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There’s a battle raging on Capitol Hill over the details of a new bill that will attempt to mandate cybersecurity measures for a number of private-sector companies.
Thanks to lightning-fast software from the Department of Homeland Security's Science and Technology Directorate (DHS S&T), if a truck bomb was discovered in Lower Manhattan we will now be able to predict the likely damage patterns in the surrounding areas, and prioritize the first responders' activities long before the bomb's acoustic shockwave ricocheted out at the speed of sound.
In an ideal world, every tunnel, train terminal, and critical building would be built like a fortress to withstand any emergency.
Two tourists were arrested and kept under armed guard in Los Angeles recently for remarks made on a Twitter account.
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The Department of Homeland Security and FBI have denied allegations that a cyber intrusion caused an Illinois water utility to burn out.
Claims that hackers managed to remotely compromise a central Illinois utility network and shut down a water pump on November 8 are being looked at by federal investigators.
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