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// by Kelly Hoggan

How COVID-19 Downtime Could Shift the TSA Training Paradigm

If there’s a silver lining in the dark cloud created by this global pandemic, it’s that such extremely low screening numbers present a perfect opportunity for TSA to really look at how it’s training its people and to change the ways in which it does so. Keep Reading

DHS Is Hiring!

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is hosting a series of webinars as it seeks to recruit hundreds of people for critical roles. Keep Reading

U.K. Creates Genome Alliance to Battle COVID-19

The consortium - comprised of the National Health Service (NHS), public health agencies and academic institutions will deliver large scale, rapid sequencing of the cause of the disease and share intelligence with hospitals, regional NHS centres and the government.  Keep Reading

Richard W. Painter Joins CERL Advisory Council

The Center for Ethics and the Rule of Law at the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School has announced that Richard W. Painter, the S. Walter Richey Professor of Corporate Law at the University of Minnesota Law School and former chief ethics lawyer in the George W. Bush White House, has joined its advisory council.  Keep Reading

// by Kylie Bielby

Proposals Sought for Anti-Human Trafficking Plan for Airports

Airports must help address human trafficking activities that may be occurring at their facility. Proposals are therefore being sought to develop a primer, guidebook, and toolkit to help airport operators create and implement a comprehensive anti-human trafficking action plan. Keep Reading

Northrop Grumman Welcomes CyberCenturion Finalists

Northrop Grumman Corporation has welcomed 60 young finalists to compete for the title of this year’s U.K. national CyberCenturion VI champions. In partnership with Cyber Security Challenge U.K., CyberCenturion is a sister programme to the U.S. CyberPatriot competition. Keep Reading

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