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Terror Groups Could Regenerate in Two Years – Or Faster – in Afghanistan, Defense Leaders Say

Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley tells senators that risk could "obviously increase."

Mayorkas Defends CISA Budget as Cyber Attacks Keep Agency ‘Extraordinarily Busy’

Secretary tells lawmakers he's a "cheerleader" for CISA as Congress members worry whether funding is enough.

COLUMN: Be Ready to Communicate Like It’s 1950 When Disaster Strikes

Among the first things the Camp Fire destroyed in Paradise were key cell phone towers and relay stations.

New Domestic Terrorism Strategy Focuses on Threat Detection, Countering Recruitment

Prevention includes "ensuring that Americans receive the type of civics education that promotes tolerance and respect for all."

PERSPECTIVE: Holding the Privatized Energy Sector More Accountable for Cyberattacks

Private firms need to demonstrate a greater sense of urgency. Merely hiring cybersecurity firms after an attack is not enough.

DHS, DoD Release Plans on What to Do with Border Wall Contracts, Future Projects

DHS wants to use appropriated border wall funds to fix environmental damage caused by past wall construction.

COLUMN: How to Navigate Disaster Amid a Firestorm of Bad Information

Verification takes time. As such, there will ALWAYS be an unclosable gap between good information and bad.

Leading with Character: Model the Way

Admiral Zukunft personified the servant leader whom people choose to follow.
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