Morning Security Brief: Confusion on Ebola Policies and Procedures, EU Data Policy, Wearable Panic Buttons for Schools, and More

Policies and procedures surrounding individuals who may have been exposed to Ebola are muddled, and the CDC is attempting to offer guidance. A Swedish Internet service provider has been ordered by a court to retain metadata for police that indicates a customer or subscriber's location information. A Bergen County, New Jersey school is implementing wearable panic buttons for its staff of nearly 100. And more.

FBI Says It's Not Storing Information on New Site Geared Toward Middle School Students

The FBI says that it is not collecting private information of children who log on to its new Internet safety site that lets schools compete against each other in online safety competitions.

Morning Security Brief: Olympics Security Plans Found On Train, Google's Cybersecurity Campaign, White House Lockdown, and More

A police officer leaves the security plans for the 2012 Olympics on a commuter train. Google creates a new page to teach Internet users about cybersecurity. White House put on lockdown during Occupy protests. And more.

EPA Puts Chemical Databases Online

Chemical exposure studies and toxicity from more than 500 tests conducted on more than 300 chemicals will be available for public viewing online thanks to two new databases from the Environmental Protection Agency.

Is the iPad Useful for Security Professionals?

The iPad reportedly already accounts for .03% of Web traffic. That might not sound like a lot but that's compared to the BlackBerry's .04%, according to Engadget. What's that have to do with security you ask?

Colorado Releases Video Describing the 8 Signs of Terrorism

In an effort to educate and increase ordinary citizens' awareness of terrorism planning, the state of Colorado, its fusion center, the FBI, and the nonprofit Center for Empowered Living and Learning (CELL) have co-produced a video exploring suspicious activities that may indicate terrorist planning.

Raytheon Pushes Math and Science, Both Critical to Cybersecurity It Says

Raytheon agrees with President Obama: math and science literacy is critical to the country's future and its cybersecurity. Here's how the company's helping.

Homeland Security Heads to High School

Since 9-11, colleges and universities began offering degrees in homeland security. Now that trend has perculated down to high schools, reports The Los Angeles Times.

Study of Bullies' Brains Shows Enjoyment of Inflicting Pain

Bullies may get pleasure from the pain they inflict on bullies. That's the finding of a study reported in the current issue of the journal Biological Psychology,according to The National Science Foundation.

DHS and Sesame Street Teach Kids About Disaster Preparedness

The Department of Homeland Security teams up with Sesame Workshop to bring disaster preparedness messages to young children.

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