Morning Security Briefs Untitled 02/24/2017Pakistan Launches Nationwide Anti-Terrorism Operation, U.S. To Resume Use of Private Prisons, Research Reveals Flaw In Common Crypto Tool, And MorePakistan launches a nationwide crackdown on terrorism, the U.S. Department of Justice will resume using private prison facilities, and new research reveals a common cryptographic hash function is vulnerable to an attack.02/23/2017Sexual Assault Unchecked at Nursing Homes, Documents Released on Underwear Bomber, ‘Old School’ Communications Still Dominate the Workplace, And MoreA CNN investigation finds that U.S. seniors are being sexually abused by caretakers with little intervention, new documents detail how al Qaeda recruited the underwear bomber, and email, phone calls, and texts still dominate workplace communications.02/22/2017Immigration Plans Released, Migrants Wash Ashore, UPS Drone Test, and moreTrump administration releases immigration enforcement plans, at least 74 migrants found dead on Libyan coast, UPS tests drone delivery system, and San Jose calls for mandatory evacuations after flooding 02/21/2017JFK Airport Security Breach, Trump Names New National Security Adviser, Privacy Bill Introduced in U.S. House, and MoreEleven passengers went through a security checkpoint at JFK International Airport without being properly screened, Trump names a high-ranking military general as his new national security adviser, a privacy bill restricting law enforcement's use of cell-site stimulators is introduced in the U.S. House, and more.02/17/2017Pakistan Bombing, Border Security Studies, White Supremacist Attack Planned, and MoreAt least 80 people were killed by an ISIS suicide bomb at a shrine in Pakistan. Two GAO reports assess infrastructure and the use of drones along the U.S.-Mexico border. A man was arrested for planning a Dylann Roof-style attack. And more.02/16/2017U.S. Hate Groups on the Rise, Immigration Arrest Concerns, Cybersecurity Talent, and MoreU.S. hate groups are on the rise, sanctuary cities are worried about federal crackdowns on crime targeting immigrants, cybersecurity hiring pools are much smaller than market averages, the importance of supply chain management in healthcare, and more.02/15/2017U.S. Cybersecurity Report, Public Security Debate, Russian Cruise Missile, And moreGAO recommends U.S. strengthen its cybersecurity, White House criticized for public deliberations of sensitive information, U.S. officials reportedly say Russian missile violates treaty, Security issues top concerns of French voters02/14/2017U.S. National Security Adviser Steps Down, U.K. Opens Cyber Center, Officials Warned Previously about Failing Dam Spillway, and MoreTrump's national security adviser steps down amid controversy involving the Russian ambassador, the U.K. opens a cybersecurity center in London, officials had previously been warned about the potential for a dam's spillway to fail in Northern California, and more.02/13/2017U.N. Meets on North Korea, Paris Airport Tests Biometrics, U.K. Cyber Chief Issues Warning, and MoreThe U.N. Security Council meets to discuss North Korea's missile launch, Charles de Gaulle Airport tests a new facial recognition system, the new U.K. cybersecurity chief issues a warning about hacking.02/10/2017Four Arrested For French Terror Plot, U.S. Courts Refuse to Reinstate Travel Ban, Canada Finds Little Evidence of Refugee Security Threat, And MoreFrench authorities arrest four on terror plot suspicions, U.S. federal appeals court rejects Trump's attempt to revive his travel ban, and Canadian immigration enforcement finds little evidence of security concerns over Syrian refugees.