Body Scanners Chances are, you've heard about the full-body scanners that the TSA is rolling out across the country. This latest move from the TSA brings up three main concerns: health, privacy and security. Currently, there are two types of full-body scanners out there. One is a...

9-11 Security Before 9/11, the reality of airport and airline security was that it was nothing more than a psychological attempt to deter emotionally disturbed people from hijacking a plane. Now, nine years after 9/11, there are those who would argue that airport security has evolved...

  Combating Identity Theft By Peter Greenberg If you think identity theft can't happen to you, think again. According to the FTC, as many as nine million American adults are victims of identity theft each year. That risk increases when you let your guard down, and unfortunately, that's...

Be Prepared Whether it's a natural disaster, pandemic or civil unrest, travel catastrophes happen and it's important to be prepared before you hit the road. Your first step is to get out the laminator: that's right, bring laminated copies of your travel itinerary, the photo page...

Hotel Safety No doubt about it, the thought of a terrorist attack on a hotel on U.S. soil is a terrifying one. Hotels are considered a “soft target” because their business model relies on a constant flow of people to generate revenue. Multiple entrances and exits,...