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YouTube/Ryan MauroAround 800 police officers will descend on the Turning Stone Resort in Verona, New York, this week to attend the New York Tactical Officers Association Conference.
Over three days, officers can attend dozens of workshops designed to prepare them for combat: there are training modules for the AR-15 rifle, a seminar on how to hide from a sniper in an urban environment, and several workshops on the Israeli martial art Krav-Maga.
On the last day of the conference, Ryan Mauro, a national security analyst for the Clarion Project, will lecture about terrorism for six hours in a room that seats 700.
Mauro is considered to be an anti-Muslim conspiracy theorist by the Southern Poverty Law Center— a characterization he vigorously disputes.
The conference, which is sponsored by the defense contractor Northrop Grumman, the maker of stun guns Taser International, and the teargas manufacturer Combine Systems, among others, is not open to the press or the public.
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Google is targeting Microsoft's and IBM's mid-sized enterprise customers with a new promotion.
The offer gives businesses with an enterprise agreement with Microsoft or IBM free access to Google Apps by providing its productivity suite for free until their existing contract expires.
Google originally offered the deal in October of 2015, but it was restricted to companies with between 250 and 3,000 employees.
In the real world, the Islamic State is a dangerous terror group capable of committing global atrocities and mass murder.
However, in cyberspace, at least according to security researchers at Flashpoint, Daesh-affiliated hackers are neither advanced nor sophisticated.
In a fairly damning 25-page assessment of the Islamic State's e-Jihad crew, a report titled 'Hacking for ISIS: The Emergent Cyber Threat Landscape' explores the unpredictable – and unorganized – origins of the cyber group and how their attempts to become a force to be reckoned with online have mostly fallen flat.
"It is important to note that because the pro-Isis hacking effort is still an unofficial endeavor, neither acknowledged nor claimed by Isis itself, it is still poorly organized (and likely under-resourced), which often leads to conflicting messaging among the relevant actors," the report states.
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More millennials are moving toward digital banking, and as a result, they're walking into their banks' traditional brick-and-mortar branches less often than ever before.
This generation accounts for the greatest share of the U. S.
On Thursday, the US Senate confirmed President Barack Obama's nominee for ambassador to Mexico after a 10-month delay and behind-the-scenes maneuvering that included renewing sanctions imposed on Venezuelans and a State Department authorization bill.
Obama nominated career diplomat Roberta Jacobson for the Mexico City post in June, and the Senate Foreign Relations Committee backed it with a 12-7 vote in November, sending it to the full Senate for confirmation.
But throughout that process she faced resistance from a few lawmakers for reasons including her role in negotiating Obama's relations with Communist-run Cuba and concerns the administration had failed to make human rights a priority.