Morning Security Briefs Untitled 01/22/2018Afghanistan Hotel Attack, U.S. Government Shutdown, Foreign Surveillance Law Extended, and MoreThe Taliban claims responsibility for deadly Kabul hotel attack. The U.S. government is partly shut down. A U.S. law that allows for foreign surveillance is extended. And more.01/19/2018Drone Rescues Teen Swimmers, NIST Cybersecurity Framework, U.S. Governor Attempts to Bypass TSA, and MoreA brand new life-saving drone rescues two boys from dangerous surf, how the NIST Cybersecurity Framework has been received since 2014, N.J. Governor Chris Christie evades a TSA checkpoint then calls the reports "false," and more. 01/18/2018Active Shooter Standard, UK to Beef Up Channel Security, Apple Security Flaw, and MoreThe NFPA will process its active shooter standard as a provisional standard. UK will increase English Channel border security. A new security flaw affects iPhones and Mac computers. A security guard is accused of being a serial rapist. And more.01/17/2018Global Risk 2018, CIA Officer Arrested, Florida Hospital Security, and moreReport: top 10 risks to global security. Former CIA officer arrested for helping China. Florida Hospital beefing up security. Cyprus, Greece, and Jordan pledge anti-terror cooperation.01/16/2018FCC Investigating Hawaii False Alert, Colombia Bridge Collapse Kills 10, U.S. Lawmakers Pressure AT&T To Cut Ties With Chinese Company, And MoreThe FCC invstigatest a false missile alert issued in Hawaii, U.S. lawmakers pressure AT&T to cut ties with a Chinese company, and an explosion in Antwerp kills two.01/12/2018U.S. Lawmakers Vote To Extend Surveillance Laws, Mudslide Search And Rescue Continues, Mexico Names New Intelligence Chief, And MoreThe U.S. House of Representatives votes to extend current surveillance laws, search and rescue efforts continued in California for a fourth day, Mexico names a controversial new intelligence chief, and more.01/11/2018CES Trade Show Loses Power, Taiwan Police Give Away Infected Devices, Crossing Guards Privatization, and MoreA power failure shut down a main hall during the Consumer Electronics show in Las Vegas. While promoting a cybersecurity initiative, Taiwan police distributed malware-infected flash drives. Police in Overland Park, Kansas, are turning over school crossing guard positions to the private sector. And more.01/10/2018Deadly California Mudslides, FBI Decries Encryption, Campus Security Lawsuit, and moreAt least 15 killed in Southern California mudslides, FBI chief calls on tech firms for phone access, controversial speaker sues college for high security fee, new search for airliner MH370 to begin01/09/2018U.S.-Mexico Border Wall Funding, North and South Korea Agree to Military Talks, Fix for Chip Processor Flaw and MoreProposed funding for the U.S.-Mexico border wall would take funding away from other security measures, North and South Korea hold high-level talks, Intel's CEO announces a fix for flawed chip processors, and more. 01/08/2018Oil Tanker Near China Continues to Burn, JFK Airport Woes, Flu Wreaking Havoc, and MoreCrews continue to fight the blaze on an oil tanker after it crashed into a ship on Saturday, leaving 32 crew missing. Experts are criticizing JFK Airport's lack of preparation for last week's snowstorm. The flu is widespread around the world and is peaking earlier than normal. And Australia offers small businesses a cybersecurity guide.