Publication: Security Debrief

First reported Aug 14 2014 - Updated Aug 14 2014 - 1 reports

How Should the U.S. Respond in Iraq?

The self-titled Islamic State (aka ISIS) continues its push against targets in Iraq, Syria and even Lebanon, while U.S. airstrikes begin to degrade their capabilities. Is it enough? What more can be done? Here are some important questions we should be ... [Published Security Debrief - Aug 14 2014]
First reported Aug 12 2014 - Updated Aug 12 2014 - 1 reports

A Fee, a Tax and an Opportunity

TSA is implementing the increased security fee mandated by Congress. There is some controversy over the way it is being done and some debate about whether it is a fee (used to directly pay for services the users need and demand) or a tax (general revenue). ... [Published Security Debrief - Aug 12 2014]
First reported Aug 08 2014 - Updated Aug 09 2014 - 1 reports

Chris Battle – One Year Later

It was one year ago today that we got the news that Chris Battle had lost his fight against kidney cancer. His was a brave and noble effort. The Kidney Cancer Chronicles that Chris and Dena posted during their family’s ordeal was an inspiration ... [Published Security Debrief - Aug 08 2014]
First reported Jul 22 2014 - Updated Jul 22 2014 - 1 reports

Moon Landing – An Anniversary to Honor and Inspire

By Sharla P. Rausch, Ph.D. Sunday marked a seminal event in American (if not Earth) history. Forty-five years before, at 4:17:42 PM EDT, with only seconds of fuel remaining, Commander Neil Armstrong calmly announced to the world, “Houston, Tranquility ... [Published Security Debrief - Jul 22 2014]
First reported Jul 14 2014 - Updated Jul 15 2014 - 1 reports

Chemical security – Keeping It Straightforward

For those who are fans of chemical security (and who isn’t?), last week was a good week. The House finally passed a bill ( H.R. 4007 ) reauthorizing the Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS) program. The bill keeps the program going for ... [Published Security Debrief - Jul 14 2014]
First reported Jul 11 2014 - Updated Jul 11 2014 - 1 reports

The Stupid Reporting on Security Threats

Recent reporting on aviation security has reached new levels of stupidity, threatening public confidence and understanding – and perhaps even the very security of the traveling public. What do I mean? As will happen on a fairly regular basis – until ... [Published Security Debrief - Jul 11 2014]
First reported Jun 27 2014 - Updated Jun 27 2014 - 1 reports

‘No-Fly List’ Redress Process Ruled Unconstitutional

On Wednesday, a federal court in Oregon held that the Department of Homeland Security’s “no-fly list” redress process is unconstitutional , failing to meet due process requirements. Thirteen U.S. citizens and legal residents brought the suit after unsuccessfully ... [Published Security Debrief - Jun 27 2014]
First reported Jun 20 2014 - Updated Jun 21 2014 - 1 reports

Who is Supplying Terrorists with US-Made Technologies?

The horrific events of the past few days in Iraq are more than enough to keep U.S. military and diplomatic officials in a state of near depression. No rational person following the bloody trail left by the ISIS savages across the Iraqi landscape would ... [Published Security Debrief - Jun 20 2014]
First reported Jun 12 2014 - Updated Jun 12 2014 - 1 reports

Good Idea, Bad Idea – Bioterrorism and UACs

Good Idea, Bad Idea is a weekly recap of the brilliant and stupid things America’s homeland security community does every day, because sarcasm is good for the soul. Good Idea: Rep. Susan Brooks led a hearing for the Subcommittee on Emergency Preparedness, ... [Published Security Debrief - Jun 12 2014]
First reported Jun 10 2014 - Updated Jun 10 2014 - 1 reports

Las Vegas Shooting is an Act of Terrorism

The United States was attacked by terrorists on Sunday. The shooting of two police officers in Las Vegas is the latest example of a growing trend in anti-government, right-wing extremism, one that has not received appropriate public attention and concern ... [Published Security Debrief - Jun 10 2014]
First reported Jun 02 2014 - Updated Jun 02 2014 - 1 reports

Deals with the Devil – The Release of Sgt. Bergdahl

With the release of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl , the last American POW in Afghanistan, from his Taliban captors now complete, a painful chapter in the more than dozen-year American conflict in Afghanistan has closed. A new chapter of debate, however, is going ... [Published Security Debrief - Jun 02 2014]
First reported May 27 2014 - Updated May 27 2014 - 1 reports

Congress Heal Thyself – New Voices Convey an Old Message

A full page Wall Street Journal ad last week , signed by 61 former elected and administration officials, including all three previous DHS Secretaries, added a number of new voices to the almost decade-old message that Congress needs to “fix” the overlapping ... [Published Security Debrief - May 27 2014]

