Category: Homeland Security News

Our picksBeginning of the Age of Bioterrorism | DHS Air Cargo Security | Last Days of Osama Bin Laden, and more Published 3 August 2021 ·  Evidence Suggests Russia’s SVR Is Still Using ‘WellMess’ Malware, Despite U.S. Warnings ·  ‘Vultur’ Malware Uses New Technique to Steal Banking Credentials ·  FTC’s Right-to-Repair Ruling Is a Small Step for

Our picks: RansomwareRansomware Could Lead to War | Ransomware Attacks Hit Record | Whole Towns Are Targeted, and more Published 3 August 2021 ·  “It’s Quite Feasible to Start a War”: Just How Dangerous Are Ransomware Hackers? ·  Russia’s New Form of Organized Crime Is Menacing the World ·  Aussie Orgs Most Likely to Pay Ransomware Attackers: IDC

China watchLawmakers Looking to Curb Chinese Ownership of U.S. Farmland By Yinan Wang Published 2 August 2021 The Chinese threat to American food security, so far, would seem minimal: As of December 2019, Chinese agricultural real estate holdings in America totaled about 78,000 hectares, which is about 0.02 percent of America’s roughly 3.6 million square

Our picksDisinformation for Hire | Time for Covidnomics | Al Qaeda Is Back, and more Published 2 August 2021 ·  Disinformation for Hire, a Shadow Industry, Is Quietly Booming ·  Justice Department Says Russians Hacked U.S. Federal Prosecutors ·  Time for Covidnomics ·  Cyber Risk in Food, Ag Sector Is Growing ·  Why a Major Alaska Earthquake Triggered Warnings

DeradicalizationThe Role of (Dis)Trust in Disengagement and Deradicalization Published 31 July 2021 When designing a disengagement or deradicalization program, there is a need for careful consideration regarding who delivers it and how much they are trusted. When designing a disengagement or deradicalization program, who delivers it and how much they are trusted needs careful consideration. “Perhaps a