Category: Homeland Security News

Our picksCyber: The Lawless Realm | Washington Power Brokers & Pegasus | Escaping Extremism, and more Published 20 July 2021 ·  How Washington Power Brokers Gained from NSO’s Spyware Ambitions ·  Ex-Trump Cybersecurity Head Krebs Sees Similarities Between Vaccine and Election Misinformation ·  Capitol Rioter Sentenced to 8 Months for Trying to Stop Vote Certification ·  U.K. Police

China watchChina Spy Agency Using Contract Hackers to Extort, Destabilize Western Companies By Steve Herman Published 19 July 2021 The United States and its allies in Europe and Asia have charged that China’s Ministry of State Security is employing criminal contract hackers to conduct cyber operations globally, from which the hackers personally profit. The activities

Our picksVienna: Havana Syndrome Hot Spot | Better Disease Forecasts | Extreme Weather Batters the Wealthy World, and more Published 19 July 2021 ·  Enormous Scale of Destruction Is Revealed as Water Subsides after Historic Western Europe Flooding ·  “No One Is Safe”: Extreme Weather Batters the Wealthy World ·  California’s Cliffs Are Collapsing One by One · 

Election securityExploring Hydrogen Storage Published 18 July 2021 Hydrogen is emerging as a low-carbon fuel option for transportation, electricity generation, manufacturing applications and clean energy technologies that will accelerate the United States’ transition to a low-carbon economy. However, a key challenge is to ensure the safe and effective storage of hydrogen. A team of Lawrence Livermore National

Genomic securityChinese Company’s Global Genetic Data Collection Poses Economic, Security Threats: Experts By Adrianna Zhang Published 16 July 2021 A Chinese gene company is collecting genetic data through prenatal tests from women in more than 50 countries— including Germany, Spain and Denmark, as well as in Britain, Canada, Australia, Thailand, India and Pakistan. Collecting the