September 9, 2021
Reimagining Dining Experiences and Restaurant Design
COVID-19 has had a massive impact on the restaurant industry. For a large portion of 2020, many restaurants had to temporarily close or turn to offering take out only to maintain some business. Even now as restaurants in most states are open at capacity, the Delta variant has led to people once again being unwilling to eat out.
September 8, 2021
Dr. Joshua Sinai Discusses Latest Book Review in 'The Washington Times'
Recently, Dr. Joshua Sinai, professor of practice in Counterterrorism at Capitol, had a book review published in The Washington Times newspaper, titled, "Evaluating Afghanistan, a review of ‘Counterinsurgency: Theory and Reality." Dr.
September 7, 2021
Space Force's Next-Gen OPIR Missile Detection Program Pass Design Review
Space technology may not be at the forefront of your mind when thinking about homeland security, but it is for the U.S. Space Force, which recently cleared a major hurdle in the creation and implementation of its next missile detection system.
September 3, 2021
Improved lighting can reduce worker fatigue and accidents
The importance of lighting for worker safety and productivity is often overlooked but cannot be overstated. A recent report shared some simple lighting changes that can significantly improve efficiency and reduce factory accidents.
August 31, 2021
Samsung TV’s Surprising Remote Capabilities
At the beginning of July 2020, a Samsung warehouse in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa was robbed of an unknown amount of Samsung televisions. While the thieves may have hoped to resale the TVs, Samsung’s new Television Block Function threw a wrench in that plan.
August 27, 2021
How Facebook's expanded cybersecurity red team efforts go far beyond the social network
Facebook’s red team has always thwarted hackers by hacking their own system to find its vulnerabilities. Now Facebook has realized how expanded cybersecurity red teams can better protect networks by assessing third-party systems.