NEWS & ANALYSIS

Morning Security Brief: Radioactive Material Investigations, Headlight Thefts, Most Dangerous Places to Travel, and More

Georgia investigations examine the region's nuclear material black market. Porsche headlight thefts in Amsterdam. Pakistan, Sudan, and Georgia named the most dangerous places to travel. And more.

Morning Security Brief: Syria Disconnected, Parastoo Speaks, Pan-Arab Security Conference, and More

Syria’s Internet is offline. The IAEA is targeted by a hacker called Parastoo. And the Pan-Arab security conference wraps up in Riyadh.

Morning Security Brief: Cyber Monday Safety, Bank Fined for Lack of Protection, Bangladesh Factory Fires, and More

Staying safe on Cyber Monday. Britain fines a bank for failing to implement risk management practices that could have prevented billions of dollars worth of fraud. Police open a negligence investigation as protests begin in the wake of Bangladesh factory fires. And more.

Morning Security Brief: OpIsrael Picks Up, Taliban Leaks E-mail List, Portland Security Officers Plan Strike, and More

Hackers step up cyberattacks against Israel. A Taliban spokesperson makes the group’s e-mail list public. Cuba to host peace talks between Colombia and the FARC. And more.

Morning Security Brief: NASA Breach, Anonymous Targets Israel, Marijuana Business, and More

A NASA laptop with personally identifiable information gets stolen. Anonymous launches an operation against Israel. People who want to sell marijuana legally are having a hard time trying to get started. And more.

Morning Security Brief: Petraeus Fallout, McAfee Wanted for Questioning, Biological Attack Modeling, and More

The Petraeus scandal just keeps getting bigger and bigger. McAfee founder a “person of interest” in neighbor’s murder. Iran tells why it shot at a U.S. drone. And more.

Morning Security Brief: Navy SEALs Punished, Police UAVs, LAPD Loses Excessive Force Suit, and More

Navy SEALs punished for leaking classified information. Stroke victim wins excessive force lawsuit against LAPD. See the different UAVs law enforcement uses. And more.

First Guilty Verdict in Operation Rhino

Yesterday, a Minneapolis janitor was convicted on five terrorism-related counts for facilitating the recruitment and travel of young men to join a Somali terrorist organization

Morning Security Brief: North Korea Issues New Threat, CIA Wants More Drones, and More

North Korea threatens a strike if South Korean activists launch propaganda balloons into the country. The U.S. is cooperating with Japan after two Navy personnel were arrested for rape. The CIA wants more armed drones. And more.

Morning Security Brief: Venezuela Election, Sovereign Citizens Movement, Arizona Man Guilty of Chemical Attack, and More

Venezuela's election happens peacefully despite initial panic from the public. The SPLC warns of the Sovereign Citizens Movement. Arizona man found guilty of launching a chemical attack in 2009. And more.
 




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