DHS Lags in Naming Cybersecurity Chief
Maryland Residents Unprepared for Hurricanes
A new survey says Maryland, New York and Connecticut residents are all lagging in hurricane preparedness. What coastal states are well-prepared – and which ones aren’t? Click HERE>>
Tomorrow makes it a year since DHS Secretary Chertoff said his department would elevate the post of cybersecurity czar to an assistant secretary. So where’s the chief? Click HERE>>
Robots with Paper Wings Could Change Emergency Response
A team of researchers in South Korea think they can develop robots that fly with flapping paper wings, and some say we can put the technology to use in emergency response. But will it work? Click HERE>>
Consultant Cracks FBI Database
A computer consultant has managed to unlock a classified FBI database and access employee passwords using hacking tools freely available on the Internet. If he could do it, can anyone?
Businesses’ Security Breaches Rising
DHS Outlines Plan for Telecommunications Infrastructure
More than 84 percent of businesses in North America say someone has breached their security in the past year, says a new survey. What will it take to get us to take security seriously?
With 80 percent of the nation’s critical infrastructure in the hands of private industry, a plan for working together is critical. Will the DHS’ new plan help protect our telecommunications?