A U.S. jury found Dzhokhar Tsarnaev guilty of the Boston Marathon bombing, and his own lawyer admitted it in court, but a relative said Thursday that she remains convinced that he and his now-dead elder brother had no reason to carry out such a terrorist attack.
By Brett Daniel Shehadey
Special Correspondent for In Homeland Security
Adm. Harry B. Harris Jr. has voiced concern that China is building an artificial island in the Spratly archipelago, labeling it the 'Great Wall of Sand.'
By John Ubaldi
Contributor, In Homeland Security
The nuclear negotiations with Iran have had plenty of drama, precipitated with the United States having strained relations with our long term allies in the region.
By Glynn Cosker
Editor, In Homeland Security
One man is dead and another suffered seriously injuries following an exchange of gunfire at the entrance to the NSA headquarters located within Fort Meade, Maryland.
By James A. DeMeo, M.S.
Founder, President & CEO at Unified Sports & Entertainment Security Consulting LLC
Attention Stadium Managers and Security Directors: When was the last time you took a real good look at the strengths and weaknesses in your stadium, venue, or arena? Have you make a checklist? Do you know your priorities?
By Dr. James Burch
Associate Professor, School of Security and Global Studies at American Military University
The future of cyberspace and cybersecurity has been debated by many theorists and academicians have rendered opinions and studies on the topic.
By Glynn Cosker
Managing Editor, In Homeland Security
The Maritime Cyber Security Seminar and Symposium at CCICADA wrapped up March 2nd with many takeaways provided by the various expert speakers and panelists. The symposium was co-sponsored by Rutgers University and American Military University.
By Dr. Charles Russo and Anthony Galante
This January, a personal unmanned aerial system (UAS) crashed on to the White House lawn. While the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) intended to bring forward new regulations for the public and commercial use of UAS in 2015, this incident seems to have accelerated the timetable.
By Lydia DePillis The Washington Post The city of Saginaw, Mich., has an arson problem. The former manufacturing hub…