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Today’s interdependent and interconnected world requires joint efforts and holistic approaches to the growing number of attacks against critical infrastructure assets, which have increasingly become a necessity in order to address ever-evolving convergent threats to our economy, security and well-being.

Critical Infrastructure Protection Review, the go-to destination for the latest news, insights and expert knowledge is designed to assist governments, and the public and private sectors to improve the security and resilience of vital critical infrastructures and strengthen their preparedness to withstand and recover from the physical and cyber attacks.

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Top News

  • DHS announces finalists for $300K challenge to develop emerging biothreat detection system

    February 16, 2018

    The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science & Technology Directorate (S&T) named five finalists for a $300,000 grant to develop an early warning system that detects emerging biothreats using existing data on Wednesday. Finalists for the grant, which is being administered by the S&T Directorate and the Office of Health Affairs National Biosurveillance Integration Center (NBIC), ...

  • Enriched Uranium Particle Appears Over Alaska – and No One Knows Why

    February 15, 2018

    There’s a whiff of something radioactive in the air. A research plane flying over the Aleutian Islands on Aug. 3, 2016 detected a single speck of enriched uranium floating about 4.3 miles (7 kilometers) above Alaska’s far-western island chain, according to a new research paper that will be published in April in The Journal of Environmental Radioactivity. Read more… Source: Live Science  

  • 17 Dead in Florida High School Shooting; Suspect in Custody

    February 15, 2018

    Police in southern Florida say the latest mass shooting at a U.S. school involved a former student firing outside of a high school, then continuing to shoot inside the building before eventually blending in with a group of students as they fled. Authorities identified the shooter as Nikolas Cruz. As of late Wednesday, they said he ...

  • Tool could forecast flu outbreaks weeks in advance

    February 15, 2018

    A new tool could help forecast an influenza pandemic or outbreak of disease in the event of a bioterrorist attack, researchers report. EpiFX, which researchers at the University of Melbourne and the Defence Science Technology Group developed, is already predicting the start and extent of the Australian winter influenza season, sometimes up to weeks in advance. ...

  • ‘One person shot’ outside NSA headquarters

    February 14, 2018

    At least one person has reportedly been shot and wounded and one suspect taken into custody at the US National Security Agency’s headquarters. Gunfire rang out after a black SUV pulled up at the entrance to the facility in Fort Meade, Maryland. An NSA spokesman told local media the area outside America’s electronic espionage agency was now ...

  • Man dies after ‘serious accident’ involving two vehicles at Heathrow

    February 14, 2018

    A man has died after two airport vehicles were involved in a “serious accident” on the airfield at Heathrow. Police and paramedics were called to the scene of the incident shortly after 6am on Wednesday morning, which the airport has said involved two male members of staff. London Ambulance Service confirmed that one of the men, who ...

  • Few Answers for ADS-B Security Concerns

    February 14, 2018

    Aircraft owners and operators flying in the U.S. and Europe are less than two years away from being required to equip their aircraft with ADS-B Out technology. Some countries in the Asia-Pacific region already require ADS-B Out, such as Australia, with others mandating the equipment to fly at altitudes above 29,000 feet. Since the introduction of the ...

  • ‘Never Been More Difficult’ to Keep Terror Groups from Getting WMD

    February 13, 2018

    Terrorist groups are as interested as ever in acquiring weapons of mass destruction in a global landscape where chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear agents have grown more difficult to track, senators heard from Defense officials last week. Assistant Defense Secretary for Homeland Defense and Global Security Kenneth Rapuano told the Senate Armed Services Subcommittee on Emerging ...