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How Should the U.S. Respond in Iraq? [Published Security Debrief - Aug 14 2014]
A Fee, a Tax and an Opportunity [Published Security Debrief - Aug 12 2014]
Chris Battle – One Year Later [Published Security Debrief - Aug 08 2014]
Moon Landing – An Anniversary to Honor and Inspire [Published Security Debrief - Jul 22 2014]
Chemical security – Keeping It Straightforward [Published Security Debrief - Jul 14 2014]
The Stupid Reporting on Security Threats [Published Security Debrief - Jul 11 2014]
‘No-Fly List’ Redress Process Ruled Unconstitut... [Published Security Debrief - Jun 27 2014]
Who is Supplying Terrorists with US-Made Techno... [Published Security Debrief - Jun 20 2014]
Good Idea, Bad Idea – Bioterrorism and UACs [Published Security Debrief - Jun 12 2014]
Las Vegas Shooting is an Act of Terrorism [Published Security Debrief - Jun 10 2014]
Deals with the Devil – The Release of Sgt. Berg... [Published Security Debrief - Jun 02 2014]
Congress Heal Thyself – New Voices Convey an Ol... [Published Security Debrief - May 27 2014]
Rep. Jim Oberstar – Good Friend, Great American [Published Security Debrief - May 21 2014]
A Lunch with Alan Bersin [Published Security Debrief - May 16 2014]
Biometric Exit Needs a Nudge from Congress [Published Security Debrief - May 15 2014]
Homeland Security a ‘Runaway Train’? [Published Security Debrief - Apr 30 2014]
Insuring for Cyber Risk [Published Security Debrief - Apr 28 2014]
New S&T Under Sec Says Hello by Video [Published Security Debrief - Apr 25 2014]
A Fond Farewell from DHS Assistant Sec for Policy [Published Security Debrief - Apr 23 2014]
America is Not Israel, but Terrorism is Terrorism [Published Security Debrief - Apr 21 2014]
What does the Heartbleed Cyber Threat Teach Us? [Published Security Debrief - Apr 17 2014]
One Year After Boston, Domestic Terror Threat G... [Published Security Debrief - Apr 15 2014]
Welcome Dr. Brothers and General Taylor [Published Security Debrief - Apr 09 2014]
DHS Sec. Johnson Fires All Public Affairs? Rand... [Published Security Debrief - Apr 01 2014]
What Works, What Doesn’t – Improving Aviation S... [Published Security Debrief - Mar 31 2014]
DHS Secretary Johnson’s First Time Before House... [Published Security Debrief - Feb 27 2014]
Big Retail – The Next Critical Infrastructure? [Published Security Debrief - Feb 14 2014]
At Sports Events, Some Security Tactics Drive C... [Published Security Debrief - Feb 10 2014]
Executing Tsarnaev is a Wasted Opportunity [Published Security Debrief - Jan 31 2014]
Obama’s Soft Touch on Immigration at SOTU [Published Security Debrief - Jan 31 2014]
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How Should the U.S. Respond in Iraq? [Published Security Debrief - Aug 14 2014]
The self-titled Islamic State (aka ISIS) continues its push against targets in Iraq, Syria and even Lebanon, while U.S. airstrikes begin to degrade their capabilities. Is it enough? What more can be done? Here are some important questions we should be ...
A Fee, a Tax and an Opportunity [Published Security Debrief - Aug 12 2014]
TSA is implementing the increased security fee mandated by Congress. There is some controversy over the way it is being done and some debate about whether it is a fee (used to directly pay for services the users need and demand) or a tax (general revenue). ...
Chris Battle – One Year Later [Published Security Debrief - Aug 08 2014]
It was one year ago today that we got the news that Chris Battle had lost his fight against kidney cancer. His was a brave and noble effort. The Kidney Cancer Chronicles that Chris and Dena posted during their family’s ordeal was an inspiration ...
Moon Landing – An Anniversary to Honor and Inspire [Published Security Debrief - Jul 22 2014]
By Sharla P. Rausch, Ph.D. Sunday marked a seminal event in American (if not Earth) history. Forty-five years before, at 4:17:42 PM EDT, with only seconds of fuel remaining, Commander Neil Armstrong calmly announced to the world, “Houston, Tranquility ...
Chemical security – Keeping It Straightforward [Published Security Debrief - Jul 14 2014]
For those who are fans of chemical security (and who isn’t?), last week was a good week. The House finally passed a bill ( H.R. 4007 ) reauthorizing the Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS) program. The bill keeps the program going for ...
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