Morning Security Briefs Untitled 11/20/2017Border Patrol Agent Killed, Lazarus Hacking Group Strikes, Houses of Worship Security, and MoreA border patrol agent in southwest Texas dies on duty. The hacking entity known as the Lazarus Group moves into the mobile malware vector. Churches are beefing up security in the wake of attacks. Turkey bans LGBT events in the nation's capital. And more.11/17/2017Russia Vetoes Chemical Weapons Panel, DHS Outreach Official Resigns, Las Vegas Shooting Victims File 14 Lawsuits, And MoreRussia vetoes a resolution to continue an investigation into chemical weapons use in Syria, DHS head of outreach to religious and community organizations resigns after incendiary remarks made public, victims file 14 civil complaints stemming from the Las Vegas mass shooting, and more.11/16/2017Hackers Hold Schools Ransom, Russia Meddled in Brexit, NSA Software Flaw Stockpile Publicized, and MoreHackers hold students' information hostage in exchange for a ransom payout. Russian Twitter accounts spread Brexit propaganda leading up to the vote. The rules by which the NSA discloses or retains software vulnerabilities have been made public. And more.11/15/2017California School Shooter, Harassment Training Mandate, Zimbabwe Military Takeover, Iranian Earthquake ResponseAt least five killed in elementary school shooting, House Speaker announces mandatory anti-harassment training for Congress, Zimbabwe’s military takes control of country and detains leader, Rescue efforts continue after Iran/Iraq earthquake11/14/2017Digital Pill Approved, UCLA Players Released, Security Concerns in Popular Toys, and MoreThe FDA approves a digital pill that alerts doctors when patients take their medication. Three UCLA basketball players arrested in China have been released. A consumer watchdog says popular children's toys have major security risks. And more. 11/13/2017Iran-Iraq Earthquake, NSA Leaks, Apple Face ID Hacked, and MoreHundreds have died and thousands are injured following an earthquake on the Iran-Iraq border. NSA security leaks are puzzling investigators. A Vietnamese firm claims to have broken the Face ID authentication on the new iPhone. Operations at Orlando International Airport were disrupted by an exploding battery. And more.11/09/2017FEMA to Fly Puerto Ricans to NY, FL; Border Wall Questions; Transitioning Veterans; and MoreFEMA has approved a program to temporarily fly displaced Puerto Ricans to the continental U.S. The new DHS nominee says a complete border wall is unnecessary. The effectiveness of the DOD program to help transition service members is hard to track. And more.11/08/2017Church Security Debate, DHS Administration Vulnerabilities, Las Vegas Security, Facility Guards ArrestedChurch shooting rekindles debate about church security., Reports find gaps in oversight at Department of Homeland Security. Las Vegas steps up security ahead of Marathon-Rock Festival. Security officers at government building arrested.11/07/2017Texas Shooting Background Check Lapse, Assailant’s Motive, Chinese Anti-Spying Campaigns, and MoreThe Air Force failed to submit information to an FBI database that may have prevented the shooter in the Texas rampage from purchasing weapons. Investigators are still searching for a motive behind the deadly attack outside San Antonio. China ups the ante in its anti-spying campaign. And more. 11/06/2017Church Shooting, Finding North Korea’s Weapons, Middle Eastern Strife, and MoreTwenty-six are dead after a church shooting in Texas, Pentagon shares details with U.S. lawmakers on North Korean threat, troubling events in the Middle East, and more.