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Preparing for Disaster: Exercise Angel Thunder 2013

I recently returned from a planning conference associated with Exercise Angel Thunder 2013. AT-13, and its Defense Support of Civil Authorities segment (Resolute Angel) are played on an 18-month cycle to exercise local, state, federal, and multinational civil and military agencies in disaster response and – particularly for the military forces – personnel recovery in simulated earthquake and combat scenarios.

Cybercriminals: Masterminds Wreaking Havoc in Cyberspace

There is a tremendous diversity to the threats in the cyber domain and the entities that are behind them. Let’s take a closer look at the individuals responsible for the various threats threatening our cybersecurity.

Security Challenges in East Africa: Economic and Social Concerns – Part 2

The East African countries represented in this exercise are facing significant economic and political challenges. Let’s take a closer look at the primary social divisions and economic challenges facing Rwanda, Burundi and South Sudan.

Cyber Threats to our Personal and National Security

In recognition of Cybersecurity Awareness month in October, our faculty offer insights on both policy and technical issues related to cybersecurity. In our second post of the series, Bruce Harmon, Ph.D., took a look at the defining terminology making its way into our culture. In today’s post, Stephen Recca, M.A., takes a look at four cybersecurity threats from a policy perspective.

Security Challenges in East Africa: Economic and Social Concerns - Part 1

CTU’s Global Security Series offers background on current national and homeland security topics. Dr. Morag recently participated in the Eastern Accord 2012 Counter Violent Extremism Exercise in Arusha, Tanzania. His second post in this series looked at primary security threats from the trans-national and global Jihadist groups operating in the region. Today’s post will focus on some of the economic and social challenges facing Djibouti, Uganda, Tanzania and Zambia.

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