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Boston Maraton Bombing – Day 2 Analysis

Former Homeland Security Today Editor Dan Verton and former Virginia Governor James Gilmore, were guests for the full hour of NewsTalk on Washington, D.C.’s News Channel 8 on April 16. Verton, a former intelligence officer, and Gilmore, the former chairman of the US Congressional Advisory Panel to Assess Domestic Response Capabilities for Terrorism Involving Weapons… 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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Market Monitor The Evolution of Interoperable Communications For Public Safety Keep Reading

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Online Software Helps Communities Recover From Disaster

After a natural disaster strikes, there’s only a tiny window of opportunity — about 7 days —  to rally effective recovery efforts before the world turns their attention elsewhere. When a freak tornado hit their hometown, sisters Caitria and Morgan O’Neill — just 20 and 24 at the time — took the reins and are… Keep Reading

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Crowdsourcing Volunteers Contribute to FEMA’s Sandy Response

Volunteers are participating in a crowdsourcing project using open source software to identify areas impacted by Hurricane Sandy that still need attention, and to gather information that might assist the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) in future operations. The volunteers are working in partnership with FEMA, Civil Air Patrol and the Readiness, Response, Recovery (R3)… Keep Reading

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General Dynamics C4 Systems Unveils TACLANE Multibook Laptop

General Dynamics C4 Systems on Oct. 10 introduced the new TACLANE®-MultiBook laptop, now certified by the National Security Agency (NSA) to secure network communications to the Secret level and below. Government, agency and state and local law enforcement and related organizations may now use the TACLANE-MultiBook. The MultiBook can operate simultaneously on unclassified and classified… Keep Reading

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10 Years After The DC Sniper Attacks: Some Lessons Learned

Ten years ago today, John Allen Muhammad and Lee Boyd Malvo launched a killing spree that terrorized the Washington, DC metro region for three weeks, killing ten and wounding three. The so-called DC Sniper Case sent federal, state and local law enforcement scrambling to deal with a silent, stealthy and deadly enemy. Quickly, reports began… Keep Reading

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Behind The Scenes: The HALO Counter-Terrorism Summit

The HALO Counter-Terrorism Summit takes a giant leap forward in homeland security training capabilities, occupying San Diego’s entire Paradise Point Resort island for five days of live action demonstrations, immersive tactical training scenarios and education. With water on all sides, a dedicated marina, and UAV overflight permissions, the sky is literally the limit. Learn more… Keep Reading

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Counter Terror Expo 2012

Today, in the final installment of this week’s Innovators Series from the Counter Terror Expo, we talk to SeSys about the U.K.-based company’s expansion into the U.S. homeland security market and their Torch surveillance cameras. Monday (5/21) — SeaBotix Tuesday (5/22)— ICOR Technology  Wednesday (5/23) — RoboteX   Thursday (5/24) — RaptorID Friday (5/25) — SeSys Special… Keep Reading

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