Hacking Goes Mainstream—Banks Rob Customers, Olympians Discredited and Potential for Election Fraud
It seems not a single day passes without a 21st Century version of the World War II era radio game show “Can You Top...
Grid Security Requires Constant Vigilance from Insider Threats
Thomas Jefferson once said, “eternal vigilance is the price of liberty.” Eternal vigilance is also the price the United States must pay to...
The deaths of 49 people in a bar in Orlando, Florida at the hands of a single gunman and the massacre of 85 people...
Planning for Cyberattacks from an Emergency Management Perspective
As society becomes more reliant on digitally integrated systems, the threat posed by cyberattacks continues to grow. In the United States alone, a...
Can Coal Help EMP Risk Reduction?
When the Commission to Assess the Threat from Electromagnetic Pulse Attack published its report in 2004, coal accounted for roughly half of all...
Setting the Sights on Gun Background Checks
The past decade has seen explosive growth in the number of requestsfor firearms-related criminal background checks, leaving the National Instant Criminal Background Check System...
Improving Collaboration Across Federal, State, and Local Agencies During Emergencies
The United States federal government is designed to maximize civil liberties and freedoms while granting a great deal of autonomy to state and local...
Airport & Aviation Security
Political Antipathy Clouds End of Cuba Travel Restrictions
When commercial flights between the United States and Cuba begin next fall, another stone will be laid on the path toward full normalization...