Volume XVI Notes from the Editor

The April 2020 Issue of Homeland Security Affairs features an essay analyzing trends in European border security, a review of an important book on attribution of cyber-attacks, and a research article which proposes a set of reforms to the way DHS deals with risk.

In “Border Management in Europe: Is the Paradigm Evolving?” Nadav Morag examines changes in European Border Security in the wake of massive refugee flows from Syria and elsewhere. In the second essay, Col. Mark Peters reviews Inside the Enemy’s Computer: Identifying Cyber-Attackers by Clement Guitton. In the third article, Michael Brody explores systemic obstacles to properly accounting for national risk at the Department of Homeland Security, and recommends approaches to overcome those obstacles.

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