NEWS & ANALYSIS

GAO: Agencies Should Address Drone Security and Privacy Concerns

Congress's watchdog says federal agencies should address drone privacy and security concerns sooner rather than later.

GAO: Bureaucratic Hurdles Slow Down Counter-IED Progress in Pakistan

A U.S. counter-IED strategy along the Afghanistan-Pakistan border has suffered due to bureaucratic challenges between the U.S. and Pakistan, says a new GAO report.

CIA Releases Cache of Al Qaeda, 9-11 Docs

The CIA has released 800 pages of newly declassified documents on al Qaeda and the September 11 attacks in response to a Freedom of Information request from a national security blog.

Morning Security Brief: TSA Breaches, Stop and Frisk, Cybersecurity Information Sharing, and More

TSA managers not reporting half of security breaches to headquarters. The NYPD reports an increase in stop and frisk searches. The DoD is looking for contractors to participate in a cybersecurity information-sharing program. And more.

Morning Security Brief: Canada Releases Counterterrorism Strategy, Text to 911, VOIP Hack Racks Up $30k Bill, and More

Canada's counterterrorism strategy names radical Islam as number one threat. Ohio county introducing 911 feature that can receive SMS and pictures. A small company discovers that hackers around the world had been using its IP telephone setup. And more.

Morning Security Brief: Air Marshal Discrimination, Immigration Reform, Super Bowl Security, and More

Investigation concludes a hostile work environment doesn't exist at the Federal Air Marshal Service, even though air marshals believe it does. DHS urges the passage of the DREAM Act to help with immigration problems. Security at the Super Bowl. And more.

Morning Security Brief: Cloud Security Flaw, Airport Security, Investigating Worker's Comp, and More

Hackers reveal a major flaw in cloud security. Private pilots in Denver say federal security regulations stifle business. Government agencies use surveillance to investigate worker's comp. And more.

GAO Report Examines State Department Cybersecurity Risk Software

The State Department is at the forefront of federal efforts to develop continuous monitoring capabilities for computer networks.

GAO: More Protection For Whistleblowers Could Help Combat Antitrust Crime

Antitrust violators who report themselves are offered leniency, but whistleblowers are left unprotected.

GAO Suggests 'No-Fly' List for Potential Child Abductors

International parental child abductions are on the rise, according to U.S. State Department data. A new U.S. Government Accountability Office report considers how some abductions might be stopped at the airport with a new 'No-Fly' list.
 




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