Morning Security Briefs Untitled 06/20/2018Canadian Marijuana Bill, DHS Secretary Criticized, Escaped Inmates Recaptured, and moreCanada’s Senate passes marijuana legalization bill, Congressional Democrats push for DHS Secretary resignation, Wisconsin officials report capture of escaped inmates, New U.S. Senate bill aims to bolster supply chain security.06/19/2018U.K. Will Lose Access to EU Security Data, Migrant Children Controversy Continues, Tesla Employee Sabotage, and MoreThe EU's chief negotiator tells Britain it will lose access to security information including a warrant database due to Brexit, U.S. Republican lawmakers fear the Trump administration's policy on migrant children will affect two immigration bills, Telsa's founder says an employee attempted to sabotage the company, and more. 06/18/2018Moscow Taxi Incident, Repeated Warnings Lose Effectiveness, Israeli Soldier Photos May Be Banned, And MoreA taxi injured seven pedestrians in Moscow. A study finds that users become habituated to alarms and ignore them. Legislation in Israel may make it illegal to photograph Israeli soldiers in action. And more.06/15/2018Chile Begins Much-Needed Cyber Update, U.S. Border Security Woes, Clinton Investigation Report, and MoreAfter hackers stole $10 million from Chilean banks, the country is updating its cybersecurity strategy for the first time since 1993. Protests continue as immigrant families are separated at the U.S.-Mexico border. The Clinton email report shows Comey used his own personal email to conduct business. And more.06/14/2018Watchdog Report To Fault FBI Investigation, Apple To Close iPhone Access Loophole, North Korean Sanctions To Remain In Place, And MoreA new DOJ inspector general report is expected to fault former FBI Director James Comey, Apple plans to close a loophole that allows access to iPhone data, and the United States will keep sanctions on North Korea in place.06/13/2018Paris Hostage Incident, Sexual Harassment Report, Colorado Wildfire Rages, and moreHostage standoff in Paris ends without violence, Report finds much sexual harassment in academic setting, Wildfire forces closure of San Juan National Forest, Amnesty report alleges Cameroon security forces torturing residents06/12/2018Historic U.S.-North Korean Summit, FBI Arrests 74 Over Email Scam, Facebook Continued Sharing User Data, and MoreThe leaders of United States and North Korea release a statement from their summit, outlining provisions; the FBI arrests 74 for stealing millions of dollars in business email compromise schemes; Facebook continued sharing user data after the 2015 date it said it halted the practice; and more.06/11/2018Singapore Summit Security, Spain Rescues Migrants, Florida Revokes Gun Permits, and MoreSingapore gears up to protect the summit between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. The Spanish coast guard rescued hundreds of migrants from the Mediterranean Sea over the weekend. Florida revokes nearly 300 gun permits issued while background checks were not being done. And more.06/08/2018Pulse Victims Sue First Responders, Violence in Yemen Threatens Red Cross, Vietnam Cyber Law Criticized, and MorePulse Nightclub shooting victims are suing first responders in Orlando, the Red Cross pulls 71 employees from Yemen due to security risks, Human Rights Watch criticizes sweeping cybersecurity legislation in Vietnam, and more.06/07/2018School Security Recognized Florida Shooter, Sonic Illness in Chinese Consulate, Facebook Data Concerns, and MoreAn unarmed security officer recognized Cruz at Parkland High School but failed to alert authorities. U.S. consulate employees in China are experiencing unusual illnesses similar to the ones in Cuba. Facebook funneled user data to controversial Chinese company Huawei. And more.