Morning Security Brief: San Jose Airport Breach, Contractor Cyberattack, and Ebola in Nigeria

A homeless woman was able to board a flight in San Jose without a ticket, marking the second major breach at the airport in 2014. Government contractor USIS is the victim of a cyberattack, potentially compromising government employees' personal information. And Ebola has spread to Nigeria, causing the country to declare a health emergency.

Morning Security Brief: Stolen Internet Credentials, Watch List Info Leaked, Water Treatment Plant Security, and More

A Russian crime group has amassed the largest known collection of stolen Internet credentials. Leaked classified documents reveal the extent of the U.S. government's terrorist suspect watch list. There are security concerns at a Chicago water treatment plant. India is adopting drone use.

Morning Security Brief: DOT Considers Ban on In-Flight Phone Calls, P.F. Chang's Security Breach, Child Exploitation, and More

The U.S. Department of Transportation may ban in-flight phone calls. Restaurant chain P.F. Chang's revealed more details about the security breach that hit its payment card network in June. Google has tipped off police to child pornography in a man's e-mail account. And more.

Morning Security Brief: China Earthquake, California Mudslide, Intelligence Report, and Detained Americans

Earthquake in China kills hundreds, mudslides and floods strand Californians, Senate panel releases separate intelligence reports, and Americans are detained in North Korea.

National Protection Framework Released

The federal government has released the National Protection Framework, a planning document that covers the capabilities necessary to secure the homeland against acts of terrorism and manmade or natural disasters.

Morning Security Brief: Fatal Explosions, Ebola Warning, India Landslide, and Cybersecurity Bills

Gas explosions kill dozens in Taiwan, the CDC issues travel warnings due to Ebola, a landslide in India claims 66 lives, and the House passes cybersecurity legislation.

CIA Admits to Breaching Senate Intelligence Committee Computers

The CIA has admitted to spying on computers used by the Senate Intelligence Committee, an allegation the agency had previously denied.

Morning Security Brief: Investigators Reach Crash Site, Ebola a Humanitiarian Crisis, and USB Security

An international team of investigators has reached the crash site of Malaysia Airlines FLight 17. Liberia has asked for help in stopping the Ebola outbreak, while British immigration and customs officers say they need more training on what to do with infected passengers. And USB security may be an oxymoron.

Morning Security Brief: New Sanctions, CDC Fears Ebola Spread, Vulnerabilities of the Internet of Things, and More

The United States and European Union have announced increased sanctions against Russia. U.S. health officials are concerned about international travelers spreading Ebola. The Internet of Things has significant vulnerabilities. And more.

NSA's Actions Threaten U.S. Economy and Internet Security, New Report Suggests

New America releases a report detailing the impact the U.S. National Security Agency's actions have on the U.S. economy, American foreign policy, and the security of the Internet as a whole.

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