this category of workplace particularly vulnerable to crime.
Crime Prevention Tips to Keep You Safe
Basic crime prevention tips can keep you safe, find out how.
Neighborhood Safety Tips For Parents
Know where your children are. Have your children tell you or ask permission before leaving the house and give them a time to check in or be home. When possible, have them leave a phone number of where they will be Help children learn important phone numbers. Have your children practice reciting their home phone number and address, and your work and cell phone numbers. If they have trouble memorizing these, write them down on a card and have them carry it at…
How self-monitored home security cameras crack down on crime in Rutherford County
Police said home security video footage has helped solve at least two homicides in Rutherford county.
How Well Do Security Alarms Deter Crime?
Though alarm companies can’t guarantee a quick police response if someone breaks into your home, experts say a security alarm system still come in handy.
Why Hate Crimes Are a National Security Risk
Hate crimes deserve the new administration's attention, and not only because they are abhorrent, says David Schanzer. Anti-Muslim hate crimes and bigotry also threaten our national security. Schanzer is associate professor of the practice at Duke University's Sanford School of Public Policy, where he directs the Triangle Center on Terrorism and Homeland Security.
Security 101: Heat Wave, Crime Wave
With the summer months just around the corner, Signal 88 Security wants to provide you with the proper steps to help ensure your safety and security.
Cyber Crime: Why Is All the Talent in Hacking and Not in Security?
New data reveals that cyber criminals are more technologically advanced than the people responsible for keeping our data safe.
Cyber Crime vs Cyber Security: what will you choose?
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How the Cyber Security Industry Is Keeping Up With Cyber Crime
Is the cybersecurity industry keeping up with cybercrime? originally appeared on Quora - the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to lear...
Haledon police: Register your security camera to help solve crimes
The Haledon Police Department is asking merchants and residents to register their security cameras to potentially share surveillance footage.
Buffalo residents encouraged to register security cameras, to help solve crimes
Buffalo residents are encouraged to register their home and business surveillance cameras with the Buffalo police – to assist in solving ...
Fighting Cyber Crime is Critical for National Security, Says Secret Service Chief
While election interference, espionage and power grid threats get all the attention, nation-states also lean on cyber criminals to conduct operations on their behalf, according to Director James Murray.
Managing risk: How organized crime has changed the retail security business
People think of security guards, maybe store detectives, when they think of retail store security. But loss prevention can become quite complex and go in a lot of different directions.
How Identity Data Security Helps Financial Services Fight Cyber Crime
Financial theft is nothing new. History is full of notorious bank robbers, embezzlers and swindlers. In the past, a heist or scam affected a single bank or organization, but in our digital world, fin…
Infographic Recap: 10 Biggest Cyber Crimes And Data Breaches
You may not think you’re at risk of a cyber-attack, but in today’s digital world, it’s a huge problem. Hackers can learn anything about you by stealing data, such as social security numbers, computer passwords, credit card information, health care data, bank account information, and more. According to an IBM study, as reported by CBS, …