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Thank You For Your Service?

By   /  November 17, 2016  /  National Security Law & Policy, News & Events  /  No Comments

By Eugene Mok Recently the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit delivered a concerning blow to veteran and service-member employment rights. ┬áKevin Ziober, a Lieutenant (LT) in the United States Naval Reserves, claimed that his civilian employee fired him because he was going to be deployed to Afghanistan, in direct conflict with […]

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Ransomware: The Limitations of the Legal System

By   /  November 10, 2016  /  Cybersecurity, Cybersecurity Law & Policy, Featured  /  No Comments

By: Ryan Johnston, November 10, 2016   Ransomware is on the rise; while is not a new form of cyber attack, the tools to launch ransomware attacks have become easier to obtain and use. Cyber criminals are targeting critical infrastructures, schools, hospitals, and other things essential to the survival of our nation. What is ransomware? […]

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Fundamental National Security Flaw in U.S.-Cuba Relations

By   /  November 4, 2016  /  International Security, National Security Law  /  Comments Off on Fundamental National Security Flaw in U.S.-Cuba Relations

The U.S. and Cuba may have a lot in common, yet there is still a critical need to learn from their divergent legal and operational systems for security cooperation.

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