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Morning Security Brief: DNC 2012 Security, Bomb Materials in Hotel Room, Hackers ‘Diversify’ Phishing Attacks, and More

- The U.S. Capitol Police and around 50 other agencies are working together to secure the Democratic National Convention. Authorities in Manila are on the hunt for a bomb maker. New research says hackers are going around traditional corporate security. And more.

Morning Security Brief: Isaac Update, UKBA Targets London University, Hazmat Database for First Responders, and More

- Hurricane Isaac is weakening after dropping 20 inches of rain and producing three tornadoes. The UK Border Agency revokes a university’s ability to issue student visas, calling it “threat to immigration control.” And more.

Due Diligence Across Borders

- Before developing a partnership with a foreign company, organizations must conduct a thorough investigation to ensure compliance with anticorruption laws.

Morning Security Brief: Empire State Shooting, Neo-Nazi Raids, Deterring Gang Violence, and More

- Gunman opens fire at Empire State Building Friday morning but details remain scarce. German authorities raid neo-Nazi hideouts ahead of protests. A judge in Utah bans gang members from each other to deter escalating violence. And more.

Morning Security Brief: Estimating the Cartel Death Toll, NIST Standard Could Mean Government Web Site Overhaul, and More

- A blogger calls for a uniform way of counting deaths across agencies to get an accurate number of narco-related deaths in Mexico. NIST standard could cause an overhaul for government Web sites. And more.

Morning Security Brief: Quick Online Security Tips, Mobile Payment System Concerns, Chrome Exploits, and More

- Online security tips. Google increases exploit bounties. Mobile payment system concerns. And more.

Morning Security Brief: JFK Breach, Olympic Security, iOS Security, and More

- A man walks right past JFK airport’s perimeter security and into a terminal without setting off any alarms. A military official says it will take two years for the British military to recover from deploying so many people so quickly for the Olympics. iPhone security unbreakable by law enforcement. And more.

Morning Security Brief: Earthquakes in Iran, Identity Theft, U.S. Pressuring Swiss Banks, and More

- Earthquakes in Iran kill hundreds. Identity thieves stealing information to orchestrate fake marriages. The U.S. wants Swiss banks to divulge names of Americans hiding money. And more.

Morning Security Brief: Tucson Shooting Suspect Pleads Guilty, Athletes Disappear from Olympics, and more

- Tucson shooting rampage suspect Jared Loughner pleads guilty. Athletes go missing from the London Olympics. Tips on how to avoid an "epic hack." And more.

Morning Security Brief: El Salvador Murder Rate Drops, Solar Storm Reaches Earth, Florida to use DHS List for Voting, and More

- A truce between gangs cuts El Salvador’s murder rate. Sixth solar storm reaches Earth, causes no problems. Florida granted access to list of foreigners in the U.S. legally in an effort “prevent voter fraud.” And more.

G4S May Not Meet Its Olympic Security Commitments

- A staffing blunder by security giant G4S could mean that British troops will have to make up the difference when the Summer Olympic Games begin at the end of the month in London.

Olympic Missile Plan Approved

- The British military has been given permission to deploy a missile battery atop an apartment building during the upcoming Summer Olympics in London.
 




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