Category: Homeland Security News

EXTREMISMBuffalo Attack Footage Spread Quickly Across Platforms, Has Been Online for Days Published 23 May 2022 The livestream of the accused Buffalo shooter’s deadly attack at a Buffalo supermarket was available briefly via Twitch, but the footage spread quickly across online platforms, and remains online for public consumption. The livestream of the accused Buffalo shooter’s  deadly May

SEARCH & RESCUENext-Generation Search & Rescue: Body Cameras, Live Streaming Published 23 May 2022 Typically, search and rescue teams in the wilderness use radio, in-person briefings, text messaging, drones and paper forms to communicate and coordinate their efforts. New digital tools have the potential to revolutionize wilderness search and rescue efforts. New digital tools developed and

OUR PICKSCan Ukraine Win? | Does Secrecy Matter? | Questions About Red Flags, and more Published 23 May 2022 ·  Examining Incel Subculture on Reddit ·  Guam Needs Better Missile Defenses—Urgently ·  Can Ukraine Win? Five Scenarios for the War’s Next Phase ·  Intelligence and War: Does Secrecy Matter? ·  Why do Online Countering Violent Extremism Strategies Not Work?

CYBERSECURITYNew Method Kills Cyberattacks in Less Than a Second Published 21 May 2022 Researchers, using artificial intelligence, new method that could automatically detect and kill cyberattacks on our laptops, computers and smart devices in under a second. A new method that could automatically detect and kill cyberattacks on our laptops, computers and smart devices in under

MASS SHOOTINGAccused Buffalo Mass Shooter Had Threatened a Shooting While in High School. Could More Have Been Done to Avert the Tragedy? By James Densley and Jillian Peterson Published 21 May 2022 There is a $3 billion industry in U.S. school safety focused almost entirely on hardening schools with active shooter drills, metal detectors and