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The Government Technology & Services Coalition's Homeland Security Today (HSToday) is the premier news and information resource for the homeland security community, dedicated to elevating the discussions and insights that can support a safe and secure nation. A non-profit magazine and media platform, HSToday provides readers with the whole story, placing facts and comments in context to inform debate and drive realistic solutions to some of the nation’s most vexing security challenges.

U.S. Citizen Charged With Violating the Kingpin Act

A complaint was unsealed on July 6 in the Eastern District of New York charging Bryant Espinoza Aguilar, the stepson of Sinaloa Cartel leader and notorious fugitive Rafael Caro Quintero, with conspiring to commit violations of the Kingpin Act.

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DHS S&T Launches Long Range Broad Agency Announcement Webinar Series

The series will include webinars on canine detection research and development, countering unmanned aerial systems, and public safety threat prevention.

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WATCH: CBP’s John Wagner Discusses Myths, Future of Biometrics at the Border

Introducing HSToday’s new Leadership Interview series to increase clarity on the law and your government.

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Foreign Cyber Criminals Take Aim at Americans Working from Home

Millions of Americans have shifted to working at home indefinitely to help halt the spread of COVID-19, placing them outside of more secure office networks and away from company IT professionals.

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CISA Releases New Strategy To Improve Industrial Control System Cybersecurity

Securing Industrial Control Systems: A Unified Initiative is intended to help architects, owners and operators, vendors, integrators, researchers, and others in the ICS community build capabilities that lead to more secure ICS operations.

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Automotive Cyber Incidents Doubled in 2019, Reaching 188 Vulnerabilities

Automotive cyberattacks are possible since many vehicles are connected to the internet. Not only that, but new technologies also mean that there are more points of attack for cybercriminals.

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RSA Video Chronicles National Security Threat from China Railway Rolling Stock Corporation

A video released by the Rail Security Alliance (RSA) says that over the past five years, the China Railway Rolling Stock Corporation (CRRC) has infiltrated the United States.

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Proof-of-Concept Exploits Released for Critical F5 BIG-IP Vulnerabilities

US Cyber Command published an alert on social media urging users of the F5 BIG-IP Traffic Management User Interface (TMUI) to patch systems immediately due to flaws that threat actors may exploit to compromise systems.

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DMI Wins NIH Blanket Purchase Agreement for Advanced Technology Services

The multiple-award agreement will provide the National Institutes of Health with a range of professional IT program and technical services.

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IDEMIA Appoints Pierre Barrial as Group President and CEO

Barrial replaces Yann Delabrière who resumes his previous role as Chairman of the Board. Matthew Cole, who has joined the Group, has taken Barrial’s previous position as head of the Secure Enterprise Transactions division.

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CBP Officers Recover 40 Stolen Vehicles at Savannah Seaport

Some of the vehicles were obtained from car dealerships using fraudulent identities and stolen credit cards, while others were taken via fraud from rental car companies.

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DHS Selects George Washington University to Pilot New Center of Excellence in Security Technology Transition

The George Washington University will lead a new Center of Excellence that will deliver a pilot Master of Business Administration program focused on security technology transition from federal research and development to operational use.

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American Airlines Mechanic Arraigned on Indictment Charging Cocaine Importation Conspiracy

An American Airlines mechanic at John F. Kennedy International Airport, was arraigned July 6 on an indictment charging him with conspiracy to possess cocaine with intent to distribute, conspiracy to import cocaine and importation of cocaine.

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UN Report: Unite Human, Animal and Environmental Health to Prevent Another Pandemic

The report identifies seven trends driving the increasing emergence of zoonotic diseases, including a growing demand for animal protein, unsustainable farming practices and the global climate crisis.

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UN: Investment in Counterterrorism Vital as Groups Extend Reach Into New Areas

The UN Secretary-General has highlighted how the pandemic has laid bare vulnerabilities to “new and emerging forms of terrorism”, such as cyberattacks, bioterrorism and the misuse of digital technology.

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Organized Crime Groups Expolit Africa’s Mobile Money Industry

The criminal exploitation of mobile money services includes fraud, money laundering, extortion, human trafficking and people smuggling, the illegal wildlife trade and terrorism.

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