ATLANTIC CITY—The Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort is investing $5 million to upgrade its security in parts of the casino and its parking garage, which was the scene of two fatal carjackings in the past two years, according to local news reports.
NEW YORK—The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey will pay the consulting firm founded by former Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff an additional $650,000 to help the agency restructure its security operation.
BURLINGTON, Mass.—Corporate campuses and manufacturing facilities, which fear fallout from negative newspaper headlines, are helping drive the market for mass notification systems, according to comments during a recent emergency management seminar held here.
PHILADELPHIA—At 58 stories and 975-feet tall, the Comcast Center is the tallest building between New York City and Chicago. It is also the first skyscraper to be completed since 9/11, construction having been finished in 2007.
WASHINGTON—The North American Electric Reliability Corp. has released for comment its latest version of physical and cyber security standards for the electric utility industry, including some changes that will place a larger burden on security directors.