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Morning Security Brief: Family Research Council Shooter Indicted, Expert Suggests Swine Ban, and More

- Cell phone towers discovered as the cause for police communication disruption in Bay Area. Virginia man indicted for Family Research Council shooting. And H3N2v concerns lead one expert to call for a ban on pigs at fairs.

Morning Security Brief: Bomb in Building Undetected For Weeks, Domestic Terrorism in the U.S., Bin Laden Movie, and More

- A bomb sat in a government building for three weeks before it was identified. Difficulties addressing the lone wolf threat. The bin Laden movie. And more.

Morning Security Brief: Sikhs Reluctant to Add Security, Evacuations Begin Ahead of Ernesto, Reuters Hack, and More

- Sikhs reluctant to increase security at their houses of worship. Latin America preps for Ernesto. Old version of software led to Reuters hack. And more.

One-Stop Shop for Counterterrorists

- A comprehensive database of terrorist incidents within the United States aims to provide data to law enforcement, researchers, and the intelligence community.

Morning Security Brief: Covert Aid To Syria Authorized, Suspected Whistleblower Sues the Government, San Diego’s Alert System

- A former Intelligence Committee aide is suing to get her laptop back. San Diego launches new features for its emergency alert system. And more.

Trends in Terrorism Targets

- Surface transportation systems remain a target for terrorists, leading researchers to study such attacks to determine which deterrents are most successful.

One-Stop Shop for Counterterrorists

- A comprehensive database of terrorist incidents within the United States aims to provide data to law enforcement, researchers, and the intelligence community.

Officials Lay Out Terrorist Threats Facing Nation

- Lone wolves, homegrown extremists, and al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula threaten homeland security, according to homeland security and counterterrorism officials.

Morning Security Brief: GOP Convention Security, How James Holmes Amassed Weapons, Syria’s Chemical Weapons

- Tampa prepares for the GOP convention. Authorities reveal how the Aurora shooter amassed weapons. Syria admits to chemical weapons stockpiles, but says it would never use them against its own citizens. And more.

Reports on USPS Bioattack Response Exercise Forthcoming

- The final report may be released in two versions--a public version and a version for public health, law enforcement, and United State Postal Service officials.

Drone Lobbying Group Says the Average Person Couldn’t Hack a UAV

- As the unmanned aerial vehicle industry grows, so do concerns about their safety. A congressional hearing set for Thursday morning aims to get the facts around reports that UAVs can be easily hacked.

Morning Security Brief: Utah Airport Security Breach, Apologies from HSBC and G4S, Fraudulently Acquired IDs, & More

- A security breach at a small Utah airport raises security concerns. HSBC executives apologize for laundering Mexican cartel money. G4S CEO apologizes to British lawmakers for Olympic security staffing blunder. Fraudulently obtained driver's licenses in Minnesota worry DHS.

Morning Security Brief: El Salvador Murder Rate Drops, Solar Storm Reaches Earth, Florida to use DHS List for Voting, and More

- A truce between gangs cuts El Salvador’s murder rate. Sixth solar storm reaches Earth, causes no problems. Florida granted access to list of foreigners in the U.S. legally in an effort “prevent voter fraud.” And more.
 




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