Tagged: cyber-security

HSDL: Focusing on Pressing Issues and Beyond

The Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) Center for Homeland Defense and Security (CHDS) hosted the 12th Annual Homeland Defense & Security Education Summit in Monterey, California on October 30th to November 1st. The theme for this year’s event was “Public Interest Security: Leveraging Education to Connect Policy and Operations with American...

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E-Book Urges U.S. to Address Hostile Social Manipulation

The e-book, Hostile Social Manipulation: Present Realities and Emerging Trends, from the RAND Corporation’s Research Report Series, examines the complicated relationship between modern democracies and the real and potential effects of cyber manipulation on their constituents. Focusing specifically on the two most pressing and prominent threats, China and Russia, the report...

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DARPA Wants to Prevent Your Car from Killing You

DARPA’s Cyber Grand Challenge (CGC) aims to turn zero-day exploits into zero-second exploits with computers that detect and fix security gaps before they can be widely exploited by troublemakers. It’s not just important for securing sensitive information, it could save lives. In May of 2015, a simple text message (effective....

Cybersecurity National Action Plan

Cybersecurity is quickly becoming the most pertinent issue in the field of Homeland Security. The digital age continues to expand into every aspect of our daily lives.  Businesses, social connections, and the economy flourish due to the increasing inter-connectivity; however, this connectivity presents a multitude of threats that continue to...

Cyber Attacks Take Flight

As technology becomes more prevalent and convoluted in American society, responses by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) must adapt to the ever-changing threat of cyber attacks.  In the wake of the Sony breach by North Korea and the Islamic State (IS) hack of the Centcom twitter feed, awareness of...

“Beyond the Border”: The Partnership between The U.S. and Canada

The United States and Canada have a deeply-rooted past (regarding history, geography, and people) and with so have achieved to have the “largest bilateral trading relationship in the world[.]” These neighboring countries have traded over “$700 billion in 2012” (with each other) which continues to support “millions of jobs in...