Banking By Smart Speaker Arrives, But Security Issues ExistBig banks and financial companies have started to offer banking through virtual assistants — Alexa, Siri, and Google Assistant — in a way that will allow customers to perform tasks just with their voice.
Data Breach Affects 92M MyHeritage DNA Testing Service UsersData breaches are always problematic, but they can be especially troubling when they happen on platforms with access to supersensitive information -- like your DNA.
TMS Can Now Take Down Unauthorized Drones At Racetime Fans at the Texas Motor Speedway are now protected from drones thanks to NASCAR hiring security solutions company, DroneShield to remotely disable them.
Dallas Police Officers, City Leaders Pleased With Security UpgradeCrews are putting up fencing at the department's northeast and south central substations. The $3 million project should be completed at all seven substations in July.
Security Upgrades At DPD HQ & Substations Nearing CompletionEver since an attack on Dallas police headquarters in 2015, there has been a call to better protect officers. Now, major upgrades to security at police stations are nearing completion.
Texas School To Build Police Substation On Campus One Texas school is taking security to the next level by adding a police substation to the campus.
US Intelligence Boss To AP: Security Clearances Are ‘Broken’The Trump administration’s intelligence chief says the government’s background checks system is “broken” and must be completely overhauled.
Sledgehammered Dallas Police Cars Raise Concerns For Officer SafetyGregory Simpson, 58, of Dallas, was arrested early Sunday and charged with criminal mischief causing damage of more than $2,500 and less than $30,000.
Ho Ho Oh No: How Malware Hijacks Holiday ShoppingOnline shoppers this holiday season may be getting more than they bargained for: Alongside gadgets, clothes and stocking stuffers, many are picking up invasive computer viruses.
Texas Man Reportedly Fined, To Be Deported After UAE ArrestA state-aligned newspaper in the United Arab Emirates says a North Texas man who was arrested for taking photographs at the Abu Dhabi International Airport has been fined and will be deported.
Bishop Says Texas Shooting Shows Need For Church Security"It feels like the kind of thing that you know, it could happen anywhere. So I think that it's really hit home for people," said Bishop Larry Wohlrabe.
'So Many Babies In There': Church Shooting Claims 8 ChildrenBy the time Paul Brunner rolled up in his ambulance to the worst mass shooting in Texas history, the First Baptist Church was a chaotic triage scene. Two of the first four patients the burly volunteer medic loaded into ambulances were children.