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Cyber Criminals Using Spoofed Unemployment Benefit Websites to Defraud U.S. Public

Cyber criminals register website domains and email addresses to appear like those which legitimately facilitate the processing of unemployment benefits.

Fired FBI Official Andrew McCabe Wins Retirement Benefits and Back Pay in Settlement

The Justice Department demoted and then dismissed him on the eve of his 50th birthday in March 2018, when his FBI annuity would have vested.

DHS, DOJ Move Forward with Collaborative Strategy to Fight ‘Very Individualized’ Domestic Terror Threat

"Online content, disinformation, false narratives and conspiracy theories" fueling much of the violence today, DHS counterterrorism chief tells Congress.

How the FBI Trains Its Evidence Response Teams

The FBI trains its evidence collection teams to be the best in the world. ERT Basic is where that training begins.

FBI and French Police Win Europol’s Innovation Awards

The Europol Excellence Award in Innovation highlights how effective modern-day law enforcement requires partnership and collaboration, whether in teams of officers and staff, between forces, in multi-agency operations or through wider public sector involvement.

Cybersecurity Awareness Month: InfoSec Steps Smaller Organizations Should Take Today

As many as two-thirds of small businesses that suffer a cyberattack may be shuttered within months. Those that survive may face other hits.

FBI: Murder and Manslaughter Rose Nearly 30 Percent in 2020

These and additional data are presented in the 2020 edition of the FBI’s annual report Crime in the United States.

FBI’s Domestic Terrorism Caseload Has ‘More Than Doubled’ Since 2020, Wray Says

National Counterterrorism Center Director Christine Abizaid says ISIS and al-Qaeda "have proven adaptive over years of CT pressure."
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