National Intelligence Bulletin for 23 February 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 National Intelligence subscribers. In this National Intelligence Bulletin… (3,000 words) InFocus: What kind of gun [...]

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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 National Intelligence subscribers.
In this National Intelligence Bulletin... (3,000 words)
  • InFocus: What kind of gun laws can we expect and will they make an impact?
  • CBP can't detect fraudulent passport chips
  • 80 percent of security experts: 'catastrophic' data breach is inevitable within three years
  • CNN town hall on guns shows hated for gun owners
  • Banks roll over on NRA, gun companies
  • Conservatives increasingly call for social media to be regulated
  • DOJ charges and sentences two Islamic State-affiliated U.S. citizens
  • DOJ announces 'cyber-digital task force'
  • DOI flew nearly 5,000 drone missions last year
  • New cloud-based tool improves firefighting coordination
  • Florida AG proposes threat reporting smart phone app
  • Financial considerations before the next recession
  • And more...

Samuel Culper is a former military intelligence NCO and contract Intelligence analyst. After 39 months of deployment time to Iraq and Afghanistan, he's now the conflict and warfare researcher at Forward Observer.