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“That Doesn’t Look Right” – A Story of TSA’s Bad Data

TSA put out inaccurate data. I called them on it. This is the story of what happened next.

UAS Remote ID Proposed Rulemaking Will Not Be Completed by September

Some think the FAA proposed rulemaking on unmanned aircraft systems will be ready for the public by July. That is highly unlikely. Here’s why.

SAFETY Act Primers in Podcasts

Straightforward discussions on liability protection for anti-terrorism technologies and services.

A Case for Risk Takers in the U.S. Immigration System

The migrants being turned away at the border are just the type of people we want to welcome to the United States, if the laws change.

Quieting the Noise: A Simple Guide on How to Address Emerging Threats

With an endless list of attack scenarios, venue operators must thoughtfully consider mitigation strategies to address the persistent threats from bad actors.

Consider the Economic Consequences from Shutting Down the Border

Closing the southern border would lead to enormous costs in supply chain delays and reduced trade. Proceed with extreme caution.

A Salute to DHS’ Karinda Washington

The Private Sector Office’s Karinda Washington is a role-model for all.

BREAKING: DHS Press Sec. is QAnon?! Bennie Thompson Seizes Control?! Really?!

DHS Press Secretary Revealed as QAnon Source?! Bennie Thompson seizes control of House Homeland Committee?! Trump wrestles?! Really?!!!

New Study Explores Energy Security in Nevada

A recently released whitepaper, prepared by the National Security Forum (NSF) of Northern Nevada, explores the national security implications of advanced energy generation and distribution.

Considering the Wrong Metrics for Border Wall Funding

Using total drug seizures as a guide for expanding U.S. border security infrastructure is not as logical as it seems.