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Happy Canada Day!

I don’t have any one specific Canada-related homeland security topic to discuss or highlight. In fact, this post will go up near the end of the day. However, I felt it important to wish all our Canadian colleagues, friends, and family a Happy Can…

A message from Charleston?

By most definitions terrorism is the use of violence to achieve political objectives.
Given what we currently understand, the murder of the Emanuel Nine was a terrorist act.
Since last Wednesday, have we encountered the most effective anti-terrorism st…

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Siemens Climatix BACnet/IP Communication Module Cross-site Scripting Vulnerability

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PACTware Exceptional Conditions Vulnerability

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Security Mom Podcasts: Michael Chertoff on risk communication and Jessica Stern on radicalization

These are a little bit old, but interesting enough to share nonetheless.
Juliette Kayyem’s podcast “Security Mom” in the not-so-distant-past (a few weeks ago), focused on crisis communication with former DHS Secretary Michael Chertoff…

Another essay about eliminating the Department of Homeland Security

Matt Mayer, who worked at the the Department of Homeland Security nine years ago, wrote an essay for Reason  (Free Minds and Free Markets) called “Why We Should Eliminate the Department of Homeland Security. Let’s dismantle the Frankens…

Contents: Current issue of Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management

Volume 12, Issue number 2 of the Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management was released today.  The articles are behind a paywall, but you can see the abstracts by going to the Journal’s site. You also may be able to find the Journ…

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Emanuel shooting victim’s son speaks of his mother

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