Industrial Security, Uncategorized

Theft on the rise in the Trucking Industry

Posted on 22 December 2011

I have previously published a story given to me by a Highly Reputable source who is directly involved in Cargo Theft and the Trucking Industry in general. My source had told me how independent Trucks that are left unattended overnight are being pilfered for their Tires, Diesel, Batteries and more. He attributed it to the ever increasing cost of doing business. It has become harder and harder to turn a profit in the trucking arena, therefore, disposable income for the above mentioned items is just not in their budget.

I have offered to create “Safe Zones” where truckers can park without getting ripped of but as of yet, I have had no takers.
If you are experiencing this problem and would like some help, please call me and I will put together a plan to help you out.

Scott Shonts
VP Business Development
Hunter Security
562 602 2700 ex106

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Legal Issues, Uncategorized

Big Brother is looking for more control !!!

Posted on 22 December 2011

The Federal Government is at it again! In case you haven’t heard, the Federal Government is threatening to withhold highway monies from states unless the comply with their wishes to end ALL Cellphone usage while operating a motor vehicle. Even though there is no supporting evidence that using your phone (hands free) has increased the rate of accidents. The other suggestion that is being tossed around is that Cell Phone Companies be authorized to CUT YOUR SIGNAL if it is detected that you are moving while using your phone !!! ARE YOU KIDDING ME !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! What’s next?

No children in the car? no radio? all of which can be distracting to drivers.
Speak out people !! Don’t let the Federal Government take away anymore of our freedoms by holding states hostage over Federal Highway monies

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Computer Security & Forensics, Uncategorized

Researchers Say Oracle Leaves Databases Needlessly Vulnerable

Posted on 24 October 2011

By: Ericka Chickowski


Some security researchers within the database community say Oracle is giving short shrift to database security, complaining that as the company has grown with acquisitions it has not maintained adequate resources to securely develop database products and resolve vulnerabilities found by researchers in a timely manner. Continue Reading

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