Morning Security Briefs Untitled 04/25/2018Toronto Suspect Motive, Parking Garage Security, Auckland Airport Breach, and MoreToronto attack suspect showed signs of anti-woman ideology, San Francisco beefing up security in municipal parking garages, security screening briefly breached at New Zealand airport, Mexican students found murdered by drug cartels, and more. 04/24/2018Toronto Van Attack, Tennessee Gunman Arrested, Facebook Rule Book, and MoreThe motives of the man who killed 10 with a rented van in Toronto remain unclear. The Waffle House shooter was arrested without incident yesterday afternoon. Facebook made public its rulebook dictating what is allowed on the site. And more.04/23/2018Deadly Protests in Nicaragua, Tennessee Gunman Search Continues, Dozens Killed in Kabul, And MoreNicaragua's welfare reform, which sparked deadly riots, has been cancelled. Authorities continue to search for a gunman who killed four at a Tennessee restaurant. Another deadly suicide bombing in Kabul is claimed by the Islamic State. And more.04/20/2018Puerto Rico Power Restored, Aviation Safety Under Review, World War II Bomb Defused, and MorePuerto Rico restores power after an island-wide blackout, U.S. lawmakers call for aviation safety hearings after a Southwest jet engine explosion, the discovery of a World War II bomb forces the evacuation of thousands in Berlin, and more.04/19/2018Security Firms Sue Nashville Police, EarthNow will Surveil the Earth, Israeli Terrorist Attack Thwarted, and MorePrivate security firms sue Nashville police for monopolizing event security. A satellite start-up promises high-quality video of the Earth. An Israeli Terrorist Attack Was Thwarted at the border. Security veterans sue the NFL for age discrimination. And more.04/18/2018Deadly Southwest Flight, Immigration Deportation Ruling, Racial Discrimination Training, And moreA woman dies on Southwest Air flight after engine malfunction, Supreme Court rules against deportation law, Starbucks to close 8,000 stores for racial discrimination training, New conference held featuring diverse security voices04/17/2018Russian Hackers Target Routers, Facebook Discloses CEO Security Budget, Australian Efforts to Legalize Marijuana, and MoreRussian spies are targeting routers in homes and businesses, U.S. and U.K. officials warn. Australian efforts to legalize marijuana are dashed. Facebook discloses it spent $8.8 million on security and travel for CEO Mark Zuckerberg. And more. 04/16/2018Syria Airstrikes Response, Nationwide Woolworths Outage, Deadly Prison Fights, and MoreWestern allies declare the airstrikes on Syrian chemical facilities a success, but Syria says differently. Australian Woolworths stores suffered IT outages. Seven inmates were killed in a South Carolina prison. And more.04/13/2018Russian Court Bans Encrypted Messaging Service, Backpage CEO Pleads Guilty To Facilitating Prostitution, FTC Expands Oversight of Uber, And More A Russian court bans encrypted messaging service Telegram, Backpage.com CEO Carl Ferrer pleads guilty to money laundering and facilitating prostitution, the FTC says it will expand oversight of Uber after it withheld a 2016 data breach, and more.04/12/2018CA Border Mission Clarification, Cyberattacks Against ISIS, Crackdown on Sex Work Sites, and MoreCalifornia will send National Guard troops to the border, but not to enforce federal laws. The UK launched a cyberattack against ISIS last year, crippling its communication and propaganda abilities. A new law will increase liability for sites that enable sex trafficking. And more.