Morning Security Brief: Update on Malaysian Airlines Flight, Boston Marathon Security Amped Up, And More.

The head of Interpol said on Tuesday that the disappearance of Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 is probably not related to terrorism; the Boston Marathon, scheduled for April 21, will have tighter security measures and record attendance; and a cybersecurity firm says it has uncovered more than 360 million credentials newly available on the black market for purchase by cybercriminals.

Morning Security Brief: Malaysia Flight, Ukraine Standoff, and Cybersecurity Jobs

Probe launched on missing airliner, Ukraine-Russian conflict deepens, and Washington, D.C., leads in cybersecurity jobs.

Morning Security Brief: Crimean Lawmakers Travel to Russia, CIA Faces Scrutiny, And More

Lawmakers from Crimea travel to Ukraine to begin the process of joining Russia, the CIA handles allegations of wrongdoing in searching Congressional computers, and more.

Upcoming Referendum Crucial in Ukraine Conflict, Expert Says

A leading Ukrainian expert briefed ASIS members on the unfolding crisis in the Crimea during a CSO Roundtable teleconference on Thursday.

Morning Security Brief: Ukrainian Conflict Goes Cyber, Bitcoin Hacking Woes, and Sally Beauty Data Breach

Ukrainian and Russian activists are taking the battlefield online by hacking government Web sites. Virtual currency exchange service Flexcoin closes its doors after being drained financially by hackers. And information from 282,000 credit cards used at Sally Beauty has surfaced on cybercrime markets.

Morning Security Brief: China Vows Terrorist Crackdown, Cyber Initiatives Funding, Electronic Spying, and More

China's president calls for crackdown on terrorists in the wake the Kunming attack. Obama's budget would heavily fund DHS cyber initiatives. The U.S. government's electronic spying tools could end up in the wrong hands, experts fear.

Morning Security Brief: U.S. Offers Ukraine $1 Billion; ATMs Face Major Security Risk; GAO Report on Electronic Health Records

The U.S. offers $1 billion in subsidies to Ukraine and prepares sanctions against Russia; a majority of bank ATMs in the United States face major cyber risks as the Windows XP operating system loses tech support; and a GAO report says the government needs to move on plans to maintain separate but interoperable electronic health records systems.

Morning Security Brief: Ukraine's Ousted President Urges Calm, GAO Issues New Chemical Facility Report, And More

Ukraine's ousted president makes his first public appearance in Russia, the Government Accountability Office issues a new report on chemical facility security, and Yahoo's webcam users are compromised.

DHS Secretary Makes First Appearance Before House Homeland Security Committee

Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson makes his first appearance before the House Homeland Security Committee to discuss his vision and priorities for the department.

Morning Security Brief: Deadly Force on the Border, North Korea Launches Missiles, And More

A report reveals that Border Patrol agents have used excessive force along the U.S.-Mexico border, resulting in 19 deaths. North Korea launched four short-range missiles Thursday in response to South Korea's military drills. And Target takes a financial hit from the data breach, Women's Security Council annual awards opened, and more.

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