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Kylie Bull

Kylie Bull has 99 articles published.

Kylie Bull
Kylie Bull has 20 years' experience in reporting and editing a wide range of security topics, covering geopolitical and policy analysis to international and country-specific trends and events. She is an editor and contributor for Jane's by IHS Markit, a columnist for security and counter-terror publications, and a former managing editor for Homeland Security Today.

Border Patrol Museum Protesters ‘Desecrated Memorial’ to Fallen Agents

The museum, which is on federal land, is pursuing charges against the protesters and is currently waiting for an insurance adjustor to provide an estimate on property damage.

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Munich Security Conference Underscores Growing Divide Between U.S. and Allies

The largest U.S. delegation to date did not receive the warmest welcome at this year’s Munich Security Conference, as Germany’s Chancellor and Foreign Minister criticized U.S. President Donald Trump’s approach as counter-productive.

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OIG Finds Room for Improvement in ATF’s Frontline Initiative

ATF does not have a formal internal review process to assess field division compliance with Frontline requirements. The OIG determined that the lack of an ATF headquarters review process limits ATF’s ability to hold field divisions accountable to their goals and to make continued improvements to Frontline.

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UK Police Conclude Series of Live Facial Recognition Trials

The Met committed to carrying out 10 deployments as part of the live facial recognition trial. Nine have already taken place. As with all previous deployments, the technology will be used overtly with a clear uniformed presence and information leaflets will be distributed to the public.

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GAO: DOD Must Assess Tradeoffs Associated With Expanding Public Access to Terrorism Trials

Given that the public’s demand for access will increase when the commissions’ enter into their trial phases, the longer DOD waits to determine its strategy, the greater the risk of not fully meeting the demand from victims and family members, non-government stakeholders, and the general public.

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Climate Change and Cyber Attacks Named as Biggest Global Security Threats

In the United States, 74 percent of respondents said cyber attacks from other countries was their top concern, followed by the threat from ISIS, climate change, and North Korea’s nuclear program.

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OIG: ICE Does Not Hold Detention Facility Contractors Accountable for Failing to Meet Standards

The investigation found that instead of holding facilities accountable through financial penalties, ICE issued waivers to facilities with deficient conditions, seeking to exempt them from complying with certain standards.

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Memorializing the Fallen: Army Combat Vet Paints KIA, LODD Heroes as Hobby

Jonny Castro is a Police Officer, a Forensic Composite Artist, and a U.S Army Combat Veteran serving the Operation Iraqi Freedom (2004-2005). He is also a portrait painter of heroes killed in the line of duty.

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Terrorism Has No Race: Report Warns of Continued Marginalization of Muslims in America

The report highlights some of the major lessons learned from Europe with suggestions for thought leaders in the United States.

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UK Invests to Become World Leader in Cybersecurity

The aim is to ‘design out’ many forms of cyber threats by ‘designing in’ security and protection technology/solutions into hardware and chip designs, ultimately helping to eradicate a significant proportion of the current cyber risks for businesses and services in future connected smart products.

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