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Attacks on Police Networks

Law enforcement agencies must behave as if lives depend upon the security of police computer networks, because they do. Agencies simply must understand that poor network security is something which poses immediate and great risk to officers, witnesses, confidential informants, suspects, ongoing investigations, and all those at other agencies with whom we share information, on local, county, state, tribal and federal levels. 723 more words

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The Week Ahead

The last week has been something of a whirlwind for Dave and me; Dave’s been slammed on a big investigation which has kept him somewhat to moderately hostile, and I’ve been traveling like a lunatic. 261 more words


Krebs: Avoiding Phishing Attacks in the Wake of Epsilon

Here’s a quick take: Brian Krebs at Krebs On Security has posted an excellent article, After Epsilon: Avoiding Phishing Scams & Malware at his Krebs on Security site. 83 more words


PLI Podcast: Andy Ellis, Akamai Technologies

This week on the Police Led Intelligence Podcast we’re speaking with Andy Ellis, Senior Director of Information Security and Chief Security Architect at Akamai Technologies… 729 more words

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Interrogation: As Easy As Parenting, Part I

In this Part I of the series, Dave describes how officers should use their interviewing techniques not just on suspects, but on everyone they come in contact with in the community. 1,181 more words

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