Site Map - Homeland Security

The Trouble with UAVs

- Software glitches, high costs, and safety concerns have limited the widespread domestic use of unmanned aerial vehicles.

The Trouble with UAVs

- Software glitches, high costs, and safety concerns have limited the widespread domestic use of unmanned aerial vehicles.

Walmart Partners with DHS on "If You See Something, Say Something" Campaign

- Walmart is partnering with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security in the agency's "If You See Something, Say Something" campaign.

Are Dogs the Solution for Airport Security Screening?

- The Christian Science Monitor reports on the pros and cons of using bomb-sniffing dogs to screen airline passengers.

Cargo Screening

- The Dallas Museum of Art is now a Certified Cargo Screening Facility under the Transportation Security Administration’s Certified Cargo Screening Program. Read more about that designation and process online.

TSA Chief Looks Forward to Less Invasive Security Screening Technology

- Automated target recognition could provide a screening solution that doesn't upset privacy concerns, but it's not ready for prime time, TSA chief testifies.

Morning Security Brief: Intelligence Failure, Bomb-handling Robots, and International Security

- New York Times reveals how the lack of information sharing among U.S. agencies was a possible factor that led to the Mumbai attacks. U.S. Army asks private sector to make better bomb-handling robots. And American and Australia strengthen security ties.

Rep. King to Push Consolidated DHS Oversight

- Keeping Guantanamo Bay detainees out of the United States and streamlining congressional oversight are among the top priorities of Peter King (R-NY3), the Republican expected to retake the reins of the House Committee on Homeland Security in the new Congress.

Morning Security Brief: Radical Cleric Charged, Cyberbullying Help, FISA Rules Revised, School Firing Upheld

- Yemen charges Anwar-al-Awlaki with incidtement to kill foreigners; Facebook sets up a resource to help fight cyberbullying; FISA revisions are set in new rules of procedure for the court, and a ruling to uphold a firing of a school employee is questioned.

Morning Security Brief: Gang Membership, Bomb Plot Investigation, Secure Flight Goes Live, and More

- While gang membership is up sharply in recent years, violent crime is not. Secure Flight goes into effect today. Clues to the origins of last week's attempt to send bombs via planes are followed. And more.

Explosive Materials Found in U.S.-Bound Parcel

- The discovery of explosive materials in a U.S.-bound air parcel put stateside law enforcement on high alert Friday, according to press reports.

Supply Chain

- DHS offers a catalog of best practices and a framework for full supply-chain risk assessment for members of its C-TPAT program. The catalog is also accessible for nonmembers.

Moving Cargo Securely

- A look at what companies that join the post-9-11 C-TPAT program have to do and how their efforts contribute to homeland security.

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