13 Jul 2018

Russia continues to conduct information warfare in the US

A DHS official has testified before congress regarding continued Russian efforts that have “focused on identifying divisive issues and sowing discord.” U.S. elections and critical infrastructure remain key targets and a part of Russia’s “long-term campaign objectives.” This testimony precedes by one week President Trump’s meeting with Putin, where Russian

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26 Jun 2018

DHS Warns Russia Can Take Down US Infrastructure

The Russian government likely has the ability to engage in disruptive and destructive attacks against U.S. critical infrastructure.

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13 Jun 2018

DHS Cyber Experts Hack 757 Aircraft in Two Days

New reporting has revealed that DHS cyber experts conducting a full security assessment of the 757 aviation platform were successful in compromising the aircraft in less that two days. The experts warned that it is “a matter of time before a cybersecurity breach on an airline occurs.” Source: DHS experts

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16 May 2018

DHS Releases New Cyber Strategy

The Department of Homeland Security has published a new Cyber Strategy that includes a set of five year goals for the department and related agencies.

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23 Apr 2018

Here’s why DHS banned Kaspersky products

DHS reporting submitted by Kaspersky as part of their court case provides some insight into why the U.S. government was warning against the use of Kaspersky products. “Based on publicly available information, Kaspersky-branded antivirus software and other Kaspersky-branded products and solutions that contain antivirus functionality appear to present the general

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20 Jul 2017

DHS Issues Report on AI Risk to Critical Infrastructure

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is an emerging risk that will affect critical infrastructure (CI) as it becomes common throughout the United States. The purpose of this research paper is to analyze the narratives about AI to understand the prominence of perceived key benefits and threats from AI adoption and the resulting

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04 Feb 2017

Baseline Comparison of US and Foreign Anarchist Extremist Movements

This joint DHS and FBI Assessment examines the possible reasons why anarchist extremist attacks in certain countries abroad and in the United States differ in the frequency of incidents and degree of lethality employed in order to determine ways US anarchist extremists actions might become more lethal in the future.

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25 Jul 2016

DHS Critical Infrastructure 2025 Strategic Risk Assessment

This strategic risk assessment provides an overview of six distinguishable trends emerging in U.S. critical infrastructure. These trends, when combined or examined singularly, are likely to significantly influence critical infrastructure and its resiliency during the next 10 years. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security/Office of Cyber and Infrastructure Analysis identified

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07 Jan 2016

DHS Guide to Militia/Extremists

Homeland Security Reference Aids, prepared by I&A, provide baseline information on a range of homeland security issues. This product is one in a series of reference aids on violent domestic and foreign extremist groups that assess the nature and scope of the threat they pose to the Homeland. This product

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17 Dec 2015

DHS Updates National Terrorism Advisory System

In 2011, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) replaced the color-coded alerts of the Homeland Security Advisory System (HSAS) with the National Terrorism Advisory System (NTAS), designed to more effectively communicate information about terrorist threats by providing timely, detailed information to the American public. When it was launched, NTAS featured

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