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  • Homeland Security in 2011 A Presentation for CES-Government By David Silverberg ©2010 KMD Media LLC. All rights reserved.
  • The Threats
    • The Jihad
      • Al Qaeda
      • Associated movements
        • Yemen
        • Somalia
      • Lone Wolves
  • The Threats
    • Mexican Narco-Cartels
      • At war with Mexican government since 2006
      • 30,000 civilians dead
      • Destabilizing
      • Making inroads into United States
  • The Threats
      • Domestic Extremism
      • Right wing militias
      • Eco-terrorists
      • Cults
  • Greatest danger
    • The Narco War threatens the Mexican government
    • Cartel activity already in the United States
    • Potential corruption of US law enforcement and government
    • Increasingly desperate and dangerous organizations
    • Border security threatened
    • Outcome still uncertain
  • Challenges in 2011
    • Tenth anniversary of 9/11
      • Heightened threat requires heightened alertness
      • Greater danger from Yemen and Somalia
    • Continued struggle in Mexico, defeating the cartels on both sides of the border
    • New Congress, unclear how it will affect homeland security
      • Likely focus on border security and illegal immigration
    • Heightened threat in Europe
    • Domestic extremism is likely to decline following the election
    • Vigilance and awareness remain the chief defenses
  • by David Silverberg Homeland Security Today Editor ©2011 KMD Media LLC. All rights reserved.