Category: Homeland Security News

ENERGY SECURITYMarine Energy Is Finally Here Published 4 April 2022 Is marine energy finally here? The simple answer is yes, the ocean—specifically clean energy generated from waves, tides, and ocean and river currents—can help save the planet. Revamped software offers marine energy industry the data it needs to succeed. Is marine energy finally here? This question, in

PANDEMIC RESPONSESAVE: Pandemic’s Urgency Drove New Collaborative Approaches Worldwide Published 2 April 2022 In January 2021 the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases assembled a team, drawing on experts from around the world who specialize in relevant research fields such as viruses, the immune system, vaccines, epidemiology, structural biology, bioinformatics, virus genetics, and evolution.

CYBERSECURITYProtecting Solar Technologies from Cyberattack Published 31 March 2022 At a solar farm, power electronics devices convert direct current (DC) electricity generated by solar photovoltaic panels into alternating current (AC) electricity for use on the electrical grid. The U.S. Department of Energy estimates up to 80% of electricity could flow through power electronics devices by

WAR IN UKRAINEAnalyzing the Origins and Economic Disruption of Russian Ukraine Invasion By Chuck McKenney Published 31 March 2022 Researchers released a new analysis detailing how the Ukrainian economy has been steadily moving away from Russia and towards the West, and what consequences companies outside Ukraine, especially in Russia and the European Union, now face

EXTREMISMEuropean Neo-Nazi Group Exports Anti-Semitism Across Scandinavia, Beyond Published 31 March 2022 Sweden’s Nordic Resistance Movement held 185 “combat training” sessions in 2020 and has served as inspiration for American racially or ethnically motivated violent extremists. The Nordic Resistance is Scandinavia’s most dangerous far-right extremist group, actively spreading its hate message abroad. A new report from