Technology & Data Science

Large gatherings of people at public meetings, conferences, concerts, sporting events, political or social rallies or for any other reason are always potential places for attacks, threats or potential problems.…

The February 2015 issue of School Safety Monthly zeroes in on a long-standing problem: the continued temptation among school safety stakeholders to ‘fight the last war’ by focusing their preparedness…

Unfortunately the news today always features at least one story about some type of threat and invasion of a security system within a company, government, organization or entity. While many…

The understanding of the need for cybersecurity with businesses of all sizes and in all industries is becoming increasingly evident. All anyone needs to do is listen to the news…

Evidence is mounting that schools around the world are an increasingly attractive target for terror groups: in April 2014, 276 female school children in Nigeria were abducted by the militant…

Blog by Bill Van Vleet, CEO of Haystax Technology Both the Germanwings tragedy late last month and the recent arrest of a Kansas man charged with providing material support to…

During the first half of the 2014-15 school year, violent threats against K-12 schools across the US increased 158 percent over the year before. A recent study of 812 threats…

On November 20th, Haystax hosted a webinar with Carahsoft to show how organizations are leveraging Haystax’s innovative threat management solutions. The presentation highlighted case studies from major customers and included…

Bryan Ware, Chief Technology Officer at Haystax Technology What if you knew…automatically and continuously…whom you could trust? Or perhaps when someone was engaged in behaviors that might lead to a lapse…