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Intel Briefing – November 2012

America’s levees, dams, navigation projects will decay without new money sources, report says. America’s vast network of levees, dams, navigation structures, and hydroelectric power facilities will continue to decay if the federal government does not find new ways to pay to for their maintenance and operation, and fail to prioritize new projects already approved, said [...]

Intel Briefing – October 2012

Florida Hospital employee accused of selling patient records pleads not guilty. The former Florida Hospital employee accused of searching through hundreds of thousands of patient records and selling them to outsiders pleaded not guilty in federal court September 6; he was arrested August 17. He was facing six federal charges for what the FBI said [...]

Intel Briefing – September 2012

Inmates made ‘dummies’ to evade headcount during attempted escape. Three convicted murderers were in a segregation unit at Mount Olive Correctional Complex in Fayette County, West Virginia, after they tried to escape custody, Associated Press reported August 6. The West Virginia Division of Corrections said the three inmates tried to escape the facility late July [...]

Intel Briefing – August 2012

2 Chicago men plead guilty to ATM ‘skimming’. Two Chicago men pleaded guilty to rigging ATM machines in Illinois and Wisconsin to skim customers’ bank accounts and PINs, costing Chase Bank more than $100,000, the Chicago Sun-Times Media Wire reported July 6. One pleaded guilty to continuing a financial crimes enterprise, and the other pleaded [...]

Intel Briefing – June 2012

Malware installed on travelers’ laptops through software updates on hotel Internet connections. Recent analysis from the FBI and other government agencies demonstrates that malicious actors are targeting travelers abroad through pop-up windows while establishing an Internet connection in their hotel rooms, the Internet Crime Complaint Center reported May 8. Recently, there have been instances of [...]