07/22/2010 - On the sixth anniversary of the release of the 9-11 Commission Report, the Department of Homeland Security today released another progress report on its efforts to meet many of the report's recommendations.
06/23/2010 - As part of its effort to protect U.S. intellectual property rights, the White House's new strategy emphasizes the government's responsibility for interdicting pirated products before they make it to consumers.
06/07/2010 - The United States must do more to stop the flow of assault weapons across the Mexican border, which has militarized the conflict occurring between the government of President Felipe Calderon and rival drug trafficking organizations, two border security experts argued today.
06/02/2010 - The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) may formally merge its units that oversee critical infrastructure protection and cybersecurity in light of their closely intertwined missions, a senior agency official told Security Management.
05/28/2010 - Read the basic outline of how the Transportation Security Administration’s Certified Cargo Screening Program aims to help the air cargo industry screen 100 percent of all cargo placed on board passenger planes before the August deadline hits.
04/22/2010 - The New York City subway plot and various attacks against railways worldwide show the United States focuses disproportionately on aviation security to its peril, says Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ).
04/01/2010 - Democratic House members wrote President Barack Obama this week urging him to fill an independent oversight board created to protect privacy and civil liberties from executive branch overreaching in the war on terrorism.
03/24/2010 - The FBI’s eGuardian system has proven a robust tool for aggregating terrorist threat information, in particular suspicious activity reports (SARs), according to a senior member of the agency’s Counterterrorism Division.
03/17/2010 - A series of threatening letters that contained bullets and white powder sent to Baltimore's City Hall and circuit court have exposed gaps in how U.S. mail is screened for threats, reports The Baltimore Sun.