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the Department of Homeland Security is expected to announce tomorrow that it will ban all laptops and other large devices (like tablets) from being held in the cabin on flights originating in Europe. Expect a world-wide ban soon .....
Why did the United States just ban large electronics in the passenger cabins of certain flights? It depends on whom you ask.
In the normal course of events, the announcement by DHS that it would ban large electronic devices from direct flights originating at ten airports in the Middle East would excite a great deal of comment. Technologists would speculate as to the nature of the potential new bomb threat. Intelligence-types would be curious as to the provenance of the intelligence -- was it SIGINT or HUMINT? Law and policy folk would ask about the legal underpinnings and debate the policy's scope and wisdo
Thoughts on how Secretary Kelly can effectively utilize the Department's Joint Task Forces—operational coordination elements that synchronize DHS components in discrete geographic or functional areas.
Wherein Donald Trump does his best Barack Obama impression ....
President Donald Trump delivered remarks to employees of the Department of Homeland Security earlier today. Video of his speech is available below from the White House YouTube channel. (The speech begins at 1:11:11 into the video.)
President-Elect Trump has a broad immigration and border security agenda (at least according to his campaign promises). How much of it can he actually achieve? Most of it. We examine the details.
President-Elect Trump wants DoD to defend the civilian cyber infrastructure. That's probablly illegal. It's also a bad idea.
In bonus episode 106, Stewart and Alan interview Phil Reitinger, former DHS Deputy Undersecretary for Cybersecurity and Sony Corporation CISO and current Director of the new Global Cyber Alliance, making up for the famous “lost episode” that they recorded on the sidelines of the RSA Conference.