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Protecting Biodiversity ‘as Important as Fighting Climate Change’ as 1 Million Species Face Extinction

A hard-hitting report into the impact of humans on nature shows that nearly one million species risk becoming extinct within decades, while current efforts to conserve the Earth’s resources will likely fail without radical action.

Retail Sector Unprepared for Increasingly Sophisticated Cyber Attacks

The retail and consumer products industry faces an increasing number of sophisticated cyber-attacks from nation-state cyber-attackers, criminal cyber-attack-groups, and politically and socially motivated hackers, often planning, coordinating, and implementing cyber-attacks in an integrated manner on a national, multi-national, or global level.

Fire Departments Respond to More Calls, 64% Categorized as EMS and Rescue

To understand the full role fire departments play in a community, a FEMA and U.S. Fire administration report profiles fire department run activity as reflected in the 2017 National Fire Incident Reporting System (NFIRS) data.

Panel Gives DHS Checklist to Manage Surge of Family Migration

HSAC’s emergency interim report, released April 16, says the unprecedented surge in family unit (FMU) migration from Central America is overwhelming U.S. border agencies and the immigration system and that this crisis is endangering children.

Ponemon Report: Critical Infrastructure Organizations Suffer Multiple Cyber Attacks

Tenable has released the report, Cybersecurity in Operational Technology: 7 Insights You Need to Know. It is an independent study by the Ponemon Institute that identifies the extent of cyberattacks on critical infrastructure operators — professionals in industries using industrial control systems and operational technology.

Report: Pentagon Must Act to Overcome Bureaucracy Challenges to Securing Space

The report says the government must engage with new providers who are developing novel and unique capabilities that can be shaped early to provide significant national security benefits and be more swiftly integrated into the existing architecture.

State and Local Officials Call for U.S. Immigration Reform Amid Federal Polarization

In contrast to the political polarization at the federal level that has characterized the immigration debate, state and local officials offer experience in using consensus to pass laws, create pilot programs, and identify best immigration integration practices.

The Sky’s the Limit: Report Finds Exponential Growth in Unmanned Aerial Systems Industry

“In order to harness this innovation and help keep the U.S. competitive as the global UAS market continues to emerge, we need a streamlined regulatory environment that allows for expanded operations and would enable even more transformative uses of this technology.”  
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