Larry Snow with the Secure Transportation and Executive Protection News podcast for Friday, June 15th, 2018.
In Vehicle News
From Business Insider
China wants to track every driver by putting RFID chips on car windshields
Beginning next year, China will require all new registered cars to have an RFID chip installed on windshields which will help study and manage traffic, pollution, and public security, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal.
Under the program, both a car’s license plate and its paint color will be recorded. Card readers placed along roads will detect the RFID chips and pass information back to the Ministry of Public Security.
In Cybersecurity news
US warns of North Korea cyber campaign, days after historic summit
The US Department of Homeland Security said that it has identified malicious cyber activity by the North Korean government, according to a new report released on Thursday, just days after the historic summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.
In Terrorism News
ISIS Threatens To Attack Russian World Cup Stadiums With Drone Bombs
An ISIS propaganda video has been released in which the terrorist group claims that they will attack the FIFA World Cup in Russia with drone bombs.
And from WTMJ Milwaukee News
Cudahy woman’s arrest highlights growing ISIS presence on social media.
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