Rick Smith, head of Securus Technologies, says his company is helping solve crimes while providing humane access to prisoners. Angry critics claim otherwise.
A trade show underway in New Orleans this week offers a peek inside the $80 billion industry built around incarceration.
Meet Windward, The Israeli Startup Using Algorithms To Snare Human Traffickers, Terrorists, And Drug Smugglers At Sea
Ami Daniel, the CEO of Windward, believes Europe’s security crisis can be aided with an algorithm to help find the bad guys of the seas.
The LAPD Plans To Buy 7,000 Police Body Cameras, But Administrators Balk Over Price And Critics Cry Foul
If a contract is approved, the LAPD will have more officers wearing the devices than the combined forces of Chicago, New York City, Philadelphia and Houston.
Long-form journalism is experiencing a renaissance. Curl up with an iPad and enjoy some of the best long reads of the year.
As a recent show in Los Angeles proved, the drone economy is heating up in the U.S., with big holiday sales expected. But regulation could affect growth.
Taser, the billion-dollar weapons behemoth, has captured the U.S. market. Now, it wants to conquer Europe.
San Bernardino Shooting: How To Define Domestic Terrorism In An Era Of Mass Shootings And Hate Groups
It's too soon to determine if Wednesday's deadly rampage in San Bernardino, California, meets an FBI definition of domestic terrorism, authorities said.
As nations place new arrivals under more scrutiny, they're increasingly turning to new identification technologies that are tipped for big growth in the coming years.
Europe's Police Face A More Paramilitary Future As Governments Boost Spending On Anti-Terror Arms [VIDEO]
At a counterterrorism conference in Paris, companies that profit from increased spending in the fight against terrorism showed off their gear.
A report shows that over 4 million Americans are currently under some form of community supervision.
Police raided 22 sites and arrested 16 men, but the main subject of their manhunt, Salah Abdeslam, remains at large.
Some dispensary owners are hurting as the state continues to approve licenses for new businesses.
New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer said Sunday that rental car companies charge unnecessary and exorbitantly high E-ZPass fees.
French police have posted a picture of the third suicide bomber in an effort to learn his identity.
Belgian police sought suspected terrorist Salah Abdeslam in Brussels as the country’s prime minister's ordered the highest level of terror alert to continue into Monday.
Drones that watch, fire tear gas canisters or even fire bullets are on display at the Milipol police expo in Paris. So, too are anti-drone devices.
Paris Security Expo Video: Drones, Assault Rifles, Body Armor And Robots On Display As Terror Raids Continue
Nearly 1,000 defense companies came to Paris in the wake of the terror attacks for Milipol, Europe's biggest security conference.
After the Paris attacks, sales of security-related products will likely surge. Many products will be on display at Milipol, Europe's largest national security trade show.
Securus Technologies, a prison technology company, blames a rogue employee -- not outsiders -- for a data breach that exposed 70 million inmate phone calls.
In an exclusive interview with IBT, FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn recalls the very personal reason she made it her cause to regulate prison phone calls.
Two major prison tech companies, Global Tel*Link and Securus Technologies, say new rules on phone calls will put lives in danger.
Today, regulators will force companies to lower the rates they charge inmates and their families. But the companies won't go down without a fight.
Electronic monitoring might seem like a better system than jailing millions of people. But there’s a darker side to the technology.
The U.S. Department of Defense set up shop in the tech epicenter in August, with talk of "partnerships." But will techies want to work for it?
Lund University, a prestigious college in Sweden, announced it had cancelled classes on Monday due to an anonymous threat made on a popular app.
A global campaign to shine a light on food waste brings thousands to Athens for free fruits and vegetables.
A helicopter crash near a NATO base in Kabul has been ruled an accident. The incident killed five members of a NATO-led advisory unit and injured five more.
New York Giants tight end Daniel Fells might lose his foot because of MRSA, a bacterial infection, but he’s hardly the first NFL player to get sick from the infection.
As drones go mainstream, there’s been an uptick in police responding to drone-related incidents.