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Computer Security Exploits: Web Security By Wilbur Newhart
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An exploit is a piece of software, a chunk of data, or a sequence of commands that takes advantage of a bug or vulnerability in order to cause unintended or unanticipated behavior to occur on... More > computer software, hardware, or something electronic. Such behavior frequently includes things like gaining control of a computer system, allowing privilege escalation, or a denial-of-service attack.< Less
Security Now - A Guide to Electronic Security By E Morawski
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All about electronic security systems and loss prevention for all types of business. Information about alarms, CCTV, and access control what they do and how to buy them. Information about residential... More > alarms.< Less
National Security & Armed Conflict Law Review Volume 1 - Summer 2011 By National Security & Armed Conflict Law Review
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University of Miami National Security & Armed Conflict Law Review 2010-2011 Journal
Saving and Investing: A Roadmap To Your Financial Security Through Saving and Investing By U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
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While money doesn’t grow on trees, it can grow when you save and invest wisely. Knowing how to secure your financial well-being is one of the most important things you’ll ever need in... More > life. You don’t have to be a genius to do it. You just need to know a few basics, form a plan, and be ready to stick to it. No matter how much or little money you have, the important thing is to educate yourself about your opportunities. In this brochure, we’ll cover the basics on saving and investing. At the SEC, we enforce the laws that determine how investments are offered and sold to you. These laws protect investors, but you need to do your part, too. Part of this brochure tells you how to check out investments and the people that sell them so you do not fall victim to fraud or costly mistakes. No one can guarantee that you’ll make money from investments you make. But if you get the facts about saving and investing and follow through with an intelligent plan, you should be able to gain financial security...< Less
Flags and Ceremonies Guide: United States Coast Guard Auxiliary By U.S. Department of Homeland Security
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This guide serves as a resource for local Auxiliarists to organize and train ceremonial teams at the flotilla, division, or district level. In doing so, we further the community relations missions of... More > the Coast Guard, while advancing our own public image and the public’s understanding and appreciation of our organization. Auxiliary ceremonial teams increase the visibility of the Coast Guard and Coast Guard Auxiliary in the community and honors those who have served before us. The purpose of the Flags and Ceremonies Guide is to provide Coast Guard Auxiliary units with the recommended minimum standards, procedures and policies for forming, maintaining and participating as member of a flag or official ceremony unit of the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary.< Less
Principles of Emergency Management - Independent Study By U.S. Department of Homeland Security
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All communities are vulnerable to a variety of hazards. Emergency management provides a structure for anticipating and dealing with emergency incidents. Emergency management involves participants at... More > all governmental levels and in the private sector. Activities are geared according to phases before, during, and after emergency events. The effectiveness of emergency management rests on a network of relationships among partners in the system. This course is one in the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Professional Development Series. The goal of this course is to introduce you to the fundamentals of emergency management as an integrated system, surveying how the resources and capabilities of all functions at all levels can be networked together in all phases for all hazards.< Less
National Response Framework (3rd Edition) By U.S. Department of Homeland Security
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The National Response Framework is a guide to how the Nation responds to all types of disasters and emergencies. It is built on scalable, flexible, and adaptable concepts identified in the National... More > Incident Management System to align key roles and responsibilities across the Nation. This Framework describes specific authorities and best practices for managing incidents that range from the serious but purely local to large-scale terrorist attacks or catastrophic natural disasters. The National Response Framework describes the principles, roles and responsibilities, and coordinating structures for delivering the core capabilities required to respond to an incident and further describes how response efforts integrate with those of the other mission areas. This Framework is always in effect and describes the doctrine under which the Nation responds to incidents.< Less
National Incident Management System - 3rd Edition (October 2017) By U.S. Department of Homeland Security
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Communities across the Nation experience a diverse set of threats, hazards, and events. The size, frequency, complexity, and scope of these incidents1 vary, but all involve a range of personnel and... More > organizations to coordinate efforts to save lives, stabilize the incident, and protect property and the environment. Every day, jurisdictions and organizations work together to share resources, integrate tactics, and act collaboratively. Whether these organizations are nearby or are supporting each other from across the country, their success depends on a common, interoperable approach to sharing resources, coordinating and managing incidents, and communicating information. The National Incident Management System (NIMS) defines this comprehensive approach.< Less
Manual of Job-Related Thinking Skills By U.S. Department of Homeland Security
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The first skills in this manual are the basic thinking skills, which can be called deduction and induction. These are the two types of skills that are used in drawing conclusions from given... More > information. Deduction and induction are very similar. They differ in only two ways-- the completeness of the available information and the degree of certainty of the conclusion, as indicated below: • Deduction: The individual has all the information necessary to draw a conclusion. The conclusion is certain; it is true if the evidence is true. • Induction: The individual does not have complete evidence. He or she draws a conclusion based on the information available. The conclusion is uncertain, that is to say, probabilistic; it may not be true even if the evidence is true. In the work of DHS, deduction is typically used in applying laws and rules to specific situations. Induction is used in situations in which officers need to make on-the-spot probabilistic judgments, sometimes in life-threatening situations.< Less
Best Practices for Incorporating Building Science Guidance into Community Risk MAP Implementation By Federal Emergency Management Agency & Department of Homeland Security
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The datasets developed during a project are provided to the community, and the information allows the community to determine whether the higher risk areas require more stringent building codes. Both... More > regulatory and non-regulatory products are presented to the community in a series of Risk MAP meetings. The meetings also include information about Building Science Branch resources, such as the Building Science Toolkit CD, NFIP technical bulletins, disaster recovery advisories, building code assistance, web links, desk references, training resources, and technical publications, all of which can help the community meet FEMA’s goal of fostering resilience through hazard-resistant structure design that leads to reducing the loss of life and property in hazard events.< Less

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