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Coping with the Threat of Nuclear and Radiological Emergencies

The recent NATO Advanced Workshop dealt with a wide range of issues of concern regarding nuclear weapons, radiological weapons and nuclear and radiological safety.

The North Korean Cyberattack on Sony: Is this Cyberwar?

In the wake of the cyber-attack from North Korea, Sony announced that it would not be releasing the film on the scheduled release date and major US movie theater chains declined to screen the film.

DEA Agent Set Up Sham Facebook Page to Aid Investigation, Woman Sues

A DEA Agent pushed the boundaries of scams, stings, and ruses, and many legal experts believe that he may have pushed it too far.

CTU at Homeland Security and Defense Education Summit

Dr. Nadav Morag, CTU Dean of Security Studies, presented at the Eighth Annual Homeland Security and Defense Summit in Colorado Springs. 

Stay Smart with Social Media

Social media is a great way to connect with others, but you may be putting yourself at risk by sharing too much.

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