Where Uncle Sam Shops for Security Systems

The Defense Intelligence Worldwide Trade Show Want to learn about engaging and educating the very people whose job it is to procure security systems for the various branches of the US government?  Visit the yearly (formerly known as the DoDIIS Worldwide Conference), where Uncle Sam shops for security systems. Bringing together hundreds of defense contractors, security.. read more →

The Appeal of Modular Construction for the Federal Government

Permanent Modular Construction Modular construction of federal projects such as SCIFs has a lot of appeal in Congress, since they represent a way of saving on construction costs. SCIFs are also durable structures that have a reduced impact on the environment. The term permanent modular constructions (PMC), a term used in the Appropriations Report Language,.. read more →

Listen Up – How Sound Transmission Class Ratings Relates to SCIF Security

When it comes to breaching a facility’s audio security, sometimes it doesn’t take high tech electronics. All it takes is the lowest tech of all: ears. That’s right. All the high tech security in the world does not help if a classified conversation can be heard by a covert operative standing nearby. This is why.. read more →

Keeping a Secret Is Hard to Do

Getting Hacked Hurts During the Cold War, spies used to use contrivances like dead drops and microdots to hide their nefarious activities. While such old school techniques are a little out of date by today’s standards, we’ve seen that it’s hard to keep secrets in the information age too. Recently publicized data security breaches and hacking.. read more →