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Securing Your Career in the Security Industry

Security Industry Association

Bureau of Labor Statistics forecast a more than 30% jump in cybersecurity employment opportunities by 2029, and that growth has created an urgent need for workers. Physical security is a growing industry that’s looking for talent to help build its next-generation workforce.

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Book Review: Constructing Risk

Recovery Diva

2029 Weather alerts about road conditions threatened by flood, landslide, and severe weather available internationally. 2030 Disaster information is freely and widely accessible to facilitate informed DRR decision making. 2030 Major floodplains, including the Mississippi, returned to function as a natural drainage basins.

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Internet Explorer will soon be gone. Here’s how to prepare your business to switch to Microsoft Edge

Online Computers

This mode allows IE-based sites and apps to work directly on Edge, and it's to be supported at least through 2029. This is why, in addition to helping IE users switch to Edge (more on this below), Microsoft is also including an IE mode in Microsoft Edge as a stopgap measure. How do you get to use IE mode on Microsoft Edge?

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Highlights From the 2024 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) and What It Means for the Security Industry

Security Industry Association

This change also applies to civilian agency procurements subject to BAA, which phases in from 65% in 2024 to 75% in 2029. Section 835 increases the domestic content threshold for major defense acquisition programs (programs with a cost of over $1.8 billion) to align with Buy American Act (BAA) Regulations.

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What the Buy American Rule Changes Could Mean for the Security Industry

Security Industry Association

The proposed rule would: Phase in an increase to the domestic content threshold (the domestic content percentage required for a product or construction material to be considered “domestic”) from the current 55% to 75% beginning in 2029.