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Department of Homeland Security

Read: DHS, NYPD Partner to Test Public Safety Communications Technologies

DHS, NYPD Partner to Test Public Safety Communications Technologies

DHS and NYPD tested two new technologies that might one day be utilized to overcome wireless dead spots and service congestion.

Read: Texas Rep. Says Government Needs a ‘Smart’ Border Wall

Texas Rep. Says Government Needs a ‘Smart’ Border Wall

A State Representative wants a “smart wall” that would integrate technology assets through an interoperable network across agency operations.

Read: Hackers Targeting Nuclear Facilities Are Suspected to Be Russian

Hackers Targeting Nuclear Facilities Are Suspected to Be Russian

The New York Times reports that unidentified hackers are going after the networks of companies responsible for operating nuclear power plants in the U.S.

Read: DHS to Enforce Stricter Security Measures for Commercial Flights Into U.S.

DHS to Enforce Stricter Security Measures for Commercial Flights Into U.S.

The new DHS measures will apply to both domestic and foreign air carriers for more than 280 last point of departure airports in 105 countries.

Read: DHS to Mexico Border Wall Bidders: High-Tech Equipment Alone Won’t Cut It

DHS to Mexico Border Wall Bidders: High-Tech Equipment Alone Won’t Cut It

The Trump administration told contractors bids for the not-yet-funded Mexican barrier that do not include a wall will not be considered.

Read: How a Tuna-Shaped Robot Could be the Next Tool in the Fight Against Terrorism

How a Tuna-Shaped Robot Could be the Next Tool in the Fight Against Terrorism

The BIOSwimmer is an unmanned underwater vehicle designed to monitor U.S. ports and harbors.

Read: Gun Control Now a Homeland Security Matter, DHS Secretary Says

Gun Control Now a Homeland Security Matter, DHS Secretary Says

DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson said on CBS that something needs to be done to cut down terrorists’ ability to purchase a gun.

Read: Homeland Security Minor Awarded to 7 Students at N.Y. College

Homeland Security Minor Awarded to 7 Students at N.Y. College

The students were enrolled in the College of Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Security and Cybersecurity program at the State University of New York at Albany.

Read: New DHS Files Raise Questions Over Boston Marathon Bomber’s Path to Citizenship

New DHS Files Raise Questions Over Boston Marathon Bomber’s Path to Citizenship

New files on Tamerlan Tsarnaev and his friend, Ibragim Todashev, were obtained by the Boston Globe under the Freedom of Information Act.

Read: DHS Loses 1,300 Badges, Credentials in 31-Month Period

DHS Loses 1,300 Badges, Credentials in 31-Month Period

The lost or stolen methods of identification raises security questions should they fall in the hands of terrorists.

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