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

Border Management in Europe: Is the Paradigm Evolving?

By Nadav Morag Abstract This article focuses on the European Union’s approach to border management. The concept of border management includes not only: 1) the physical control over borders and the flow of goods and persons through ports of entry; but also 2) the management of immigration, migrant flows, and asylum request;, as well as

Book Review: Inside the Enemy’s Computer: Identifying Cyber-Attackers by Clement Guitton

Reviewed by Mark T. Peters II, USAF, Retired Suggested Citation Peters, Mark T. Review of Inside the Enemy’s Computer: Identifying Cyber-Attackers, by Clement Guitton. Homeland Security Affairs 16, Article 2. www.hsaj.org/articles/15817 Expanding cyber-domain conflicts challenge modern strategists to create definitive attribution standards for who did what to whom, especially in developing national policy. Attribution’s importance

Enhancing the Organization of the United States Department of Homeland Security to Account for National Risk

By Michael H. Brody Abstract The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) must enhance its organization to more fully account for, align resources against, and act on the prioritized risks of the homeland security enterprise. This will require: (1) enhanced regionalization of DHS, achieved through the networking of stakeholders within and between DHS operational regions; (2)