Iranian hackers penetrated the systems of 144 American universities. They used password spray attacks against organizations in the United States and abroad.
By Matthew Loux
Officers work irregular schedules and often spend long hours sitting in patrol cars, which makes it challenging to eat healthy. Here are some food supplements and meal-planning strategies to help officers eat more nutritious and well-balanced meals.
I recently sat down with members of Healthy Men Michigan, an organization partnered with Screening for Mental Health Inc., for a candid tweetchat about veteran suicide. Healthy Men Michigan is a campaign to engage men in a conversation about mental health.
Many cyber defenders watch for Chinese and Russian hackers. However, we must not forget that smaller countries are also in the cyber attack game.
By Leischen Stelter
The recent Thomas Fire in California destroyed 281,893 acres over nearly six weeks and took with it two lives and 700 homes. The loss still weighs heavily on the firefighters who battled the fire, but here’s how they are recovering.
By Charles M. Russo
Intelligence analysts need stellar critical thinking, writing, and research skills to succeed when they enter the field. Find out how students can make the most of their time in college to prepare for their future professional careers.
By Leischen Stelter
A job in corrections is extremely stressful, especially for those who work with the most difficult of the prison population. Kelli Callahan, whose work has involved the rehabilitation of sex offenders, shares advice on how to put your mental wellness first.
Sylvia Longmire provides analysis of President Trump’s proposal to seek the death penalty for drug traffickers – when it’s appropriate under current law.
Many servicemembers aim for a career in law enforcement after their service. Police departments often seek out candidates who have military experience.