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Cost of a dirty bomb attack in L.A. would reach $16 billion

By   /  April 24, 2012  /  Emergency Management, Homeland Security  /  No Comments

A dirty bomb attack on downtown Los Angeles’ financial district could severely affect the region’s economy at a cost nearly $16 billion, fueled primarily by psychological effects which could persist for a decade, according to a study by University of Southern California  researchers and others. Published by a team of internationally recognized economists and decision scientists […]

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Recent Tornadoes Highlight the Efforts of State, Tribal, and Locals to Respond to the Needs of Survivors

By   /  March 10, 2012  /  Emergency Management  /  No Comments

From the FEMA Blog by Craig Fugate, Administrator While FEMA always stands ready to assist our governors and emergency management partners during an emergency, we are not always the only or best option. By leveraging the strengths and capabilities of the entire team we can more efficiently and effectively meet the needs of disaster survivors. These […]

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How to Use Threat Intelligence

By   /  March 9, 2012  /  Emergency Management, General News, Homeland Security  /  No Comments

“If you talk to CSOs, they don’t worry about what they know about; they worry about what they don’t know about,” says Jon Ramsey, CTO of Dell SecureWorks, discussing threat intelligence. The gathering of threat intelligence is all about learning what the bad guys are doing, Ramsey says – how are they making money, and […]

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