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23/02/2005 | Caribbean renews commitment to combat terrorism
Norman 'Gus' Thomas | ICTP
The Inter-American Committee against Terrorism (CICTE) of the Organization of American States (OAS) ended the fifth regular session Thursday with a fresh commitment to combat and eliminate terrorism “in all its forms and manifestations, whatever its origin or motivation.” ...
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23/02/2005 | Inter-American Committee against Terrorism
Inter-American Committee against Terrorism | OAS
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23/02/2005 | Steps for Creating National CSIRTs
Georgia Killcrece | Carnegie Mellon University
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23/02/2005 | Caribbean renews commitment to combat terrorism
Norman 'Gus' Thomas | ICTP
The Inter-American Committee against Terrorism (CICTE) of the Organization of American States (OAS) ended the fifth regular session Thursday with a fresh commitment to combat and eliminate terrorism “in all its forms and manifestations, whatever its origin or motivation.” ...
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20/02/2005 | Audit Faults U.S. for Its Spending on Port Defense
Eric Lipton | NY Times
The Department of Homeland Security has allocated hundreds of millions of dollars to protect ports since Sept. 11 without sufficiently focusing on those that are most vulnerable, a policy that could compromise the nation's ability to better defend against terrorist attacks, the department's inspector general has concluded. ...
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20/02/2005 | Hail, Hail, the Gang's All Here: Negroponte Will Fit Right In
Ray McGovern | Tr u t h o u t
The nomination of John Negroponte to the new post of Director of National Intelligence (DNI) caps a remarkable parade of Bush administration senior nominees. Among the most recent: ...
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20/02/2005 | Global Intelligence Challenges 2005:
Porter J. Goss | CIA
Testimony of Director of Central Intelligence

Porter J. Goss Before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence.16 February 2005



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20/02/2005 | Latin America 2020 Seminar
National Intelligence Council | CIA
The Latin America 2020 seminar held in Santiago, Chile, on 6-8 June, brought together 20 experts from a broad array of disciplines, backgrounds, and Latin American countries — including Chile, Argentina, Brazil, Peru, Colombia, and Mexico. ...
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20/02/2005 | Hacker penetrates T-Mobile systems
Kevin Poulsen | Security Focus
A sophisticated computer hacker had access to servers at wireless giant T-Mobile for at least a year, which he used to monitor U.S. Secret Service e-mail, obtain customers' passwords and Social Security numbers, and download candid photos taken by Sidekick users, including Hollywood celebrities, SecurityFocus has learned. ...
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20/02/2005 | Audit Faults U.S. for Its Spending on Port Defense
Eric Lipton | NY Times
The Department of Homeland Security has allocated hundreds of millions of dollars to protect ports since Sept. 11 without sufficiently focusing on those that are most vulnerable, a policy that could compromise the nation's ability to better defend against terrorist attacks, the department's inspector general has concluded. ...
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