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Intel Briefing – May 2012

Elgin trying to identify yellow substance found in Tyler Creek. Teams in Eglin, Illinois, were trying to identify a yellow substance found in Tyler Creek March 30 and again April 2. Crews spent hours probing storm sewers with video equipment to find a source for the substance but had no luck. The public works superintendent [...]

Intel Briefing – April 2012

200,000 webpages compromised to lead visitors to fake AV sites. In the past several months, mass infections were not uncommon, and now security experts believe they found another one. Websense found 30,000 unique Web sites are currently compromised to redirect visitors to sites that promote fake antivirus software. A total of 200,000 Web pages, part [...]

Intel Briefing – March 2012

Patrol cars targeted in break-ins; weapons taken. Law enforcement officials believe an organized group is responsible for stealing weapons, bulletproof vests, and ammunition from several patrol cars in several counties in Alabama, the Gadsden Times reported February 6. At least 11 weapons, including AR-15 assault rifles, were taken from law enforcement vehicles since December 2011, [...]

Intel Briefing – February 2012

Medicare study shows most medical errors go unreported. A new study released the first week in January 2012 by the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), found hospital employees are only reporting 14 percent of all medical errors and usually do not change their practices to [...]

Intel Briefing – January 2012

Firefighters let home burn over $75 fee — again. Firefighters stood by and watched a South Fulton County, Tennessee, house burn to the ground the week of December 5 because the homeowners did not pay the annual subscription fee for fire service. It is the second time in 2 years firefighters in the area have [...]