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Pentagon’s Hackable Computer Chips | Hacker Hunting | Drone Defense, and more

1/15/20 Our picks Enable IntenseDebate Comments:  0 New Senior DHS Cyber Official Aims to Deliver Better Data to Threat Analysts (Sean Lyngaas, Cyberscoop) The Department of Homeland Security’s new senior cybersecurity official has his marching orders: Streamline the...

In Niger, 89 Killed in Islamic State Attack

1/15/20 Terrorism Enable IntenseDebate Comments:  Enable IntenseDebate Comments The Islamic State on Tuesday claimed responsibility for the 9 January attack on Chinégodar, in western Niger, near the Malian border, in which 89 soldiers were killed. It was the deadliest...

DHS S&T, BIRD Foundation Announce Awards for Advanced Homeland Security Technologies

1/15/20 Technology Enable IntenseDebate Comments:  Enable IntenseDebate Comments The Israel – U.S. Binational Industrial Research and Development (BIRD) Foundation the other day announced three awards for collaborative projects totaling $2.3 million to develop...

2019: 2nd Wettest Year on Record for U.S.; $14 Billion Climate Disasters

by | Jan 16, 2020 | Current Threats

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It was another year of record-making weather and climate for the U.S. in 2019, which was the second wettest behind 1973. 

Warmer-than-average temperatures were felt by much of the country including Alaska, which logged its hottest year on record. 

Alaska also experienced destructive wildfires that, when combined with those in California, caused damages in excess of $1 billion. Thirteen other billion-dollar disasters that struck the U.S. last year included Hurricane Dorian, historic flooding and severe storms.

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Source: http://www.homelandsecuritynewswire.com/dr20200115-2019-2nd-wettest-year-on-record-for-u-s-14-billion-climate-disasters

In Niger, 89 Killed in Islamic State Attack

1/15/20 Terrorism Enable IntenseDebate Comments:  Enable IntenseDebate Comments The Islamic State on Tuesday claimed responsibility for the 9 January attack on Chinégodar, in western Niger, near the Malian border, in which 89 soldiers were killed. It was the deadliest...