The “dark web” is slowly moving into the lexicon of everyday Americans. Although most are familiar with the World Wide Web, few know that the majority of the internet exists below the surface. A multitude of illicit activities take place on the dark web and RAND took a closer look,...
Author: Scott Harvey
Cyber, Terrorism, and Organized Crime – ODNI’s Threat Assessment
In the cyber war of words, how does the truth make it through the noise?
In compliance with the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, the State Department conducts annual evaluations of more than 200 countries around the world to submit to Congress. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has recently transmitted the Department’s Country Reports on Human Rights Practices for 2016 as one of his early acts...
Empirical research into the paths to radicalization in the United States
Building Resilience in the United States Electrical Grid
Future DHS Headquarters at St. Elizabeths: Increased Efficiency, Reduced Cost
Why is Congress concerned about children’s toys?
Find out how the US and Canada plan to keep the lights on.
Chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, Michael McCaul (R-TX), released the Committee’s Majority Staff Report, Reviewing the Department of Homeland Security’s Intelligence Enterprise: Fighting Terrorism by Addressing Key Gaps. The report provides six key findings and 34 recommendations relating to classification, analysis, handling, and dissemination of sensitive materials. A...