Daily Archives: June 29, 2009

Thought for Today: June 29, 2009

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Swine Flu: the latest impediment to one stop security by Philip Baum

(www.asi-mag.com) For all our deliberations about enhancing passenger facilitation at airports and reducing the need for multiple checks by numerous government agencies, our best efforts are often stymied by the realities of trying to operate in the most global of … Continue reading

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Model Employees May Be The Insider Threat

Several blogs and articles have discussed the increasing reluctance of employees to take vacation time, even if it is mandatory. While reading these articles, I can’t help but notice a lack of discussion about the security implications of this. Internal … Continue reading

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National Security Experts: Jackson Death Could Doom Iran

Mark Sanford isn’t the only person relishing the King of Pop’s demise—national-security experts are warning that his death could distract from Iran’s increasing crackdown on democracy. The jokes popped up almost immediately that Mark Sanford was the luckiest guy on … Continue reading

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North Korea Criticizes US missile Defense for Hawaii; Really??

The news out of North Korea gets stranger and stranger. Now, the word is that North Korea is criticizing our positioning of missile defense systems around Hawaii — calling the deployment part of a plot to attack the regime and … Continue reading

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