Home Page Submissions Content About the Founder Contact Us
Secure Your Computer
Personal Security
Disaster Preparedness
Homeland Security
Security Awareness Tips
Security Awareness Program
Security Awareness Training
INFOSEC Professional
INFOSEC Auditing
Risk Management
Insider Threat
Incident Response
Free Resources
Security Awareness Day


Homeland Security

Weekly Homeland Security Newsletter - ANSER Institute for Homeland Security
If you were to subscribe to one distribution for all your homeland security new, this would be it.

9-11 Commission Report
"The National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States (also known as the 9-11 Commission), an independent, bipartisan commission created by congressional legislation and the signature of President George W. Bush in late 2002, is chartered to prepare a full and complete account of the circumstances surrounding the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, including preparedness for and the immediate response to the attacks. The Commission is also mandated to provide recommendations designed to guard against future attacks."

The Transformation of Terrorism - CRN Publications (Free)
"Two new trends in terrorism introduced in this essay – impact scalability, defined as the trinity of the will, ability and capability to quantitatively manipulate conventional or unconventional mass casualty terrorism, and the dynamic of reciprocal threat perception, here identified as a likely catalyst for the future political violence movements’ (PVM) use of unconventional mass casualty terrorism – are intricately linked to the terrorist actors as the terminus a quo of terrorism. Both conceptions lend themselves to the conclusion that terrorism has become even more dangerous than suggested, and for reasons not addressed, by the proponents of the “New Terrorism.”"

Northeast Intelligence Network
"This is an anti-terrorist web site developed in response to the September 11, 2001 attacks on America that will offer practical reference information, vital links, and other valuable information from an investigative perspective. Although we are not related to OR ENDORSED BY any government agency, we interact with the applicable law enforcement agencies on a regular basis."

Homeland Security Group
The Homeland Security email list is for those interested in the domestic preparedness of the United States. Technological hazards include terrorism, nuclear power plant emergency, hazardous materials, and house and building fire. Everyone is invited to support the list by joining and posting their discoveries and questions on any issue relating to domestic security, preparedness, and response.

Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) Group
The OSINT List, is a high traffic list dedicated to the open sharing of any and all open source intelligence, including documents and news. It includes obscure news from around the world, as well as notification of new documents from the CIA, FAS, NSA, The White House, The State Department, and hundreds of other sources. The list generates about 50 messages a day. Consider subscribing to the daily digest version.

Copyright 2003 - 2008 - USSecurityAwareness.org - All rights reserved - Legal Notices