More Morning Security Briefs 11/26/2018Russia Seizes Ukrainian Naval Vessels, Wrong Person Killed by Police, U.S. Border Closure at Tijuana, and MoreRussia attacked and seized three Ukrainian naval vessels as tensions rise between the two countries. A young man was mistakenly killed by police during a shooting in Alabama. U.S. officials temporarily closed the busiest border after 500 migrants rushed the border crossing. And more.11/21/2018New Interpol President, Artificial Intelligence Regulations, E. Coli Outbreak, MoreInterpol elects Korean president over Russian, U.S. government proposal would regulate some AI for security reasons, CDC officials say dozens sick from outbreak, Killer in 1969 murder allegedly identified by DNA11/20/2018Suicide Bomber Targets Religious Scholars Meeting, Chicago Hospital Shooting Kills Three, Judge Blocks Trump Asylum Ban, And MoreA suicide bomber targeted a banqueting hall in Kabul, killing more than 50 people; a gunman opened fire at a Chicago hospital; a U.S. federal judge temporarily blocked the Trump administration's asylum ban; and more.11/19/2018Chip Cards Not Reducing Fraud, UK Retail Readiness, Trenton School Security Officers Walk Out, and MoreChip-based payment cards were introduced to decrease fraud, but it has increased. U.K. police are preparing retailers for emergencies. Private security officers walked out of Trenton, New Jersey, schools. And more.11/16/2018Charges Revealed Against Assange, California Schools Close, Drones Hold Information On Owners, And MoreU.S. prosecutors inadvertently reveal charges against WikiLeaks founder, California schools close as Camp Fire smoke rolls in, drones reveal sensitive information about their owners, and more.11/15/2018300 Californians Missing Due To Camp Fire, Saudi Arabia To Seek Death Penalty For Journalist’s Murder, DARPA Tests Electric Grid, And MoreOfficials released an initial list of 300 missing people in Butte County, California, as the Camp Fire continues to rage; a California utility says it will face billions in potential liability; Saudi Arabia will seek the death penalty for the slaying of journalist Jamal Khashoggi; and more.11/14/2018Hate Crimes Increase, National Security Challenges, Alleged Ethiopian Coup, and moreU.S. hate crimes reported to FBI increase, Commission warns of national security weaknesses, Ethiopian officials say security leaders attempted coup, Media reports say Trump looking to replace DHS Secretary.11/13/2018Security Officer Killed in Shooting, Arrest Made in Australian Strawberry Contamination Case, Nations Sign Cybersecurity Pact, and MoreA security officer was shot and killed by police after apprehending an active assailant, Australian authorities made an arrest in strawberry contamination case, more than 50 nations sign on to a cybersecurity pact, and more.11/09/2018Thousand Oaks Gunman Visited Site Previously, Wildfire Blazes Near LA County, Trump Administration Issues New Rules On Asylum, And MoreThe gunman who opened fire at Borderline Bar & Grill had been there before and the venue was considered a safe haven for survivors of the Las Vegas shooting; authorities order evacuation of 75,000 homes due to California wildfire; and the Trump administration issues new rules curtailing asylum.11/08/2018Thousand Oaks Shooting, Security Overseer Resigns, U.S. AG Fired, and moreActive shooter kills 12 and himself at a dance bar in California, Member of Canadian security oversight committee resigns, Trump fires Attorney General Sessions, Official says opioid epidemic is a security crisis 11/08/2018Breaking News: Shooting at Borderline Bar in Thousand Oaks, California11/07/2018Midterm Election Security, Border Patrol Exercise, kidnapped students freed, and moreDHS officials see no significant breaches in midterms, Border patrol officials cancel exercise on Election Day, Search underway for kidnapped students in Cameroon, China and U.S. to hold security talks.11/06/2018Georgia Elections Cybersecurity Vulnerabilities, Six Arrested in Plot Against French President, Facebook Bans Accounts on Eve of U.S. Midterms, and MoreThe state of Georgia claimed its cybersecurity infrastructure was secure when it was not, six people were arrested in France for allegedly planning to take "violent action" against French President Emmanuel Macron, Facebook bans several accounts after tips from law enforcement, and more.11/05/2018Soldier Is Victim of Insider Attack, Yoga Student Saved Lives, More Dead in Italian FloodsA National Guard soldier was killed after an insider attack in Afghanistan. A student attacked the gunman who killed two in a yoga studio in Florida. Historic flooding in Italy has claimed at least 29 lives. And more.11/02/2018Investigation Finds Loop Holes In Facebook Ad Process, Jewish Leaders Urge Others To Show Up For Shabbat, Google Employees Stage Walkout, And MoreA ProPublica investigation finds loop holes in Facebook's new political ad process, Jewish leaders urge Americans to #ShowUpForShabbat, thousands of Google employees walked out in protest of the company's handling of sexual assault allegations, and more.11/01/2018Suicide Bombing at Russian Security Agency, Increased Southern Border Troop Deployment, Deadly Crash Kills Students, and MoreA suicide bomber targets an office of Russia's main security agency. Trump says he will send as many as 15,000 troops to the U.S.