Morning Security Briefs Untitled 10/15/2018Facebook Hack, Nigerian Pipeline Explosion, Migrant Deaths in Turkey, and MoreFacebook provided more details about a hack of 29 million accounts. A pipeline explosion in Nigeria killed more than 30 people who were attempting to steal fuel. Migrants heading for Greece were killed when their vehicle tumbled over a barrier. And more.10/12/2018Michael Moves Through United States, Chicago Clears Officer Of Shooting Death, Landslide Kills 31 In Uganda, And MoreAfter making landfall in Florida, Hurricane Michael was downgraded and made its way through the Carolinas and Virginia overnight; the Chicago Police Board cleared an officer for the shooting death of a 15-year-old boy; a landslide in Uganda killed at least 31 people; and more.10/11/2018Hurricane Michael Damage, Child Detention Hearing, Chinese Spy Arrested, and MoreThousands are without power after Hurricane Michael makes landfall, 104 children have not been reunited with their parents at the border, Chinese spy targeted aviation industry, and more.10/10/2018Potentially Catastrophic Hurricane, Border Fence Gaps, Downtown Pontiac Surveillance, Google Pentagon BidCategory 4 hurricane bears down with 145 mph winds. Feds plan to fill gaps in Texas border fence. Surveillance cameras installed in Michigan city. Google drops bid for Pentagon defense project.10/09/2018Deadly Limo Crash Investigation, Hurricane Michael Headed for U.S. Gulf Coast, Trump Endorses ‘Stop and Frisk,’ and MoreThe limousine that crashed and killed 20 people in New York recently failed a state inspection; Hurricane Michael may make landfall as soon as Wednesday on the U.S. Gulf Coast; Trump endorses "stop and frisk" at convention, and more.10/05/2018Russia Accused Of Cyber Plots, Search And Rescue Continues In Sulawesi, White House Finds Shortcomings In Military Supply Chain, And MoreThe Netherlands, the United Kingdom, and the United States accuse Russia of cyberattacks; search and rescue efforts continue in Sulawesi; a White House report finds shortcomings in the U.S. military supply chain; and more.10/04/2018Volcano in Indonesia, Officer Killed in South Carolina, Kardashian Bodyguard Sued, and MoreA volcano erupts in already-ravaged Indonesia, a police officer was killed in a shooting north of Charleston, Kim Kardashian's bodyguard sued by insurer for 2016 heist, federal cybersecurity bill passes, and more.10/03/2018Train Control Delays, Ricin Envelopes Intercepted, School Fortification Investigation, St. Pete BreachGAO says many railroads will need PTC extension, Envelopes headed for U.S. officials test positive for ricin, Associated Press investigates industry response to shooting, Florida city announces data breach.10/02/2018DOJ Moves Ahead with Bump Stock Ban, North Korea Nuclear Arsenal, France Retaliates for Iranian Bomb Plot, and MoreThe DOJ moves forward with a plan to ban bump stocks, which investigators say gave the Las Vegas shooter extra firepower. A South Korean official made public comments about North Korea's suspected nuclear arsenal as the diplomatic process to eliminate that stockpile continues. France retaliates for an attempted bombing on an Iranian opposition rally outside Paris. And more. 10/01/2018Indonesian Earthquake Rescue Continues, Nepal Disaster Exercise, Syrian Terrorist Cell Discovered, and MoreAt least 800 have died in an Indonesian earthquake, as rescuers continue to search for survivors. An earthquake response drill in Nepal involved more than 300 participants from 14 countries. An Islamic State cell was uncovered in Syria. And more.