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Homeland Security Today, BAE Systems Partner to Produce Intelligence Reports on Sochi

WASHINGTON, D.C., February 5, 2014 — Homeland Security Today and BAE Systems have partnered to produce a daily report that provides a unique perspective on the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi, Russia. Throughout the duration of the Winter Games, February 5-23, BAE Systems’ Advanced Analytics Lab will be studying social media data to convey trends… Keep Reading

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Homeland Security Today’s Dan Verton Appeared in National Geographic Channel Program

Homeland Security Today’s Director of Editorial Operations and cyber security reporter, Dan Verton, appeared on the Friday, Feb. 15, 2013 National Geographic Channel’s "Top Secrets" series segment, "Doomsday: Cyber Doom." The program examined the next great threat to society could come in the form of a computer virus. The program broadcast at 11:30 PM ET. Verton… Keep Reading

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HSToday Takes Home Triple Silver in This Year’s ASPBE Awards Competition

WASHINGTON, DC, August 8, 2012—Homeland Security Today is proud to announce it has won three Azbee Awards for Excellence from the American Society of Business Publication Editors (ASBPE). ASBPE’s competition recognizes the hard work and commitment of business and professional magazine, newsletter and Web editors and designers. The awards competition is a prestigious acknowledgement that… Keep Reading

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The World After Bin Laden

WASHINGTON, D.C., June 9, 2011—Despite the death of Osama Bin Laden on May 1, the global threat from Al Qaeda and Islamist jihadism in general is far from over. In its June issue, Homeland Security Today provides a report on the world after Bin Laden as well as an insider’s story of the hunt for… Keep Reading

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Wildfires and Gunfire: Threats to Emergency Responders on the Border

WASHINGTON, D.C., June 10, 2011—The more than 2,100 firefighters from across the country that have been sent to Arizona to fight the second worst fire disaster in the state’s history may face a danger they didn’t expect. In HSToday.us’ online report: Wildfires and Gunfire: Threats to Emergency Responders on the Border, Correspondent Sylvia Longmire takes… Keep Reading

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The Next Tsunami!

WASHINGTON, D.C., July 7, 2011— Yesterday’s tsunami warning issued for New Zealand—as well as the March 11, 2011 tsunami that tore across northern Japan—serve as warnings for the United States. No longer an abstract danger, US officials are evaluating the tsunami threat and looking for answers. In its July issue, Anthony Kimery, Homeland Security Today’s… Keep Reading

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Dozens of Top US Military, Corporate Leaders on Al Qaeda ‘Hit List’

WASHINGTON, D.C., June 28, 2011—Homeland Security Today, the leading media provider in homeland security, is revealing previously concealed details of Al Qaeda hit lists in its online blog, “The Kimery Report.” “Eleven of the nation’s top military leaders are among 58 past and present military, corporate and civilian officials who have been identified by members… Keep Reading

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Fighting Ghadafi—and the Specter of Al Qaeda

WASHINGTON, D.C., May 5, 2011—From the onset of the uprising in Libya in February, Western observers have worried about the presence of Islamist extremism and anti-Western sentiment and whether Al Qaeda has infiltrated the Libyan revolt. On the ground in Benghazi, Libya, Homeland Security Today pursues the evidence in its May cover story “Fighting Ghadafi—and… Keep Reading

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Airport Security: Aiming at Aviation

WASHINGTON, D.C., May 6, 2011— Terrorists have long sought out airlines as priority targets. In its May issue, Homeland Security Today’s London correspondent, Raffaello Pantucci, reports why terrorists continue to focus on planes as their number one target. According to Pantucci, “…for terrorists the optimal target will continue to be aircraft in transit.” He adds,… Keep Reading

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SPECIAL REPORT: The Narco Wars

WASHINGTON, D.C., March 8, 2011—Homeland Security Today’s award-winning coverage of the drug-related violence along the US-Mexico border continues as we shed light on two disturbing trends—the youthfulness of the individuals involved and the new ways smugglers are trying to get illicit drugs into the US. In its March cover story, “Mexico’s Youngest Assassins,” Homeland Security… Keep Reading

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2011 State & Local Managers’ Guide to Homeland Security Grants & Funding

WASHINGTON, D.C., February 14, 2011—In its February issue, Homeland Security Today publishes its annual, award-winning “State and Local Managers’ Guide to Grants and Funding.” At a time when states, counties and cities are strapped for cash and looking for new funding streams, the Homeland Security Today guide is an invaluable source of potential support for… Keep Reading

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KMD Media LLC Welcomes New Members to its Team

WASHINGTON, D.C., January 13, 2011—KMD Media LLC, the publisher of the award-winning Homeland Security Today, is pleased to announce the addition of Karen Pollard, Michael Ciota and Joanne Harap to its team. Karen Pollard, Art DirectorKaren Pollard, an award-winning graphic artist joins Homeland Security Today as its art director. Over the course of more than… Keep Reading

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An End to Infosharing?

After 10 years of trying to promote greater intelligence cooperation, the Wikileaks affair may have dealt a death blow to the effort. Keep Reading

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TRANSPORTATION SECURITY: Seeing, Saying and Securing

WASHINGTON, D.C., December 1, 2010—Although air travel has been the focal point of both media attention and government funds for security, subways and buses provide in many ways a far richer “soft” target for terror attacks. With mass transit in terrorists’ sights more than ever, securing mass ground transit has finally emerged from the shadows… Keep Reading

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Top 25 and Rising 10 Homeland Security Companies

WASHINGTON, D.C., April 5, 2011—In its April issue, Homeland Security Today reveals its list of the “Top 25” contractors with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in 2010 and the “Rising 10” companies to watch in homeland security for 2011. Top 25 Contractors with DHS in 2010 Contractors involved in DHS efforts to create the… Keep Reading

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