Morning Security Briefs Untitled 03/24/2017Officials Arrest Nine People In U.K. Terror Attack Investigation, United States Increases Vetting For Visa Applicants, U.S. Internet Privacy Rules in Jeopardy, And More Officials arrest nine individuals as they continue to investigate this week's terror attacks in London, the United States issues new instructions on vetting visa applicants, the U.S. Senate passes legislation that jeopardizes Internet users' privacy protections, and more.03/23/2017London Attack Updates, Shootout in Wisconsin, Hate Crime in NYC, and MoreThe attacker that killed three people in London yesterday was British-born and known to intelligence officials. Four people were killed in a shooting spree in Wisconsin yesterday. Survivors of the Pulse Nightclub massacre are suing the shooter's wife and employer. A Maryland man traveled to New York to kill black people. And more.03/22/2017St. Louis Security, North Korea Nukes, Women In Cybersecurity, And MoreSome call for more security on St. Louis Metrolink, Pyongyang envoy says North Korea accelerating nuclear program, Study finds women in cybersecurity face discrimination, Security experts question device ban03/21/2017New TSA Restrictions for Travelers, Ad Dollars Pulled Over Extremist Content, FBI Director Confirms Russian Probe, and MoreTSA restricts carry-on electronics for travelers to eight Muslim-majority countries, European companies pull their ad dollars from YouTube and Google over extremist content, FBI Director James Comey testifies about Russian probe and Trump wiretapping claims, and more.03/20/2017French Airport Attack, U.S. Intelligence Hearing, IoT Hacking, and MoreAn attack at a French airport on Saturday changed the discussion in the ongoing French presidential election, U.S. lawmakers hold a public hearing on allegations of Russian election-tampering, experts predict attacks leveraging the IoT to increase, and more.03/17/2017United States Rejects Talks With North Korea, Helicopter Attack Kills Somali Refugees, IMF Employee Injured By Letter Bomb, And MoreU.S. Secretary of State Tillerson rejects talks with North Korea over its nuclear and missile programs, a helicopter attack kills at least 31 Somali refugees off the coast of Yemen, and a letter bomb injures an IMF employee.03/16/2017Eight Injured in French School Shooting, Judges Halt Trump Travel Ban, U.S. Prosecutors Charge Russian Spies For Yahoo Hack, And MoreA shooting at a French high school injures eight, two U.S. federal judges block U.S. President Trump's travel ban from going into effect, U.S. prosecutors charge Russian spies for alleged involvement in the Yahoo hack, and more.03/15/2017DOJ Corruption Indictments, Deadly U.S. Snowstorm, Cyber National Guard, And MoreU.S. Justice Department charges eight Navy officials with corruption, at least four killed in Northeastern U.S. snowstorm, U.S. congressman calls for cyber National Guard, and St. Louis downtown business groups replacing guides with security.03/14/2017Blizzard Cripples East Coast, Terrorism in West Africa, House Intel Committee Puts Pressure on Trump Administration, and MoreA blizzard cancels thousands of flights on the East Coast and five states declare emergencies, the Ivory Coast fears more terrorism one year after a deadly beach attack, the U.S. House Intelligence Committee puts pressure on the Trump administration to substantiate wiretapping claims, and more. 03/13/2017New U.S. Budget a Boon to Homeland Security, Concert in Argentina Turns Deadly, Bird Flu on the Rise in China, and MoreThe newly proposed U.S. budget would increase funding for homeland security, lax security blamed for the death of two concertgoers in Argentina, bird flu is on the rise in China, and more.