In Homeland SecurityFamily Mourns Retired FDNY EMT Who Died Of 9/11-Related Cancer
Emergency Medical Technician Felipe Torre , 54, succumbed to Ground Zero-related gall bladder cancer Wednesday at his brother's house in Inwood, N.Y.
In Homeland SecurityFeds Raid Suspected MS-13 Marijuana Grow House In Oakland
Federal agents in California raided a marijuana grow house here that was suspected of funding the MS-13 gang in Fresno County.
In Homeland SecurityWe’d Be Crippled By A Cyberattack On Our Utilities
Utilities attack: We'd quickly exhaust reserve fuel to generate utility services - leading to shortages of potable water and an inability to treat sewage.
In Homeland SecurityDHS Rarely Urges Action Against Agents Accused Of Abusing Immigrants, Advocates Say
Immigration advocates say the Department of Homeland Security's Office of Inspector General, which reviewed the sisters' case, rarely recommends action against officers.
In Public SafetyDigital Forensics in Law Enforcement
An increasing number of criminals are conducting their activity online, and law enforcement officers need the skills to keep up. Watch this short video about how American Military University restructured its BSc in Criminal Justice to focus on digital forensics.
InCyberDefenseCommon Sense: The Best Defense from Cyber Fraud at Work
Ultimately, the prevention of cyber fraud starts when you know that something isn’t right. If you have even a single doubt, investigate further.
In MilitaryDefense industry grapples with cybersecurity flaws in new weapons systems
Almost all of the U.S. military's newly developed weapons systems suffer from "mission-critical cyber vulnerabilities," a review of government security audits conducted from 2012 to 2017 found, suggesting military agencies have rushed to computerize new weapons systems without prioritizing cybersecurity.
In MilitarySaudi Arabia forcefully rejects 'threats' over Khashoggi disappearance as international crisis simmers
A combative Saudi Arabia said Sunday that it would not bend to "threats" as it pushed back against growing U.S. and international pressure over allegations that it is responsible for the death of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi, warning of retaliation for any sanctions.
In MilitaryL3 and Harris agree to merge, creating $33.5 billion military technology giant
L3 Technologies and Harris Corporation have agreed to merge in an all-stock deal, the two companies announced Sunday, creating a $33.5 billion military technology company.
In MilitaryKoreas agree to break ground on inter-Korean railroad
North and South Korea continued their push for peace Monday with high-level talks that resulted in a host of agreements, including a plan by the rivals for a groundbreaking ceremony this year on an ambitious project to connect their railways and roads.