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.

Drone Strikes Create Complications in International Security Law

The legality of drone strikes was a recurring theme among panelists speaking on national security and armed conflict at the 22nd Annual Review of the Field of National Security Law, held today at the Ritz Carlton in Washington, D.C.

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.

FBI Adds Terrorist Rapper to Most Wanted List

Omar Hammami is just as comfortable in the studio as he his carrying an AK-47. Since 2009, he’s released about a half-dozen rap tracks celebrating martyrdom and condemning the United States and Israel. Now his face will appear on posters at a post office near you.

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: LA ID Cards Approved, Security Industry Responds to Sandy, Boko Haram Expansion, and More

LA Council approved a plan for city IDs for undocumented immigrants. Several companies in the security industry have stepped up to provide assistance after Hurricane Sandy. Boko Haram expands its reach And More.

Morning Security Brief: Hajj Security, Next Generation SRDs, Honduran Police, and More

Security deployed ahead of the Hajj. DHS looking to fund next generation SRDs. Honduras to relieve 99 police officers. And more.

Morning Security Brief: UK Identity Plan Questioned, Drug Dog’s ‘First’ False Positive, Shooting Victim Dumped at Hospital

A security engineer says the UK’s plan to use social media to verify identities encourages people to be “lazy about protecting their online identity.” A drug detection dog alerts to a man’s anus, but there’s nothing there. Surveillance cameras catch a car dumping a shooting victim at a hospital. And more.

Morning Security Brief: ‘Breaking News’ Phishing Attack, Drone Strike Stats, Parliament Breach Reviewed, and More

Phishing attack disguised as breaking news from CNN. Researchers from Columbia find most drone strike statistics inaccurate. A staffing error leads to a security breach in Australian Parliament. And more.
 




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