How Good Is Your Intel?

By Tee Morris Special Guest Contributor Last week, we watched a textbook example of what happens when you enter a situation unprepared. I speak of the address presidential candidate Mitt Romney delivered in the waning hours of September 11, 2012.
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U.S. Ambassador to Libya Killed

By William Tucker Christopher Stevens, the U.S. Ambassador to Libya, was killed yesterday, along with three others, during an attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi. Initial reports suggested that the attack was related to the protests that took place in Egypt over a film portraying the Muslim prophet Muhammad in a poor light; however eyewitness reports state that the attackers did not come from the group of protesters outside.
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Protesters Scale U.S. Embassy Walls in Cairo

By William Tucker In a preplanned protest, members of the more radical factions of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood scaled the walls of the U.S. embassy in Cairo. The protesters removed the U.S. flag and returned to the outside of the compound. Because the protest was advertised in advance, most embassy employees were sent home beforehand. Embassy guards did fire warning volleys into the air to disperse the protesters.
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The U.S. Naval Academy and U.S. Naval Institute Will Host Conference on History and Future of Cybersecurity

Andrew Phillips, the academy’s academic dean, said the conference will feature a panel on the alliance of the private and public sectors in developing cybersecurity. The keynote speaker will be Kevin Mitnick, a former hacker who served jail time for breaking into computer networks.

Also speaking will be U.S. Rep. C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger, D-Baltimore County, and Retired Marine Corps Gen.

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