-Mexico Border. Twin brothers and their sister were killed while boarding a school bus in Indiana. And more. 10/31/2018Aerospace Stolen Secrets, D.C. Security Grants, Indonesia Plane Inspections, Citizenship Change ProposedDOJ says Chinese spies stole from U.S. aerospace companies, Washington to administer new funding for religious facility funding, Indonesia calls for plane inspections after crash, and Trump says he will try to end birthright citizenship.10/30/2018Deadly Indonesian Plane Crash, North Carolina High School Shooting, U.S. Restricts Exports to Chinese Manufacturer, and MoreThe cause of a deadly plane crash in Indonesia is still unknown. A shooting at a North Carolina high school leaves one student dead. The United States restricts exports to a Chinese chip manufacturer. And more.10/29/2018U.S. Synagogues on Alert, U.K. Warns of IOT Dangers, How Bomb Suspect Was Identified, and MoreAmerican synagogues are increasing security after the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting. A British agency asks manufacturers to secure products against hacking. FBI director describes investigation and arrest of mail bomb suspect. And more.10/26/2018More Explosive Packages Found, FBI Turns Focus To Florida, 14 Children Injured In China Knife Attack, And MoreTwo more mail bombs discovered, FBI turns focus to Florida as potential source of explosives, 14 children injured in a knife attack in China, and more.10/25/2018More Mail Bombs Found, Italy Fines Apple and Samsung, LAPD Watches Out for Dodgers, and MoreThe bombs addressed to media and political figures appear to be from the same source. Italy is fining Apple and Samsung for taking advantage of consumers. Los Angeles police are working with Dodgers players to prevent a repeat of last year's burglary of a player's home during the World Series. And more.10/24/2018Explosives Delivered to Obama And Clinton, Nuclear Arms Threat, Assisting Security Teams, China Sea Bridge, and moreTrump warns that United States will build up nuclear arsenal, Forbes offers ways to keep security team happy, China opens world's longest sea crossing, and duchess appearance cut short due to security concerns.10/23/2018Fraudulent Dead Sea Scrolls Removed, Violent Afghan Parliamentary Elections, U.K.-U.S. Cyber Agreement, and MoreThe Museum of the Bible in D.C. says it will remove five Dead Sea Scrolls determined to be fraudulent; a Pentagon official says defense efforts in Afghanistan are “working” despite a violent parliamentary election season; the United States and United Kingdom sign an agreement on cybersecurity and artificial intelligence; and more.10/22/2018Facebook Shops for Cyber Firm, Clubhouse Floor Collapses, ISIS Propaganda Leader Charged, and MoreFacebook is shopping for a cybersecurity firm. Thirty party-goers were injured when the floor of a clubhouse collapsed. An ISIS propaganda official has been charged. And more10/19/2018Convicted Preacher Released From Prison, Trump Changes Mind On Khashoggi, DOJ Launches Investigation Into Church Abuse, And MoreBritish authorities released a radical Islamist preacher convicted of inspiring support for the Islamic State, U.S. President Trump says he now believes reports that Jamal Khashoggi is dead, the U.S. Department of Justice launches an investigation into child sex abuse in Pennsylvania's Roman Catholic Church, and more.10/18/2018Voting Concerns Following Michael, Border Security Update, Journalist Murder Revelations, and MoreLocal officials are finding ways for areas hard hit by Hurricane Michael to vote. Turkey describes gruesome audio detailing the murder of a missing journalist. New laws throw deportation proceedings into question. And more.10/17/2018Crimea School Shooting, First Lady's Plane, Biometric Passenger Screening, Disease Outbreak Confirmed, and moreAt least 18 killed at college shooting near Black Sea, Melania Trump’s plane turns around after smoke appears, airports to use more biometric screening, more than 100 cases of rare disease confirmed, and former Senate Committee security chief pleads guilty.10/16/2018Security Breach at Air National Guard, Afghan Defense and Security, California Wildfire Prevention, and MoreThree people were arrested after a shooting at a Wisconsin Air National Guard unit. A new GAO report on the use of Department of Defense dollars in Afghanistan. A power company in California cuts customers off to prevent wildfires. And more. 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.