SM Online September 2014
Print Issue: September 2014
CRIME IN SPORTS
Protecting the Integrity of Sport Competition: The Last Bet for Modern Sport, jointly issued by The University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and the International Centre for Sport Security, is the result of a two-year research project. The issuing institutions say it is the first-ever comprehensive report into the scale and scope of illegal activity related to sports.
Cyberbullying has tripled over the last year, according to McAfee’s 2014 Teens and the Screen Study: Exploring Online Privacy, Social Networking and Cyberbullying. The study found that 87 percent of youth reported witnessing cyberbullying over the last year, compared to the previous study in which just 27 percent said they had observed cruel online behavior.
Security consulting group IOActive released a white paper A Wake-up Call for SATCOM Security detailing vulnerabilities in satellite systems that keep aircraft, ships, and army personnel safe.
Also, read the testimony of Douglas Loverro, deputy assistant secretary of defense for space policy, as he explained the importance of space surveillance in critical infrastructure industries during a hearing before the Senate Armed Services Committee.
A MODEL FOR REGULATIONS
A new report from the Stimson Center advocates a new collaborative method for designing government regulations that involves the private sector from the start. The report, Partners in Prevention: Making Public-Private Security Cooperation More Efficient, Effective and Sustainable, was inspired by regulatory action designed to improve air cargo safety after printer cartridges packed with explosives nearly made their way to the United States.