From: Adrian Courtenay
To: Scott Jenkins,
Subject: Study shows a desire for negotiations in some aspects of Iran nuclear deal
Date: Mon Sep 22 12:30:49 MDT 2014
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September 22, 2014


Study shows a desire for negotiations in some aspects of Iran nuclear deal


A joint survey conducted by the University of Maryland and the University of Tehran indicates that the Iranian public is in favor of several conditions that would allow for a peace deal with the West.

The study found that 79% of individuals were in favor of Iran negotiating to never develop nuclear weapons, 62% were open to more invasive inspections as per the Nuclear Non Proliferation Treaty, and 57% were prepared to limit the enrichment level of uranium to five percent. An important result as each would play a significant part if peace is to be negotiated.  More 


ICE operation produces 81 criminal alien and immigration fugitive arrests

The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) have arrested 81 convicted criminal aliens, immigration fugitives, and other immigration violators during a four-day operation in New England. ICE's Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) Boston Field Office conducted the operation, which concluded September 17.

Of the 81 arrested, all individuals were either previously removed, ordered removed and failed to comply, or had prior convictions for crimes including: possession of a firearm, assault, assault and battery, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, breaking and entering, distribution of heroin, distribution of cocaine, distribution of marijuana, possession to distribute Class A drugs, possession of cocaine, possession marijuana, larceny, enticing a minor, restraining order violations, domestic assault and battery, identity fraud, resisting arrest and robbery.  More 

A 46-year old Jaguar has been recovered. It was seized by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers in partnership with a National Insurance Crime Bureau Special Agent and a California Highway Patrol-Investigative Services Unit Investigator assigned to the Foreign Export and Recovery outbound team at the Los Angeles/Long Beach (LA/LB) seaport complex. Five automobiles were seized that ranged from 47 years old to brand new.

Stolen 46 years ago in New York, in a container en route to the Netherlands, a white, two door 1967 Jaguar XKE convertible was discovered and ordered returned.

When only a year old, that British sports car was taken from its residence between 11:15 p.m. on March 13, 1968, and 7:50 a.m. the following morning. It was a bullet grey color then, valued at $5,000.  More

Frisco, TX-based Sheplers, a multi-channel western-wear retailer, has determined that their payment systems suffered a security breach in which hackers gained access to their systems and some of their customers' payment card information was exposed. With the assistance of a leading computer security firm, Sheplers is continuing the investigation into the incident, and are cooperating with law enforcement in their efforts to find the criminals responsible.

Although the investigation continues, at the present time, the company believes it is safe to use payment cards at Sheplers. The information to date indicates that the breach potentially impacts customers who used payment cards at Sheplers' retail locations between June 11, 2014, and September 4, 2014. At this time, they do not believe that this incident affected their online webstore.  More 


(ISC)2, the largest not-for-profit membership body of certified information and software security professionals with over 100,000 members worldwide, has announced a new Women in Security conference track for the colocated fourth annual (ISC)2 Security Congress and 60th annual ASIS International Seminar & Exhibits.

According to a report by (ISC)2, "Agents of Change: Women in the Information Security Profession" authored by Frost & Sullivan and sponsored by Symantec, women only represent 11 percent of the information security workforce. Women have the academic background and diverse perspective necessary to accelerate change in the information security industry.  More    

Longwood, FL-based Traka, a provider of access and intelligent key management solutions, will be showcasing their key and asset management systems at ASIS International 60th Annual Seminar and Exhibits.

Traka provides intelligent key management and electronic locker solutions, including automated key vending and collection in addition to electronic locker systems that store sensitive assets with 100% auditability and accountability. Their solutions feature 24-hour remote monitoring with automatic notification capabilities, allowing for maximum control and ease of use for security and facilities managers. These solutions are in use for a wide range of industries such as government, healthcare, hospitality, resorts, education, casinos, data centers, facilities and transportation.  More 

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