TAL Global has obtained the latest crime statistics for the last quarter, for São Paulo, one of Brazil’s major cities.

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Cybercrime’s annual global cost tops $110 Billion. Hackers’ illicit business is so booming that there are signs of inflation in the hacker-for-hire market. If you own, or am responsible for, even one computer, you owe it to yourself to know.

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TAL Global is offering a new global, digital executive protection, tracking and crisis management solution.

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On Friday, November 1st, 2013, 23 years-old Paul Ciancia opened fire at the LAX airport in Los Angeles, killing a TSA agent and wounding seven more people. Ciancia has effectively become a home grown terrorist. What can we learn from this attack?

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The Brazilian daily newspaper O Estado de Sao Paulo reports that the PCC (a Brazilian acronym for First Command of the Capital), a Sao Paulo-based crime syndicate threatens to unleash a campaign of terror during the upcoming World Cup Soccer in 2014.

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The exploding use of employee owned devices in the workplace is fraught with legal uncertainty.

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Dr. Erroll Southers, TAL Global’s Managing Director, Counter-Terrorism & Infrastructure Protection, provides initial insights about the significance and impact of the Nairobi’s Westgate Mall terror attack.

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Forbes magazine recently published a Blog posting about emergency communications and quoted TAL Global General Counsel and Managing Director of Information Security, Larry Dietz.

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Individuals who are radicalized over the Internet, often inspired by al-Qaeda’s jihadist message, are the most imminent terrorist threat to the U.S. This is the main conclusion of a new report released by the Bipartisan Policy Center’s (BPC) Homeland Security Project.

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Erroll Southers provides an unorthodox view on the link between democracy and homegrown terrorism.

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