Category: Homeland Security News

PERSPECTIVE: Cyber conductIsrael, Cyberattacks and International Law Published 7 January 2021 Recently, several cyberattacks have hit Israeli companies. While Israel has not yet publicly attributed the attacks to any foreign state, media outlets report that Israeli cybersecurity experts have tied the operations of the main hacker groups behind these attacks—BlackShadow and Pay2Kitten—to Iran. Tal Mimran

GridGuiding Research Direction for Grid-Forming Inverters Published 7 January 2021 Power electronics—including the inverters that interface solar, wind, battery energy storage, and electric vehicles—are on track to gradually, or even entirely, displace traditional generation. In doing so, inverters will inherit new responsibilities and introduce a new set of challenges. Power electronics—including the inverters that interface solar,

Food securitySecure Food Supply Chain By Adam Thomas Published 7 January 2021 As the world grows increasingly globalized, one of the ways that countries have come to rely on one another is through a more intricate and interconnected food supply chain. This interconnectedness has its benefits. But, as the coronavirus COVID-19 global pandemic has made

Perspective: Cyber conductIsrael, Cyberattacks and International Law Published 6 January 2021 Recently, several cyberattacks have hit Israeli companies. While Israel has not yet publicly attributed the attacks to any foreign state, media outlets report that Israeli cybersecurity experts have tied the operations of the main hacker groups behind these attacks—BlackShadow and Pay2Kitten—to Iran. Tal Mimran

GridGuiding Research Direction for Grid-Forming Inverters Published 6 January 2021 Power electronics—including the inverters that interface solar, wind, battery energy storage, and electric vehicles—are on track to gradually, or even entirely, displace traditional generation. In doing so, inverters will inherit new responsibilities and introduce a new set of challenges. Power electronics—including the inverters that interface solar,

Perspective: Cyber conductIsrael, Cyberattacks and International Law Published 6 January 2021 Recently, several cyberattacks have hit Israeli companies. While Israel has not yet publicly attributed the attacks to any foreign state, media outlets report that Israeli cybersecurity experts have tied the operations of the main hacker groups behind these attacks—BlackShadow and Pay2Kitten—to Iran. Tal Mimran

Food securitySecure Food Supply Chain By Adam Thomas Published 6 January 2021 As the world grows increasingly globalized, one of the ways that countries have come to rely on one another is through a more intricate and interconnected food supply chain. This interconnectedness has its benefits. But, as the coronavirus COVID-19 global pandemic has made

GridGuiding Research Direction for Grid-Forming Inverters Published 6 January 2021 Power electronics—including the inverters that interface solar, wind, battery energy storage, and electric vehicles—are on track to gradually, or even entirely, displace traditional generation. In doing so, inverters will inherit new responsibilities and introduce a new set of challenges. Power electronics—including the inverters that interface solar,