Category: Homeland Security News

OUR PICKS THIS WEEKAl Qaeda Isn’t Dead Yet | Our Narrative of Mass Shootings Is Killing Us | Help Wanted: State Misinformation Sheriff, and more Published 5 June 2022 Extremism & Terrorism ·  The Buffalo Shooter, Stochastic Terrorism, and How to Counter It ·  Japan Terrorist Group Founder Freed After Serving Time ·  Al Qaeda Isn’t Dead Yet · 

ELECTION SECURITYWho Cares about a Midterm Election? Comparing Russia, Iran, and China’s Electoral Interference from Past to Present By Clint Watts Published 2 June 2022 Midterm elections present a complicated target environment for foreign manipulators because, unlike presidential elections, there is no single candidate who can significantly alter U.S. foreign policy. But interference opportunities remain,

ENCRYPTIONSecure Communication with Light Particles Published 2 June 2022 Quantum computers offer many novel possibilities, they also pose a threat to internet security since these supercomputers make common encryption methods vulnerable. Researchers have developed a new, tap-proof communication network. While quantum computers offer many novel possibilities, they also pose a threat to internet security since these

POLICINGShifting Policing Responsibilities from City to County Doesn’t Affect Crime Levels Published 2 June 2022 Disbanding city police departments and shifting law enforcement responsibilities to county governments appears to have no affect on overall crime rates and leads to fewer police-related deaths, according to a new study. The study also finds disbanding leads to fewer