Morning Security Briefs Untitled 09/22/2017Mexico Earthquake Death Toll Rises, Uber Loses License To Operate In London, Puerto Rico’s Road To Recovery Lengthens, And MoreDeath toll in Mexico continues to rise, London's transportation regulator rejects Uber's application to renew its license to operate, Puerto Rico faces a long road to recovery amidst financial challenges, and more.09/21/2017Puerto Rico Without Power, Rescues in Mexico, SEC Hacked, Police Shooting in Oklahoma, and MorePuerto Rico is completely without power after Hurricane Maria made landfall. Rescuers are working against time in Mexico to save those trapped by collapsed buildings. Hackers gained insight to corporate trading. Police officers shot and killed a deaf man. And more.09/20/2017Devastating Mexico Earthquake, Deadly Hurricane Maria, Earlier Equifax Breach, and moreMexican earthquake kills more than 200, Hurricane Maria kills seven in Dominica, Equifax says it suffered an earlier breach, Forbes offers tips on improving corporate security09/19/2017Hurricane Maria Gains Strength, Hackers Sabotage Free Computer Tool, Protest At Georgia Tech Turns Violent, And MoreHurricane Maria strengthens into a Category 5, hackers sabotage free computer cleanup tool CCleaner, a protest at Georgia Tech turns violent, and more.09/18/2017Security for UN General Assembly, Mapping Irma Damage, Casino Heist, Officer Appreciation Week, and MoreNew York City prepares for world leaders at UN General Assembly. The National Insurance Crime Bureau maps damage from Hurricanes Irma and Harvey. A security guard was shot during an Illinois casino robbery. And more.09/15/2017IED Explodes In London Underground, Scammers Target Hurricane Relief Effort, Equifax Hackers Stole Credit Card Transaction Data, And MoreA crude bomb explodes in the London underground, injuring at least 22; criminals target Hurricanes Harvey and Irma relief efforts; hackers stole credit card data from transactions from Equifax; and more.09/14/2017Russian Software Ban, Washington State Shooter, Chinese Security Risk, And moreU.S. government bans federal use of Kaspersky Lab software, Active shooter at high school kills one and injures three, Trump blocks China-backed investor from acquiring American company, Eight dead after nursing home loses power in Hurricane Irma09/13/2017Floridians Begin to Go Home, Aviation Security Countermeasures, Hepatitis A in San Diego, and MoreMillions are still without power, but officials are allowing people to return to the hard-hit Florida Keys. TSA needs to assess its aviation security measures, a GAO report finds. Fifteen people have died from a hepatitis A outbreak in San Diego, And more.09/12/2017Hurricane Irma Response, Virginia Election Security, Security Council Sanctions, And MoreFlorida’s west coast electric grid may require a wholesale rebuild, Virginia to replace its direct-voting machines, U.N. Security Council stiffens sanctions on North Korea, and bacteria from puppies sickens at least 39.09/11/2017Many 9/11 Responders Ill, FEMA Quashes Rumors, Egyptian Security Forces Strike Back, and MoreOn the 16th anniversary of 9/11, thousands of first responders have related illnesses and more than 1,000 victims are still unidentified. FEMA quashes rumors about Hurricane Irma. Central Cairo was the scene of a shootout between Egyptian secuity forces and suspected militants. And more.