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A new report finds the continued lack of information sharing between federal, state, and local agencies puts the US at risk of terrorist attack and emerging national security threats. We get details from former Senator Slade Gorton (R-WA.) who co-authored the testimony.
The 2010 Olympic Security Coordination Center will organize and direct the security efforts of over 40 federal, state and local agencies. Developed over the last four years by the 2010 Olympics Security Committee, which includes U.S. federal, state, local and Canadian security, intelligence, emergency management, defense, and public health agencies, this center was recommended by a Department of Homeland Security study in 2007. The Vancouver Olympic venues are located in close proximity to the border and adjacent to major U.S. shipping ports and other critical infrastructure.
Achieving effective cyber deterrence by denial, or defense in-depth, will require nothing short of a total paradigm shift from both government and the private sector.
Is al Qaida eyeing U.S. cyber weaknesses?
Cybersecurity bill to give president new emergency powers
The Afghan government took official control of the southern Taliban stronghold of Marjah on Thursday, installing an administrator and raising the national flag while U.S.-led troops worked to root out final pockets of militants.