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Imbalanced Sentencing in Federal Terrorism Cases: Research

New research published on Perspectives on Terrorism looks at the imbalance of sentencing in Federal terrorism cases, as recent mass casualty attacks in the U.S. have reignited debate around the need for new legislation to effectively prosecute domestic terrorism.

Modern Security Solutions for 22 Known VPN Vulnerabilities

A new collaborative report by the U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency and the Federal Bureau of Investigation, alongside multiple international partners, details 22 known exploited vulnerabilities (KEVs) with legacy VPN systems that can be exploited by cyber criminals and nation-state actors.

OIG: Improvements to Asylum Seeker & Noncitizen Screening Required by DHS

The Office of Inspector General (OIG) recently released a report detailing how and why the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) needs to make improvements to the way it screens asylum seekers and noncitizens applying for admission into the United States.

Woman Caught with Loaded Gun at Huntington Tri-State Airport Checkpoint

A Laeger, W.Va., woman was stopped by Transportation Security Administration (TSA) officers at West Virginia International Yeager Airport with a loaded firearm in her carry-on bag on Monday, June 10.

Three ISIS Militants Killed in U.S. Airstrike Over Somalia

U.S. Africa Command released a statement detailing a military airstrike launched in coordination with the Federal Government of Somalia on May 31, 2024, which targeted ISIS militants in a remote area near Dhaardaar, which lies roughly 81 km southeast of Bosaso, Somalia.

Countering Transnational Racially or Ethnically Motivated Violent Extremism

Norway hosted a two-day interactive workshop last week to address the latest developments on ‘Racially or Ethnically Motivated Violent Extremism’ (REMVE) and discuss ways to enhance the recommendations and good practices included in the Global Counterterrorism Task Force’s (GCTF) REMVE Toolkit.

WEBINAR: Supply Chain Resilience in The Defense Industrial Base

The Department of Defense and the defense industrial base encounter unique challenges in addressing and improving supply chain risk management.

‘Taliban 2.0’ with Lynne O’Donnell

Tune in to the latest episode 8AM Media’s podcast series, Insights, hosted by Lynne O’Donnell, who talks with generals, diplomats, soldiers, journalists, politicians, activists, people with a front row seat for conflicts around the world, and citizens with a story to tell.

Cultivate Your Garden

After 35 years in strategic and crisis communications, I wanted to give something back.  I invited a colleague, Rebecca Kuperberg to join me.

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