US to Ramp Up Air Security | SnallaBolaget.com

The Homeland Security Department has demanded that 300 airports around the world “enhance” their security measures for flights to the US, threatening a ban on all electronics on flights if their demands aren’t met. According to Bloomberg: The regulations could include asking passengers to present larger electronic devices for inspection and prove that they can …

A Look at the Effectiveness of CCTV in Crime Prevention

The propagation of closed-circuit televisions or CCTVs in both commercial and residential spaces has forever changed the field of security system. Through security alarm systems and surveillance camera systems, one can put round the clock surveillance on a specific area, catch any perpetrator and use the recorded video as proof for their crimes. Homes and …

Update Coming!

…for a bigger and better SB! We’re in the process of building a new and better design for this site, and there’s a few reasons for that. – The framework we’re on is outdated, and it’s slow. – We want the site to load faster and better for everyone who’s interested in our stuff – …

Explosives Detection and “Alarm Resolution”? Decoding TSA-speak

The TSA doesn’t really want you to read what’s in here. They’ve said so many times, and their SOPs even say so. Here’s what’s strange, though: all the information we’ve got here is available to anyone who’ve worked some kind of advanced security, read a couple of books on the subject and searched through some …

Decoding and Decloaking the TSA – layer by layer

The TSA is known for its veiled ways – they’re a secretive bunch, in other words. Whenever there are questions about their methods, and their “layered” approach to security, they’re quick with the “national security” card, and anyone poking into they’re ways of doing things is usually stone-walled. So. Here we are. We’ve got a …