Category: Homeland Security News

PrivacyOnline Users Manipulated into Sharing Private Information Online Published 23 December 2020 Online users are more likely to reveal private information based on how website forms are structured to elicit data, BGU researchers have determined. Online users are more likely to reveal private information based on how website forms are structured to elicit data, Ben Gurion

Nuclear safetyAnalyzing Forensic Signatures of Nuclear Materials to Prevent Smuggling Published 23 December 2020 A scientific exercise scenario involved seized nuclear materials for which law enforcement requested nuclear forensic analysis to help discern whether the process histories of the two seized materials were consistent with one another and related to similar materials seized previously by

Nuclear safetyAnalyzing Forensic Signatures of Nuclear Materials to Prevent Smuggling Published 23 December 2020 A scientific exercise scenario involved seized nuclear materials for which law enforcement requested nuclear forensic analysis to help discern whether the process histories of the two seized materials were consistent with one another and related to similar materials seized previously by

The Russia connectionScope, Damage of Massive Russian Hack Still Uncertain Published 18 December 2020 Cyberexperts inside and outside the U.S. government are scrambling to determine the dimensions of the massive hack by Russian government hackers of dozens of government agencies and private organizations. “While the Russians did not have the time to gain complete control

BioweaponsNew Bioweapons to Target Specific Groups of People or Individuals Published 17 December 2020 Genomic technologies develop and converge with artificial intelligence, machine learning, automation, affective computing, and robotics, means that increasingly refined records of biometrics, emotions, and behaviors will be captured and analyzed. These data will enable game-changing developments which will enable the development