Morning Security Briefs Untitled 12/12/2018Deadly Strasbourg Shooting, Border Wall Dispute, British Parliament Incident, moreThree people killed in shooting in Strasbourg, Trump asks Democratic leaders for $5 billion wall funding, man arrested after entering British Parliament grounds, and anti-graft groups petition Ghana to fight corruption.12/11/2018Report on Equifax Hack, Macron Makes Concessions, Potential Terrorists Arrested in Ohio, and MoreA U.S. Congressional report finds faults in Equifax security leading to the 2017 hack. French President Macron made concessions in hopes of ending the series of violent protests. Two individuals who were allegedly planning unrelated rampages in Toledo, Ohio, were arrested. And more.12/10/2018House of Worship Arson, French Protests Continue, USAF Failed to Report on Texas Gunman, and MoreAuthorities are investigating five arson incidents at Washington state Jehovah's Witness halls. French yellow vest protests continued. The U.S. Air Force did not report crimes that might have prevented a Texas gunman from buying weapons. And more.12/07/2018Comey To Testify Before Congress, Huawei CFO Arrested, Canada And France Launch AI Panel, And MoreFormer FBI Director James Comey is set to testify in a closed-door session, Canadian authorities arrest Huawei CFO on U.S. request, Canada and France announce creation of a panel to study artificial intelligence, and more.12/06/2018Terrorism Index Released, NYPD Gets Drones, School Safety Guidelines, and MoreWorld terrorism declined for the third year, reports the Global Terrorism Index. Fourteen drones are being deployed by the New York City Police. A school safety coalition released its fourth edition of security guidelines for schools. And more.12/05/2018Mourners Gather For Bush Funeral, NRCC Hacked During U.S. Midterms, Senators Call For Action Against Saudi Arabia, And MoreMourners and former U.S. presidents gather to pay respects to former U.S. President George H.W. Bush, thousands of internal GOP campaign emails were compromised in midterm hacking, CIA briefs U.S. senators on Jamal Khashoggi killing, and more.12/04/2018Marriott Breach Lawsuit, Michigan School Security, Russian Election Interference, Security Advisor RecommendationNational class action suit filed against Marriott, Michigan school districts look to bolster security, Mattis says Russia tried to interfere in midterms, Prosecutors to reportedly recommend sentence for Flynn. 12/03/2018Secret Service Tests Facial Recognition, France Addresses Riots, Alaskan Earthquake Aftershocks, and MoreThe U.S. Secret Service is testing facial recognition in and around the White House. French leaders are meeting to address riots by yellow vest demonstrators. Aftershocks continue following Alaskan earthquake. And more.11/30/2018Marriott Confirms Hack Impacting Nearly 500 Million, Ebola Outbreak Now Second Worst In History, Ukraine Bans Russian Men, And MoreMarriott confirms its guest reservation system was compromised beginning in 2014, the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo becomes the second worst in history, Ukraine bans some Russian men from entering the country, and more.11/29/2018Protecting Privacy in Healthcare, Taliban Attacks in Afghanistan, Digital Fingerprints, and MoreA U.K. science group calls for radical culture change in healthcare to protect patients' privacy. Taliban attackers killed at least 10 at a G4S facility in Kabul. Digital fingerprints can fool readers on smartphones. And more.