Jul 31, 2018
Larry Snow with the Secure Transportation and Executive Protection News for Tuesday, July 31st, 2018
In Executive Protection News
SURVEY TO ANALYZE TRENDS IN EXECUTIVE PROTECTION
Security Management magazine, with partner Groundwork, has commissioned a survey to examine current trends and challenges in executive protection planning and practice. Specifically, the research will be used to:
In Travel Security News
From The Hill
Thousands of Americans stand to be denied passports due to unpaid taxes
Hundreds of thousands of Americans stand to be denied new or renewed passports under a 2015 law requiring the IRS and State Department to deny passports to Americans with more than $51,000 in overdue tax debt.
In Cyber Security News
Identity Theft Protection Service Accidentally Exposes Identities
LifeLock, an identity protection service offered by Symantec, was recently "unlocked."
A website bug exposed millions of email addresses belonging to customers. Anyone on a web browser could change a number in the URL used to unsubscribe from LifeLock's emails, and it would enable them to collect the email addresses.
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