Morning Security Briefs Untitled 04/24/2017Border Wall Tied to U.S. Budget, Bus Attack Motive is Financial, Drug Gang Violence in Mexico, and MoreTrump using the threat of a government shutdown to secure border wall funding, the man who bombed the bus of a German football team had financial motives, gang violence spikes in Mexico, and more.04/21/2017Paris Attack, Lack of Movement on U.S. Cyber Policy, Malaysia Airlines MH370 Update, and MoreThe man who killed a police officer in Paris was known to authorities as a potential Islamist radical; U.S. President Trump hasn't delivered on any of his cybersecurity promises; a new search area has been proposed in the hunt for missing Maylasian Airlines MH370, and more. 04/20/2017Violent Venezuela Protests, Australia Cybersecurity, Wireless Headphones Security, and MoreAt least three people were killed in protests yesterday in Venezuela after the president armed militiamen. Australia has a roadmap to double its cybersecurity growth. Bose headphones may have been collecting users' information. And more.04/19/2017Fresno Active Shooter, Diplomatic Security Post, Pentagon Defense Testing, and moreOverseer of diplomatic security not yet appointed, active shooter kills three in downtown Fresno, the Pentagon tests the ability to intercept Korean missiles, and Rhode Island appoints a state cybersecurity officer04/18/2017French Police Arrest Terror Attack Suspects, France Faces Flurry of Fake News, New Exploit Makes Malicious Websites Appear Legitimate, And MoreFrench authorities arrest two men suspected of planning a terrorist attack, officials raise concerns about fake news coverage of the French presidential election, a new exploit makes malicious websites appear legitimate, and more.04/17/2017Erdogan Election is Valid, U.S. Hacked Global Banking System, U.S. Immigration Arrests on the Rise, and MoreThe election of Tayyip Erdogan in Turkey is valid, hacker documents cite U.S. government exploits of the global banking transfer system, immigration arrests on the rise in the United States, and more.04/14/2017Massive Bomb Dropped, Canadian Legalization Bill, Airport Worker Strike, and moreLargest U.S. nonnuclear bomb hits Afghanistan, Trudeau introduces marijuana legalization bill for Canada, airport security staging partial strike in Portugal, and experts concerned about demise of forensics commission.04/13/2017San Bernardino School Security, Satellite Hacks, VA Hospital Woes, and MoreOfficials are assessing school security after a man entered a San Bernardino elementary school and killed his wife, a student, and himself. The Veteran Affairs hospital in the U.S. capitol is in dire straits. NASA's CISO warns of threats against satellites. And more. 04/12/2017Aviation Security Controversy, Border Assault Complaints, U.S. Warns Russia, Cybersecurity Investment LossesChicago politician says arming aviation security now unlikely, advocacy group obtains release of detainees' claims of assaults, U.S. urges Russia to stop supporting Syrian government, Cybersecurity breaches mean large company share losses 04/11/2017Student Among those Killed in San Bernardino Shooting, Stockholm Suspect Confesses, United Airlines Under Fire for Passenger Mistreatment, and MoreThree people including an eight-year old student are dead following a murder-suicide at an elementary school in San Bernardino, California. The man suspected of driving a truck into pedestrians in Stockholm before crashing into a department store has confessed. The CEO of United Airlines is standing behind his employees’ actions depicted in a viral video showing a passenger being forcibly removed from a flight. And more.