The SPRIRC will be led by Dr. Gayle Iwamasa, a leading expert in mental health from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
To guard against the possibility of airborne transmission, EMS personnel should strictly adhere to standard, contact, and airborne precautions.
Verified: The Next Threat takes the listener on a journey from Russia, to Europe to the United States - to reveal how extremists are...
Are you tired of doing everything by yourself? Do you wish people would give you the help you need? Do you get frustrated when your attempts...
HSToday interview with Controp-USA at the 2022 Border Security Expo!
GTSC's Homeland Security Today interviews SAIC at the 2022 Border Security Expo!
If You Support Democracy, You Support Ukraine.
If You Support Nonproliferation, You Support Ukraine.
Disinformation in Practice: Case Study Ukraine
HSToday's State of Transportation Security with Administrator Pekoske
HSToday's Cybersecurity Awareness Month 2021: CIS New Community Defense Model
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HSToday Insider Threat Month: William Evanina, Former Director of the United States NCSC
Insider Threat Month: Stephanie Jaros, Director of Research, DOD Counter-Insider Threat Program
Legislators and policy makers should be mindful of the threat of home-made devices, especially now that 3D printers are less expensive than they were when the Department of Homeland Security warned they would be impossible to contain.
The study provides an overview of the proposed 5G Security Evaluation Process and applies the process to a private 5G network use case.
In total, 73 undergraduate and graduate-level students from across the five COEs and their affiliated universities participated in the hackathon.
Just after noon there were as many as 19 police officers in the school hallway, but it wasn't until 12:50 that Border Patrol moved in to kill shooter.
FBI superiors fired his source. Members of the cell were later found to be responsible for the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center.
During fiscal year (FY) 2020, U.S. marshals made 120,112 arrests, a 42% decrease from the 206,630 bookings in FY 2019.