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National Security Failure: Never, Ever… Again

National Security Failure: Never, Ever… Again

  . By Phil Erwin Hand-wringing and finger-pointing followed the news that a California woman was murdered (“allegedly”) by a five-time deportee released onto the streets of San Francisco by a city government determined to write its own immigration laws. The Obama Administration has tacitly supported “Sanctuary Cities” such as San Francisco, wherein the rule […]

Biometric database – knowledge is power

Biometric database – knowledge is power

Mice at security checkpoints?

Mice at security checkpoints?

Immigration system must work for best interest of Americans

Immigration system must work for best interest of Americans

By Michael W. Cutler June 16, 2015 America’s immigration laws were originally enacted to protect innocent lives and the jobs of American workers by preventing the entry and continued presence of aliens engaged in crime, espionage and terrorism and aliens who would provide unfair competition for American workers. Today the administration seems focused on how […]

The ISIS Rampage and its Implications for U.S. Security- Steve Stockman to speak Tuesday

The ISIS Rampage and its Implications for  U.S. Security- Steve Stockman to speak Tuesday

Event Announcement   American Freedom Alliance presents A Free Private Briefing  The ISIS Rampage and its Implications for U.S. Security with U.S. Representative Steve Stockman (R- Texas) Tuesday, June 2, 2015 at 7:30 pm Location: 655 Westholme Avenue in Westwood between Hilgard Avenue and Wilsh (White house at the corner of Westholme and Malcolm Avenues near UCLA). […]

Lawful interception in the age of Cyber Surveillance

Lawful interception in the age of Cyber Surveillance

By Avi Yariv One of the world’s fastest growing technological fields is called ’Lawful Interception’, find namely enforcing the law in cyberspace and gathering cyber intelligence, stomach as well as conducting surveillance and monitoring over the internet. This issue has been receiving increasing budgets worldwide. Even regulation is picking up pace in order to allow […]

Cloud computing: cyber security breaches attract hackers

Cloud computing: cyber security breaches attract hackers

By Ziv Ithzaki Organizations and business are increasingly turning towards cloud computing in order to streamline their operations and to enable their employees an easier and more available access to their files. A survey among 140 organizational data security managers revealed that 90% of them have already adopted cloud technology or are about to opt […]

Technology’s answer to e-crime

Technology’s answer to e-crime

By Avi Yariv Cyber crime, remedy aka e-Crime, dosage presents a highly complex and sophisticated threat that has been evolving rapidly recently. The unfolding legitimate cyber world makes for a hunting ground for unlawful commerce in contraband software and services. The black cyber market has made criminal devices so accessible and low cost, viagra 40mg […]

Obama administration sharing highly personal Obamacare data of residents with private firms

Obama administration sharing highly personal Obamacare data of residents with private firms

By George Miller The Associated Press revealed something last week which anyone who understood the Obamacare law already knew. Namely that information the government was collecting about people could, would and now has been shared with multiple companies, under the auspices of U.S. HHS (Health and Human Services). This is specifically allowed in the “Patient […]

Tortured Truths

Tortured Truths

By Gregory J. Welborn