Daily Report – 5/22/17

Top Stories
Trump’s Old City walk prompts unprecedented security (Jerusalem, Israel) – The Times of Israel
Stores were closed, thousands of police were deployed and some residents were to be temporarily evicted from their homes, amid unprecedented security arrangements for US President Donald Trump’s walk through the Old City of Jerusalem on Monday afternoon. (read more)
Extra security needed at school of Zaza Pachulia’s kids after Kawhi Leonard incident (San Francisco) – CBS Sports
Though at the core they are merely a game, sports have gotten continually more serious over the years, as the stakes and money involved keep getting higher and higher. Unfortunately, that can lead to some pretty bad moments off the field, as has just happened again in with Zaza Pachulia’s family in regard to the incident in the third quarter of Game 1, in which Leonard sprained his ankle after landing on Pachulia’s foot. (read more)
Cannes Theater Evacuated Amid Security Scare (Cannes, France) – The Hollywood Reporter
A Cannes cinema in the Palais was evacuated Saturday evening amid a security scare. (read more)
Federal, State and Municipal Security
Business Owners in Deep Ellum Speed Big Bucks to Beef Up Security (Deep Ellum, Texas) – NBCDFW.com
Residents of Deep Ellum will see uniformed police officers walking the streets this weekend. (read more)
House Seeks Security Upgrades at Members’ Offices Back Home – NBC Washington
The U.S. House’s Sergeant-at-Arms is seeking at least $2 million to increase security at Congress members’ offices in their home districts, the News4 I-Team has learned. (read more)
State police to use video surveillance on expressways to combat shootings (Illinois) – Chicago Tribune
Illinois State Police said they will use video surveillance cameras on expressways to curb shootings on the roads. (read more)
Campus Security
Feds seize guns of 8 Chinese students at University of Arizona (Tucson, Ariz.) – The Arizona Republic
In recent months, federal and state officials have cited at least eight Chinese students at the University of Arizona for fraudulently obtaining resident hunting licenses, and also seized from them a number of firearms obtained using those licenses. (read more)
Authorities: Stabbing of black student possible hate crime (College Park, Md.) – WREX.com
The FBI is investigating the fatal stabbing of a black student visiting the University of Maryland as a possible hate crime after a white student with ties to a Facebook group that posts disparaging material about African Americans was arrested in his death, authorities say. (read more)
Pepperdine to Install New Locks on Administrative Buildings, Library (Malibu, Calif.) – Campus Safety
NAPCO Security Technologies Inc. announced on Tuesday that Pepperdine University has placed a large order for approximately 300 Trilogy Networx Locks for use on its campus in Malibu, Calif. (read more)
No one is watching | School security cameras stay broken for months (Atlanta) – 11Alive.com
The Atlanta Public School system has more than 4,000 cameras watching over their students and staff. (read more)
Transportation Security
Unruly man on Hawaii flight caused security breach at LAX hours earlier – Los Angeles Times
The radio call came in at 2:45 a.m. Friday about a man who had stepped out of an emergency fire exit leading to the Los Angeles International Airport tarmac and loudly asked, “Where can I get something to eat around here?” (read more)
Cyber Security
Security breach prompts password reset for Williamson students (Williamson County, Tenn.) – The Tennessean
Williamson County Schools will change all student passwords because of a recent security breach. (read more)
Ingham County could face $2M cost to boost computer security (Lansing, Mich.) – ABC12.com
An Ingham County official is suggesting actions that could cost nearly $2 million to strengthen the county’s cybersecurity following a computer network attack last month. (read more)
Senate racing to make its websites hack-proof – Washington Examiner
The U.S. Senate has begun shoring up the security of its websites, a step the House has yet to take. Yet both chambers of Congress are far from making their websites not only secure but also accessible. (read more)
Home Security/Automation
Five Reasons Why Smart Home Features Increase Property Values – Security Sales & Integration
As successful security salespeople understand, prospective customers oftentimes do not focus solely on price but actually place a higher importance on other attributes. By skillfully framing the sales dialogue using knowledge of those attributes, installing security contractors can move the focus from price to value. (read more)
Security Industry
Huronia acquires in Ontario – Security Systems News
Huronia Alarm & Fire Security Inc., a full service security company based here, announced on May 10 the largest acquisition in its history, purchasing Peerless Security & Muskoka Fire Protection Services Limited. The deal adds 2,000 accounts to Huronia’s existing base of 6,000 accounts. (read more)

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