Today in Security 05/22/2019Today in Security: Plan B for Border Security FundingLoose change left behind at airports could go toward securing the U.S. southern border.05/21/2019Today in Security: Lessons from the Elliott IncidentDallas Cowboys' Ezekiel Elliott was detained then released following incident involving security at a Las Vegas event.05/20/2019Today in Security: Virtual Currency Whistleblowers WantedThe Whistleblower Office of the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission is asking for help to stop virtual currency fraud and manipulation. 05/18/2019Today in Security History: The Bath School BombingOn 18 May 1927, a bombing at a Bath, Michigan, school killed 44 people, making it the deadliest incident of school violence in U.S. history. 05/17/2019Today in Security: Watery Search Continues After Deadly Alaska Plane CrashSix people were killed when two sightseeing planes collided, and divers are recovering the wreckage. 05/16/2019Today in Security: President Trump bars U.S. companies from using risky foreign telecomsThe Trump administration sets up more barriers against foreign companies like Huawei, citing concerns over supply chain and surveillance security.05/15/2019Today in Security: San Francisco Bans Facial Recognition TechnologySan Francisco becomes the first U.S. city to ban the use of facial recognition technology.05/14/2019Today in Security: Using Video Surveillance for Operational MonitoringAs security integrates with other functions, potential uses for video increase.05/13/2019Today in Security: Europol Takes Down Two Dark Web MarketplacesShortly after Europol coordinated a multinational campaign against dark web marketplaces, new illegal trading sites are already emerging to fill the void. 05/10/2019Today in Security: Chinese National Charged For Anthem Breach A U.S. federal grand jury indicted a Chinese national for his alleged role in the 2015 Anthem data breach that compromised information on nearly 78 million people.05/09/2019Today in Security: Philadelphia may stop charging drug users as criminalsPhiladelphia District Attorney close to kicking off new policy that would place drug users in treatment instead of behind bars.05/08/2019Today in Security: Leadership Slots at DHS Still OpenSome concerned that leaving top posts vacant could harm operations. 05/07/2019Today in Security: Security Issues Featured at 2019 Satellite ConferenceAs space is commercialized, security threats increase.05/06/2019Today in Security: India Evacuated 1.2 Million Ahead of CycloneOfficials in India are deeming the evacuation of 1.2 million people a success after Cyclone Fani made landfall last week. 05/04/2019Today in Security History: The Haymarket AffairIn 1886, a labor protester in Chicago threw a bomb at police, triggering a violent riot that left at least 11 people dead.