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Everyone knows that the Department of Homeland Security concentrates on keeping things safe inside the borders of the United States. What many people don't know is that their mission includes making sure that software on government systems is reliable, stable, and secure.
Interop Radio host Curtis Franklin sat down with Kevin Greene, Program Manager for Software Assurance at the Cyber-Security Division of the Science and Technology Directorate in the Department of Homeland Security. In this interview, recorded at the Black Hat conference in September, Greene talked about the role of software assurance at DHS, how assurance is built into the software created and deployed by the department, and the lessons that enterprise software project managers can learn from the work on software assurance that's going on in our government departments and agencies.
Join us for this outstanding episode of Interop Radio and join us in the online chat! We look forward to having your voice in the discussion about software -- and how its quality can be assured via proper policies and procedures.
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The Republicans want to defund the president's executive orders on immigration but are having a hard time making that happen. After easily passing the GOP House, a funding bill for the Department of Homeland Security can't get to the floor of the Senate because the GOP has stripped funding requests to implement the president's immigration plans and Democrats refuse to consider it until the offending cuts are restored. This is a problem because funding will run out for DHS by the end of the month.
We'll discuss the politics and policy of the DHS funding controversy with Noah Rothman of Hot Air.
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Good evening, tomorrow on The Meter we will debate how secure are we in the homeland. The Patroit Act is set to expire on June 1st as lawmaker debate certain aspects of the act. Another case of white police officers being acquitted of killing black suspects has once again sparks protests of police brutality, in Cleveland. Also, more Americans are attempting to join ISIS as the terrorist group claims operatives are already in place in America. Are we safe in the Homeland? We will also cover the latest in the 2016 race for the White House. Please join us at 9:00 AM. The call in number is (347) 308-8933. Your input is essential.
Reported from Mac Slavo at SHTFplan.com on April 3, 2015.
A new Homeland Security purchase order listed on FedBizOpps raises an eyebrow or two.
Over the course of 9 pages (PDF), the technical requirements call for an arsenal of specialized weaponry for training and deployment against crowds.
On top of a wide range of gas and chemical grenades, rubber bullets and other riot rounds, the purchase calls for “controlled noise and light distraction devices,” including flash bangs which set off a 175 dB sound with 6 – 8 million candelas light bursts in 10 milliseconds.
So why are the Feds prepping to take on crowds?
The collection of equipment provides a diverse range of toys with which authorities could push back crowds and potentially intimidate free speech as well.
Are there more riots coming? Is widespread civil unrest only a matter of time? Is it related to martial law exercises like Jade Helm 15?
What do the Feds know that we don’t?
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Just in the last year alone, the world witnessed many unprecented, security breaches. Many of these Cyber based attacks targeted well known retail chains, such as Target and Home Depot. Then of course, was the drama brought by the Sony Corporation, with the security hacks it faced, and the threats posed to it by the launch of its movie, 'The Interview'. No business entity is ever immune from being a target of a Cyber based attack, but there are preventative techniques one can take.
One such proactive technique is that of the auditing of one's IT infrastructure, to pinpoint where the true security vulnerabilities and weaknesses lie. In our podcast today, we intervview Mr. Michael Fimin, CEO of Netwrix Corporation, and learn more about the IT Security audit process.
The beginning of a new week and new threats from ISIS to our homeland. The weekend news shows were "buzzing" about these threats like "bees around the honey pot!" Homeland Security has been warned that ISIS is now targeting malls across our country. How can we diffuse these threats??? What steps can we take??? Jeh Johnson, Secretary of Homeland Security, made appearances on all the major Sunday news shows calmly voicing his concern and the steps being taken. The Coffee Club is always ready to discuss pertinent topics that affect all of us. So get your coffee, pick up the phone and dial 64-595-3275 and talk with us!!! Let's get the conversation going!!!
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