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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.

CISA Releases Security Advisory for Geutebruck Devices

CISA has released an Industrial Control Systems (ICS) advisory detailing multiple vulnerabilities in multiple Geutebruck G-CAM E2 series devices and Encoder G-Code versions.

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Richard J. Fortunato Selected as Deputy Chief Patrol Agent for U.S. Border Patrol’s Swanton Sector

Deputy Chief Fortunato has also held a variety of leadership positions within key assignments of the U. S. Border Patrol to include both the Northern and Southern Borders. Additionally, he served in several assignments at the U.S. Border Patrol Headquarters.

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CBP Modifies Withhold Release Order on Imports of Carpets and Hand-Knotted Wool Products from Nepal

CBP issued a Withhold Release Order in July 1998 to prevent the importation of carpets and hand-knotted wool products from seven Nepalese companies, including Annapurna Carpet.

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Tijuana Accountability Review Board Conclusions on Murder of USDA Staff Member

The Tijuana ARB, as well as local and American law enforcement officials, concluded this unfortunate incident was a case of Mr. Flores being in the wrong place at the wrong time. 

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Saving Lives (and Breath) on the Wildland Fire Line

Record-high temperatures this summer mean that the 2021 fire season, which is well underway in several states, is likely to be devastating. As of July 22, 79 large fires and complexes have burned 1,448,053 acres, and more than 21,700 wildland firefighters and support personnel are assigned to wildfires across the United States.

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DHS S&T Launches Series 3 of Virtual Whole-of-Government R&D Showcase

This unique four-part series highlights how S&T and its partners across government are mobilizing research and development (R&D) teams to reduce risks from natural and human-induced disasters.

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DHS Approves Four Border Barrier Projects Using Wall Funding

DHS continues to review other paused border barrier projects presenting life, safety, environmental, or other remediation needs and will continue to conduct environmental planning.  

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DHS Statement on the Resumption of Expedited Removal for Certain Family Units

Certain family units who are not able to be expelled under Title 42 will now be placed in expedited removal proceedings.

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Pirates Who Hijacked a Chinese Vessel in 2020 Sentenced to Prison

On July 23, a Federal High Court in Lagos, Nigeria sentenced 10 pirates to prison under the Suppression of Piracy and Other Maritime Offenses, SPOMO ACT, for hijacking a Chinese fishing vessel, FV Hai Lu Feng II, in May 2020. 

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286 Arrested in Global Human Trafficking and Migrant Smuggling Operation

Colombia dismantled two different criminal organizations, making 22 arrests. While one group was dedicated to smuggling migrants to the U.S., the other group focused on bringing Cuban and Haitian migrants from Ecuador into Colombia.

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New Study Confirms Relationship Between Toxic Pollution, Climate Risks to Human Health

A team of researchers have analyzed data that shows countries that are most at risk of the impacts of climate change are most often also the countries facing the highest risks of toxic pollution.

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Climate Change Has National Security Implications, DOD Official Says

Understanding and dealing with climate change is important to national security and, therefore, to the Defense Department, the senior climate advisor to the defense secretary has said.

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Northrop Grumman Names Michael Witt as VP and Chief Sustainability Officer

Witt will lead Northrop Grumman’s sustainability initiatives to include designing and implementing enterprise-wide business practices for carbon reduction, resource efficiency and materials management.

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Northrop Grumman Awarded U.K. Ministry of Defence C2 Digital Enterprise Agreement

Northrop Grumman Corporation has signed a digital enterprise agreement for Interoperable C4I Services (ICS) and command and control (C2) technical consultancy with Defence Digital, a U.K. Ministry of Defence (MoD) organization.

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IDEMIA Appoints Dominique Cerutti as Group Board Member

Cerutti comes with over 35 years of experience in technology, R&D and engineering services. He has held several CEO positions with prominent technology companies and brings expertise in growing large-scale international businesses.

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Malware Targeting Pulse Secure Devices

As part of CISA’s ongoing response to Pulse Secure compromises, CISA has analyzed 13 malware samples related to exploited Pulse Secure devices.

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Artificial Intelligence: Next Frontier Is Cybersecurity

NSA’s Jason Wang, technical director for the Computer and Analytic Sciences Research Group, forecasted a future in which AI will support the Intelligence Community’s (IC) efforts to secure and defend our Nation’s networks.

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Spain and Serbia Dismantle Marijuana Trafficking Network

Two Europol specialists were deployed to Spain and Serbia equipped with a mobile office and a Universal Forensic Extraction Device. Information gathered during the operation was analyzed and exchanged in real-time and immediately cross-matched against Europol’s databases.

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