Category: Homeland Security News

CYBERSECURITYNSF Grants to Protect Data, User privacy Published 8 August 2022 Researchers are working on two new cybersecurity projects, recently funded by the National Science Foundation, to ensure trustworthy cloud computing and increase computing privacy for marginalized and vulnerable populations. Indiana University researchers are working on two new cybersecurity projects, recently funded by the National Science Foundation,

UNCONVENTIONAL WEAPONSOrigins of Unconventional War By Adrienne Mayor Published 5 August 2022 Flamethrowers, poison gases, incendiary bombs, the large-scale spreading of disease: are these terrifying agents of warfare modern inventions? Not by a long shot. Societies around the world have used biological and chemical weapons for thousands of years. “One sobering result of writing this

TERRORISM2021: More than 400 Were Convicted of Terrorism Offenses in EU Countries Published 15 July 2022 EUROPOL the other day published the European Union Terrorism Situation and Trend Report 2022 (TE–SAT). It provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date intelligence picture on terrorism in the European Union. In 2021, European courts convicted 423 individuals for  terrorist