04/28/2009 - The London Underground and National Railways (LUNR) passenger screening trial conducted by the U.K. Department for Transport and other stakeholders concluded it’s not yet feasible to carry out 100 percent airport-style screening in the U.K.’s railway system. Read the other findings in the summary report.
04/15/2009 - Homeland Security Secretary Napolitano addressed concerns today regarding an internal department intelligence assessment that theorized that veterans returning from wars in Afghanistan and Iraq could be a threat to national security.
04/13/2009 - An unclassified report from the Department of Homeland Security warns that the economic crisis and the election of President Barack Obama will reinvigorate white supremacist and anti-government militia groups.
04/10/2009 - The British government plans to teach pro-Western, moderate Islamic groups how to bolster their rank in search engine results in an effort to drown out extremist voices online and reduce the chances for radicalization.
04/09/2009 - Once again Britain's counterterrorism community has learned the value of data security after its top cop inadvertently leaked the details of a counterterrorism operation yesterday, which prompted the police to launch raids on suspected al Qaeda terrorists earlier than planned.
04/01/2009 - A constitutional and international lawyer told lawmakers yesterday that the United States should dismantle state-run intelligence fusion centers, which have grown dramatically since 9-11 with the assistance of the federal government.
03/30/2009 - The Transportation Security Administration has failed to develop and complete comprehensive risk assessments on the trucking and bus industries' vulnerability to terrorism as mandated by the 9/11 Commission Act, the Government Accountability Office reports.
03/27/2009 - Animal rights extremists, who once relied on nonlethal actions against labs involved in biomedical research, now violently target researchers and others they see as aiding the research organizations. Learn how the biomedical research community has adapted.
03/27/2009 - Terrorism ranks as one of the top concerns facing businesses operating overseas, according to the 2008 analysis of major risks around the world from the Overseas Security Advisory Council (OSAC).
03/26/2009 - The recent terrorist attacks on hotels in Mumbai were just the latest reminders of how challenging—but critical—it is for hotels to find ways to detect, deter, and respond to terrorist threats while remaining open and welcoming public venues.