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Officials tight-lipped on U.S.-China cyber talks

November 30, 2015

What can the U.S. expect from the first round of ministerial-level cybersecurity talks with China in more than a year?

As Anonymous wages war on ISIS, experts uncertain of its impact

November 25, 2015

WASHINGTON (Sinclair Broadcast Group) — As the hacker collective Anonymous steps up its war against ISIS by bombarding potential terrorist sympathizers with 80s music, some security and terrorism experts question how much these efforts are accomplishing.

Long Lines, Police Await Holiday Travelers Amid Terror Fear

November 24, 2015

If you’re traveling this Thanksgiving holiday, brace yourself.

Wait times at U.S. airport security checkpoints were already up this year as passenger counts grew and the Transportation Security Administration imposed more thorough screening protocols.

Travel Security Concerns Heightened After Paris Attacks

November 22, 2015

Director Frank J. Cilluffo featured on MSNBC

4 Things To Know About Visa Waivers And Security

November 20, 2015

While Congress took steps to pause the Syrian refugee program this week, there is another concern that many say poses a bigger threat of allowing a potential terrorist into the U.S.

Kentucky refugee case highlights worries over Syrians in US

November 19, 2015

From a Kentucky college town, two Iraqi refugees plotted to send sniper rifles, Stinger missiles and money to al-Qaida operatives waging an insurgency back home against U.S. troops. The scheme was foiled and both are in prison, but the case has left jitters about whether extremists might slip in among Syrian refugees resettling in the U.S.

Is US refugee vetting process sufficient? Kentucky fuels concerns

November 19, 2015

More than half of US governors have said they do not want Syrian refugees to settle in their states because of worries that terrorist sleeper cells could enter the country under false pretenses and plan an attack.

High Anxiety at Airports and on Planes in the United States After Deadly Paris Attacks

November 17, 2015

Director Frank J. Cilluffo featured on ABC News

Metro Increases Patrols And Searches In Wake Of Paris Attacks

November 16, 2015

Metro Transit Police say they're increasing patrols and deploying K9 sweeps as a precaution in response to the terrorist attacks in Paris.

U.S. faces new ISIS threat in wake of Paris attacks

November 16, 2015

WASHINGTON (Sinclair Broadcast Group) — As a new video purportedly released by ISIS threatens terrorist attacks in the U.S. similar to those committed in Paris last week, counterterrorism experts say some potential targets are impossible to fully secure.

Analyzing Likelihood Of Similar Attack In U.S.

November 15, 2015

Director Frank J. Cilluffo featured on CBS News

Wariness of U.S. terror risks grows

November 14, 2015

U.S. officials says they know of no 'credible' threats to the homeland from ISIL, but the country is hardly immune from attacks.

The NSA school: How the intelligence community gets smarter, secretly

November 09, 2015

Leonard Reinsfelder’s wife found a note on her car as she was leaving a shopping center one day: “Have your husband give us a call. We think we could use him.”
There was a phone number, and nothing else.
So began Reinsfelder’s career at the National Cryptologic School, which functions as a sort of college for the National Security Agency and the intelligence community.

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