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August 2018

Homeland Security

Catch Up Quick: The Dark Web, ISIS, Coast Guard in the Arctic, and More

The nonprofit, nonpartisan RAND Corporation has been a trusted, unbiased source for congressional staff on both sides of the aisle for decades. Our experts have testified and answered questions for staff on a variety of homeland security topics this year, including cybersecurity, terrorism, and countering violent extremism. Below are some recent examples of expertise you may find helpful.

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Laura Patton

Laura Patton

Legislative Analyst, Terrorism and Homeland Security; Criminal Justice; Cybersecurity, Transportation and Infrastructure

Laura_Patton@rand.org

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Cybersecurity

Cyber grenade, photo by the-lightwriter/Getty Images

TESTIMONY AND VIDEO: Data Thieves: The Motivations of Cyber Threat Actors and Their Use and Monetization of Stolen Data

OP-ED: Getting Ready to Fight the Next (Cyber) War

OP-ED: Bitcoin and the Dark Web: The New Terrorist Threat?

Coast Guard and Border

A Coast Guard Air Station Sitka Jayhawk helicopter crew conducts vertical replenishment training with the crew aboard Coast Guard Cutter Maple in Southeast Alaska's Western Channel, photo by Ensign Lisa Aguirre/U.S. Coast Guard

REPORT: Gap Analysis and Alternatives Analysis of the Coast Guard Cost Estimating Workforce

REPORT: U.S. Coast Guard Faces Capability Gaps in the Arctic

PERSPECTIVE: Neither Deportation nor Amnesty: An Alternative for the Immigration Debate

Countering Violent Extremism

Shi'ite Popular Mobilization Forces (PMF) members hold an Islamic State flag, which they pulled down, during the war between Iraqi army and PMF against Islamic State militants in Tal Afar, Iraq, August 27, 2017, photo by Thaier Al-Sudani/Reuters

OP-ED: New Technologies Could Help Small Groups Wreak Large-Scale Havoc

REPORT: What Life Under ISIS Looked Like from Space

PERSPECTIVE: American Jihadists Are Made in the U.S.A., Not Imported

TESTIMONY: Russia's Approach to Counterterrorism and Counterinsurgency

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