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Tackling Terrorism’s Taboo: Shame (Part 1)

There is a need to expand the radicalization literature to include more emotional mechanisms to better understand how individuals come to embrace the extreme and violent belief systems threatening societies around the world.

UK Expert Discusses Preventing Terrorism, Limits of Deportation, and Radicalized Children

Security versus civil liberties. How to safeguard the population from the actions of terrorists, while at the same time preserving fundamental rights such as freedom of speech, movement and association?

Krebs Confirmed as National Protection and Programs Directorate Leader

He joined DHS last March as a senior counselor to then-Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly; prior to this, he was director of cybersecurity policy with Microsoft’s government affairs team.

Lawsuits Brought by Kaspersky Dismissed by Federal Judge

Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly agreed that the government bans "may very well have adverse consequences," but "that does not make them unconstitutional.”

Responses Sought for FedRAMP Annual Survey

Questions cover how you engage with FedRAMP and your overall experiences. Information gathered from the survey will continue to improve the program and the services we provide to support our stakeholders.

Are Hotels and Outdoor Concerts Any Safer Since the Las Vegas Attack?

In the coming months, millions of Americans will fill flagship hotels and music festivals across the country — even though the prospect of a hostile attack weighs heavily on the national consciousness.

Senate Panel Advances Trump’s DHS Cyber Pick

Trump has tapped Krebs to serve as undersecretary of the National Protection and Programs Directorate (NPPD), the Homeland Security unit that protects civilian federal networks and critical infrastructure from cyber and physical threats.

DHS Approves Nlyte DCIM Solution

Over 35 federal agencies across civilian, intelligence and defense organizations are using or currently deploying the Nlyte DCOI platform to attain compliance with FITARA and achieve consistency with the Modernizing Government Technology Act.
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