Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, or UAVs, have significantly proliferated in the last ten years across a host of domains – military, commercial, and consumer. As technological advances continue, the rise in use of armed UAVs and their deployment in a variety of contexts has become increasingly common and increasingly concerning to...
Author: Maggie Rowland
According to the Federal Aviation Administration [FAA], 2,587,000 passengers fly in and out of airports in the United States every single day. This is a staggering number of people for the Transportation Security Administration [TSA] to manage every day. Over the years, the TSA has used a variety of screening...
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On October 9, 2018, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security [DHS] released a new strategy designed to address the threats posed by electromagnetic incidents. DHS assesses that such an incident could be “potentially catastrophic” and as such, has released this strategy to protect the critical infrastructure in the United States....
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