Morning Security Briefs Untitled 07/24/2017Embassy Shooting Escalates Tension, YouTube Fighting Terrorism, Qatar Amends Terrorism Laws, and MoreAn embassy shooting in Jordan escalates tensions over security at an Israeli site revered by Jews and Muslims, YouTube is redirecting searches for violent extremism, Qatar approves stricter anti-terrorism laws; and more.07/21/2017Terror Attacks And Deaths Decline, Two Online Black Markets Shut Down, U.S. State Department To Close Cybersecurity Branch, And MoreTerror attacks and deaths declined globally in 2016 for the second year in a row, authorities shut down AlphaBay and Hansa Market, and the U.S. State Department plans to close its cybersecurity branch.07/20/2017Australia National Security Shakeup, Body Cam Reveals Police Misconduct, Key Issues in Fighting ISIS, and MoreAustralia's intelligence organization and police force are now managed by one person. Body cam footage appears to show a Baltimore police officer planting drugs. The GAO assesses U.S. efforts to fight ISIS. And more.07/19/2017Election Fraud in the United States, Metal Detectors in Jerusalem, Extra Security on Mexican Flights, and MoreU.S. President Trump has convened a commission to study voter fraud while another group launches a bipartisan effort to thwart cyberattacks on U.S. voting infrastructure, Israel installs a metal detector at the entrance to a holy site; extra security screening is being applied to those flying from Mexico to the United States; and more.07/18/2017Alaska Tsunami Threat, Texas Border Security, Australian Security Reorganization, and moreTsunamis possible after Alaskan earthquake, Texas border security receives $2.3 million from feds, Australia reorganizing security agencies into super-ministry, security robot plunges into fountain 07/17/2017Arizona Flood Turns Deadly, Israel Increases Security, Australia Proposes Tough Cybersecurity Law, and MoreArizona rescuers are searching for a boy swept away by a flash flood that killed at least nine others. Israel is increasing security at a Jerusalem mosque following the killing of two police there. Free Wi-Fi users don't read the fine print. The Australian government is proposing a cybersecurity law that will require global tech companies to decrypt messages from suspected terrorists. And more.07/14/2017Teen Arrested In Connection To London Acid Attacks, Suspect Confesses to Killing Four Missing Pennsylvania Men, Judge Rules on U.S. Travel Ban, And MoreLondon authorities arrest a teen suspected of being involved in a string of acid attacks, a suspect confesses to murdering or participating in the murders of four missing Pennsyvlania men, and a U.S. federal judge rules that grandparents and other relatives should be exempt from the Trump adminsitration's travel ban.07/13/2017Verizon Breach Affects 6 Million, British Hospitals Get IT Boost, Terror Financing Report Kept Secret, and MoreThe data of 6 million Verizon users was made public due to a contractor's error. Britain is giving £21 million to trauma centers to bolster cybersecurity. A U.K. terrorism financing report is being kept under wraps, raising suspicions of Saudi Arabia's involvement. And more.07/12/2017Apple in China, Anti-Terror Agreement, Overseas Chinese Troops, and MoreApple setting up data center in China to comply with Chinese cybersecurity rules, United States and Qatar sign agreement to combat terror financing, China establishing first overseas military base, and a U.S. commander indicates ISIS leader is dead.07/11/2017U.S. Military Aircraft Crash, Indian Pilgrims Ambushed, and MoreAt least 16 people were killed when a military aircraft exploded over Mississippi. Seven Hindu pilgrims were killed in India during an ambush that officials knew of beforehand. And more.