Morning Security Briefs Untitled 07/23/2018Los Angeles Shooting, Uber Trips Streamed, Trade Secrets Online, and MoreA man shot his grandmother, kidnapped a woman, and held customers hostage in a Los Angeles grocery store. An Uber driver livestreamed video of passengers in his car. Trade secrets from 100 companies were discovered online. And more.07/20/2018Multiple Dead And Missing After Missouri Boat Sinks, Terror Attacks By Muslims Receive More Press Coverage, Tech Firms Unveil Data Sharing Project, And MoreAt least 13 people are dead and others are missing after a boat sank on a lake in Missouri, terror attacks by Muslims receive 357 percent more U.S. press attention than other attacks, and tech giants reveal plans for a Data Transfer Project.07/19/2018More Texas Students Reported for Threatening Behavior, Healthcare Cybersecurity, and MoreA shift towards zero-tolerance for threatening behavior in students won't keep schools safer, a new report finds. Ransomware campaigns against healthcare remain alive and well. And more.07/18/2018Hindu Pilgrimage Security, Armed School Guards, Foreign-Born Troops, and moreHigh security for annual Amarnath Yatra pilgrimage, Susquenita School District to used armed guards, Pentagon pushes back on claims of weeding out foreign-born troops, Gas station in San Francisco using robot security guard07/17/2018MGM Sues 1,000 Vegas Shooting Victims, U.S. Border Update, Russian Arrested in U.S., and MoreMGM filed lawsuits against Las Vegas shooting victims to avoid liability. A U.S. federal judge rules that reunified families at the border can't be deported immediately. A 29-year-old Russian woman was arrested in D.C. for acting as an agent. And more.07/16/2018Finland Border Security, Kite Terrorism Targeted by Israel, Chicago Police Release Shooting Video, and MoreU.S.-Russia summit in Helsinki has prompted Finland to tighten border controls. Israel will fight back against kites and balloons bearing weapons. Chicago Police released a body-camera video that shows that shows an officer fatally shooting an armed man on Saturday. And more.07/13/2018Reunification Efforts Continue, Police Officer Resigns, Watchdog Makes TSA Recommendations, And MoreThe Trump administration continues efforts to reunite immigrant children with their families after separating them at the border, a police officer resigns after failing to intervene in a hate crime, a U.S. government watchdog makes recommendations for aviation security, and more.07/12/2018Japan Floods, TSA Agents Can't be Sued, Foreign Acquisition Security Concerns, and MoreAt least 200 people are dead following last week's floods in Japan, and the supply chain remains halted. Fliers can't sue TSA agents for mistreatment, a federal court rules. Some foreign acquistions are not well vetted and may pose national security concerns. And more.07/11/2018Haiti Embassy Security, C-suite Cybersecurity Study, Chinese Surveillance Equipment, Atlanta Airport SecurityU.S. Embassy in Haiti bolsters security due to riots, Study finds that cybersecurity needs wider reach, U.S. Congress weighs band on Chinese equipment for federal agencies, Fence jumping incidents at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport07/10/2018Millions Compromised in Cryptocurrency Hack, Thai Cave Rescue Completed, U.S. Supreme Court Pick, and MoreIsraeli cryptocurrency conversion platform Bancor reports that $13.5 million in digital currency was compromised in a breach, the final boys and their soccer coach emerge from a cave in Thailand where they were trapped for two weeks, U.S. President Trump announces his pick for the Supreme Court, and more.