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10 Red Teaming Lessons Learned Over 20 Years

“I often get asked what lessons I’ve learned over the past twenty years, so I started putting together this list of 10 lessons learned over 20 years of red teaming a few years ago. Given that I’ve officially hit the twenty year mark, I figured it was time to hit the publish button. While m [...]

Islamic State will target Western Hotels abroad

“According to recent reporting by the FBI, ‘the threat posed by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) to hospitality and entertainment businesses frequented by US persons and other Westerners abroad likely will endure in 2016, based on a body of open source reporting.” Source [...]

Homeland Security to Open Office in Silicon Valley

“The Department of Homeland Security is finalizing plans to open a ‘satellite office’ in Silicon Valley that will work with tech companies to improve cyber security and recruit people to work for the government, Security Secretary Jeh Johnson announced Tuesday. ‘We want to st [...]

Boston Announces $18M in Homeland Security Funding

“Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced Thursday that the City of Boston and the Metro Boston Homeland Security Region (MBHSR) have received $18 million in grant funding from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security through the Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI) grant program.” Source: Mayor [...]


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