National Intelligence Bulletin for 01 June 2018

The National Intelligence Bulletin is a weekly look at national security, domestic systems disruption, the risk of failing critical infrastructure, and threats to social, political, economic, and financial stability in the United States. This report is available each week for Intelligence subscribers. In this National Intelligence Bulletin… (4,803 words) FBI: Russian hackers penetrate scores of [...]

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The National Intelligence Bulletin is a weekly look at national security, domestic systems disruption, the risk of failing critical infrastructure, and threats to social, political, economic, and financial stability in the United States. This report is available each week for Intelligence subscribers.
In this National Intelligence Bulletin... (4,803 words)
  • FBI: Russian hackers penetrate scores of home and office routers
  • Critical U.S. military installations cannot function for more than a few days in grid-down situation
  • Majority of U.S. industrial systems vulnerable to cyber attack even as they are targeted
  • Chinese hackers find more than a dozen vulnerabilities in BMW vehicles
  • U.S. demographics are rapidly changing which could lead to destabilization
  • U.S. Army will begin using simulators to train for urban combat
  • Harvard professor claims ‘White fear being weaponized’ under Trump
  • And more…

Jon E. Dougherty is a political, foreign policy and national security analyst and reporter with nearly 30 years of experience in both fields. A U.S. Army veteran of Operation Enduring Freedom, he holds BA in Political Science from Ashford University and an MA in National Security Studies/Intelligence Analysis from American Military University.