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A Guide to Looking After Your Body Armor

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SafeGuard CoolMAX Carrier

As any Security Operative will be aware, body armor is a wide-ranging term that covers a number of products, and understanding exactly which is best for you can be difficult. Being aware of the different options available to you allows you to better understand how to keep yourself protected. However, even after you have chosen the correct style and level of protection according to the environments you will find yourself in, it can be difficult to know how best to care for your armor.

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JW Fishers exec describes growing international use of remote controlled vehicles by divers

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By Chris Combs

Almost every commercial diving company is now employing an ROV in some part of their operation. Most recognize the ROV is not a replacement for the diver, but rather a tool to help make his job safer, faster and easier. Inspecting a site with a remote controlled vehicle before sending someone below, allows both diver and topside personnel to better understand the working environment, nature and extent of the job.

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AFCEA International Cyber Committee calls on government to teach citizens how to protect cyber ecosystem

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Fairfax, VA, Jan. 27 - As much as 80 percent of the cyber threats the American public faces today stem from poor or non-existent computer hygiene. U.S. adversaries are using this malady to their strategic advantage and systematically degrading the national infrastructure. They are subverting U.S. economic and military superiority; eroding citizens' confidence in the government's ability to protect and defend the nation; and, ultimately, turning back the clock on American prosperity.

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Xenophobic immigration policy would wreck the U.S. Economy

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Written by Walter Ewing, American Immigration Council

The GOP candidates for President are falling over one another to demonstrate who would be the “toughest” on immigrants and who would finally make U.S. borders “secure.”

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What security personnel need to know about body armor

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SafeGuard Armor: STEALTH™

Body armor should be considered a necessary piece of equipment for all Security Personnel. This is not only because of the dangers inherent to their occupation, but because of the myriad benefits a bullet proof vest for example can offer. Protective clothing is more accessible than ever before, and the protection it can provide is unparalleled. This is why it should be considered necessary for all Personnel. However, body armor is a very broad term, and understanding what exactly is available will help ensure the right protection is utilized.

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Using video intelligence to protect critical public infrastructure

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Kimbry McClure , Hitachi

By Kimbry McClure

Solutions Architect, Office of CTO

Hitachi Data Systems Federal

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AJC issues new publication explaining Arab-Israeli conflict

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David Harris, AJC

AJC today issued a new publication, Israel and the Arab-Israeli Conflict: A Brief Guide for the Perplexed, written by Executive Director David Harris. The 28-page pamphlet—also available as a pdf online—provides a clear and concise picture of Israel's ongoing struggle for peace and security in a tumultuous region that all too often has denied the very legitimacy of a Jewish state.

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Continuous diagnostics and mitigation: Improving security through visibility

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Wallace Sann, ForeScout

By Wallace Sann, public sector Chief Technology Officer, ForeScout Technologies, Inc.

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Milton Security: Your organization's cyber security should be better fitted than grandma's bra

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it_security

Fullerton, CA, January 5 - Milton Security Group Inc., the adaptive network cyber security appliance manufacturer, is proud to announce their 1MC-Labs Team services are now available to customers worldwide. 

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What did 2015 disasters teach us about preparedness?

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Washington, DC, December 29 - The year began with a powerful nor'easter that dumped several feet of snow in Massachusetts, forcing major road closings and flight cancellations in the Northeast. In October, heavy rains in the Charleston, South Carolina area resulted in flooding that caused widespread losses. The year ended with deadly tornadoes and floods sweeping through the Midwest and the South.

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