Norway Secret Police to Consider Keylogging, “Pinpoint” Data Collection |

In a move picked straight out of an Edward Snowden scenario, and the NSA field manual, the Norwegion secret police (“PST”) is considering the development and deployment of methods to “intercept data at such an early stage that it has … Read More

Personal Security, the FBI, and your phone |

In 2014, Edward Snowden blew the lid off much of the US government’s innermost secrets, at least when it comes to the extent at which the various US intelligence agencies are conducting surveillance of both its own and foreign citizens, … Read More

Photographers and You – Your Rights as a Security Professional |

Dealing with photographers, be it amateurs or professionals – is something that most security personnel has to deal with from time to time, if they’re at all interacting with te public. It’s no secret that the technology boom of 2014 … Read More

The Biggest, Baddest Security QuadCopters

… and multicopters, incidentally. Using quads and multirotors for security work is fairly new, but seeing that even the commercial hobby versions of these things are becoming more and more advanced, the barrier to use them in even low budget … Read More

How To Take Care Of The Accident-Prone Elderly

Baby boomers around the globe have dramatically increased over the past years. According to an article by Dr. Susan Blumenthal in The Huffington Post, every day past January 1, 2011, another 10,000 baby boomers will celebrate their 65th birthday. As … Read More

How To Break In Anywhere (where security isn’t working)

If you’ve been following this site for a while, you might have seen our burglar’s guide to being wildly successful – and if you haven’t, then you should take a look. ‘Cause you want to break in somewhere, huh? Anyway, … Read More

Homestead Security vs. Homeland Security – the greatest challenge?

One of the most important things we do in the security industry, is to divide up the playing field. Generally, there are three “types” of security. There’s personal security (or private security), there’s corporate security, and then there’s public security, … Read More

Spy Buzz: What to Expect From Ordinary Citizens?

It seems like spying will never go out of fashion with government agencies, and instead of the Cold War we now have Phone war, as we saw in the recent Obama-Merkel spying scandal. With whistleblowers like Julian Assange and Edward … Read More

Thinking Internally – combating a police force’s feeling of invincibility

Traditionally speaking, security has mainly been in the hands of the military and the police, in whatever form they might exist at the time and place. Public security is still the charge of the police, and the military to some … Read More

Stealth Wear – “Anti-Drone Clothing”

You know… for hiding from those pesky drones. They do tend to show up at the most unexpected and inopportune times. At least that’s our experience with them, but that could be just us, of course. To be fair, there … Read More

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