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Experts: U.S. Vulnerable to Terror

Experts: U.S. Vulnerable to Terror

*The crises in Syria and Iraq have increased worries about terror cells taking aim at American targets, specifically New York, Boston, and Los Angeles. As larger cities step up their counterterrorism efforts, however, analysts debate whether less populated cities in the Midwest are safe or just as vulnerable to terror attacks. According to Homeland Security […]

From the region: Nightmare in Iraq–Don’t say we didn’t warn you

From the region: Nightmare in Iraq–Don’t say we didn’t warn you

by Arie Egozi  

Cyber Threats: Is Your Vehicle Safe?

Cyber Threats: Is Your Vehicle Safe?

Recently more and more vehicles and vehicle add-ons are connected to the internet, much like home computers and using their own IP address. This causes the cars we drive to be directly affected by the many cyber threats that today exist mostly on the internet. Taking over a car remotely isn’t a new phenomenon. According […]

DHS Revises Use of Deadly Force Along U.S. Borders

DHS Revises Use of Deadly Force Along U.S. Borders

As the Los Angeles Times reports, these new revisions arrive amidst increasing criticism of unreasonable use of force and a much publicized, leaked damning internal report – both within the past six months. This documentation reveals some glaring abuses, including the fact “that some border agents stood in front of moving vehicles as a pretext […]

Drones and Privacy – A Global Concern

Drones and Privacy – A Global Concern

  *Article courtesy Israel Homeland Security Editor’s Note: The manufacture, testing and development of drones is becoming a major industry in Ventura County: https://citizensjournal.us/drones-over-ventura-county/ Unmanned systems event 2014 – This is becoming an international problem. The use of drones for domestic security purposes, surveillance of citizens, and putative criminals and organizations raises many legal and […]

U.S. Warns Healthcare Providers Against Hackers

U.S. Warns Healthcare Providers Against Hackers

U.S. FAA Called to Expedite UAS Rulemaking

U.S. FAA Called to Expedite UAS Rulemaking

The Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) and the Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA) joined 31 other organizations in urging the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to expedite its Notice of Proposed Rule-making (NPRM) regulating the use of small unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) in U.S. airspace.

HeartBleed: The New Global Cyber Threat

HeartBleed: The New Global Cyber Threat

Editor’s Note: We posted a story last week on the National Security Administration’s exploitation of the HeartBleed virus.  This bug is a flaw in the protocol used on a majority of secured websites.  It is a serious problem that the NSA used for two years to gather data. Posted by Natalie Novitski *Article courtesy Israel […]