CBP revisits use of body-worn cameras at the border
The technology would support an incident-driven video recording system the agency is already piloting to record agents' interactions with the public.
Lack of talent — not organization — plagues CISA, says Jeh Johnson
Recent substantial cyberattacks have lawmakers questioning CISA's place within DHS, but the cyber workforce is the bigger issue, said one former DHS secretary.
Secret Service wants 2,000 body-worn cameras
The desired cameras will have live feeds that can be remotely monitored, store video in a FedRAMP-certified cloud and produce auditable logs with cybersecurity protections.
DHS’s ability to counter drones is ‘limited’ because the office in charge didn’t request funding
Without money, the Office of Policy couldn't hire the subject matter experts it needed to create a realistic work plan and complete guidance for authorized agencies.
Secret Service testing counter-drone tech at U.N. General Assembly
The agency said in a report that any personally identifiable information its systems capture is incidental and won't be stored.
The Secret Service is testing facial recognition technology at the White House
A nine-month pilot program will be run using volunteer Secret Service employees.