“Unfamiliarity” with the terror group’s instructions and news is “undoubtedly disappointing,” says publication, urging “brothers in the media to prepare articles of knowledge, books, and magazines released by the Islamic State on major issues.”
The report noted that CBP’s post-breach assessments and mitigation “identified potential security vulnerabilities at four airports conducting similar facial recognition pilots.”
DHS compares cost per flight for CBP and Coast Guard air operations, but does not conduct cost-per-float assessments on marine operations.
One month ago, an English-language monthly magazine produced by ISIS supporters urged followers to “race” to emulate the Charlie Hebdo attack, arguing that governments aren’t doing enough to punish those viewed by the terror group as blasphemers.
Even this flu season “was highly unusual in that both strains A and B overlapped for much longer than normal.”
One leader plans to “continue to practice using” telework “even when it’s not necessary to use in a contingency.”
“If IUU fishing continues unchecked, we can expect deterioration of fragile coastal states and increased tension among foreign-fishing nations, threatening geo-political stability around the world,” says commandant.
The Bureau usually has about 1,000 domestic terrorism investigations open each year, but “it’s higher than that this year.”
Terror groups are attracted to the tactic of wildland arson for casualty and damage potential, simplicity, and messaging.
Wray that relationships with other federal agencies, other nations, and the private sector will be critical to the strategy as the FBI will “not only pursue our own actions,” but “enable our partners to defend networks, attribute malicious activity, sanction bad behavior, and take the fight to our adversaries overseas.”
In a ruling Friday blocking the Trump administration from enforcing new asylum employment authorization restrictions, federal Judge Paula Xinis wrote that the plaintiffs “are likely to demonstrate” order of succession was invalid.
Customs and Border Protection’s Office of Field Operations launched a website this month intended to foster transparency with stakeholders and the public about their biometrics entry/exit program.
Frustrated law enforcement agencies took to social media to dispel the rumors and plead with the public to stop tying up their valuable resources and making first responders’ jobs more difficult with false reports as the fires continue to spread.
There are some familiar faces as well as new threats keeping counter-extremism on its toes.
“It serves the people in vital ways… continually remind the American people of all the ways Homeland Security protects us,” said Jeh Johnson in forum with Michael Chertoff and Janet Napolitano.
Brian Murphy says he was demoted for “protected disclosures … primarily focused on the compilation of intelligence reports and threat assessments that conflicted with policy objectives set forth by the White House.”
He criticized “a vocal and ill-informed minority” that “has clamored to paint recent DHS actions as examples of mission drift.”
Pair allegedly discussed accelerationist attacks including courthouse bombing, killing 20 senators and killing media members.
Defense Secretary Mark Esper said “improving our lethality and our readiness” and “strengthening our alliances and partnerships” along with funding critical technology are key to Indo-Pacific maritime security as China increases “provocative” behavior in the region.
“As funding becomes available” S&T, in coordination with CISA, will conduct vulnerability testing for electromagnetic pulse.