Passenger name record data could provide more visibility on high-risk individuals or threats onboard cruiselines, CBP acknowledgesKeep Reading
USCIS director promises thorough security checksKeep Reading
Word-of-mouth and a state law are driving a spike in businesses signing up for E-Verify, a federal database created to help them confirm their employees legally can work in the United States.Keep Reading
Two competing bills relating to the E-Verify employment system that tries to weed out undocumented workers drew advocates for both sides at a hearing before the Rhode Island House Committee on Labor Tuesday night.Keep Reading
While operational testing of imaging technologies has improved, GAO finds further cost-benefit analysis is needed.
All inmates booked into Orange County jails will have their immigration status checked through a fingerprint identification program that started Tuesday.Keep Reading
There have been eight instances in which individuals have attempted to use fraudulent TWIC cards Keep Reading
FBI watchlists more suspected terror associatesKeep Reading
ICE agents investigating visas in US consular posts would stop would-be terrorists like the Christmas Day Bomber, congressman arguesKeep Reading
The Department of Homeland Security's controversial and much-touted E-Verify program might be failing to detect one out of two illegal workers whose employment authorizations are screened, outside consultants have told the agency.
DHS lacks readers that scan digital signatureKeep Reading
Joint declaration addresses passenger and cargo security.
Only 5,567 of 250,000 employees had PIV cards as of Sept. 2009Keep Reading
Large state program would absorb some smaller grantsKeep Reading
GAO cites progress but ongoing challenges.
Napolitano meets with European political and business leaders.
Local law enforcement deploying biometrics databases Keep Reading
Would have caused Abdulmutallab to be subjected to closer physical screening Keep Reading
The attempted bombing of Northwest Flight 253 by an Al Qaeda operative continues to be near the top of the priority list for the White House and the Department of Homeland Security. President Obama on Sunday said that Al Qaeda was behind the plot to blow up a Detroit-bound airliner on Christmas Day. In his weekly interview with Federal News Radio, Homeland Security Today Editor David Silverberg discusses why the attack has become a political issue as well as the need for whole body imaging security screening.