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OMAHA, NE Feb. 23, 2017 The Union Pacific Police Department is seeking public input as it pursues its third accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. (...
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WASHINGTON Feb. 15, 2017 In a hearing before the Senate Subcommittee on Surface Transportation and Merchant Marine Infrastructure, Safety, and Security, Amtrak President and CEO Wick Moorman called...
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HOUSTON, Feb. 15, 2017 An overwhelming majority (89%) of power and utility executives say their cybersecurity function does not fully meet their organization's needs, according to the EY Global...

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By Steve SpatigWith reports of widespread data breaches in the global spotlight, data center managers are under increasing pressure by regulatory bodies to ensure that access to restricted information is protected. Cyber security remains a number one priority, but in many cases, data breaches occur because an employee is given temporary physical access to that data in some way. Within the data center environment, preventing unauthorized physical access to sensitive government data is crucial.
By Kirk Spring As we’ve seen by recently reported hacks of healthcare networks, security breaches are becoming commonplace. Attacks on secure networks can come from internal or external sources. “Breach prevention” is no longer a workable strategy.
Grants Pass, OR, March 27 – California’s ongoing worst ever drought, and the recent record breaking winter blizzards in Boston and the U.S. Northeast, are both manifestations of the same global climate change patterns. Earth warming global atmosphere is creating changes in the atmosphere’s “energy balance,” according to L. DeWayne Cecil, PhD, historical climatologist and former NASA researcher. The result is not only a warmer and dryer global climate but also greater and more frequent climatic extremes, including the recent Boston blizzards.
 

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December 14 - The oil and gas industry invests billions annually in offshore pipelines and risers. DNV GL has launched a recommended practice (RP) that allows operato...

Marlborough, MA, December 2 - In response to the recent horrific terrorist attacks in Paris and Mali, Block Engineering is now offering a suite of products that can be used to p...

Marlborough, MA, December 2 - In response to the recent horrific terrorist attacks in Paris and Mali, Block Engineering is now offering a suite of products that can be used to p...

Aliso Viejo and San Jose, CA, December 2 - Microsemi Corporation, a leading provider of semiconductor solutions differentiated by power, security, reliability and performance, a...

Syracuse, NY, November 17 - After years of investment in state-of-the-art technology, Lockheed Martin announced its next generation radar technology: the Digital Arra...