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Holiday Terror Threats: How Extremists Encourage Violence During the Season

Both the logistics and symbolism of attacks on Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas, or New Year's Eve can attract a variety of ideologies.

PERSPECTIVE: The CISA Patching Directive and Why a Deterministic Approach Is Needed

Adversaries appear to have maneuvered around and, in some cases, within the patching paradigm. SolarWinds started with a poisoned patch.

Coast Guard Updates Congress on Challenges and Progress with Major Recapitalization

Thomas said the USCG is "taking steps right now, largely based on the GAO recommendations," to improve modernization efforts and infrastructure challenges.

TSA Ready for Holiday Travel Surge Despite Reports of Staffing Concerns

TSA said in a statement on November 17 that it “does not anticipate that the federal employee vaccine mandate will in any way impact the agency’s ability to staff for Thanksgiving travel”.

Leading with Character: Called to Lead

Being called to lead means recognizing opportunities as they arise, then evaluating and responding as one feels moved to do.

CBP’s OPR Probing Border Patrol Incident with Haitians After OIG Declines to Investigate

DHS outlined the investigative steps that could include sharing initial findings with the U.S. Attorney’s Office.

Calibrating Domestic Intelligence at the 20-Year Mark

The divide between foreign and domestic intelligence, while grounded in legitimate civil liberties concerns, can inhibit detection of transnational threats.

Additional Steps Needed to Protect Schools from Cyber Attacks, Says GAO

GAO says more than 400 cyber incidents at K-12 schools were publicly reported last year.
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