Articles By Anthony Kimery

Anthony Kimery is the former Editor-in-Chief and co-founder of Homeland Security Today. He managed the magazine, daily online news operations and wrote the award-winning "Kimery Report," which covered a broad spectrum of HS-related issues, from public health preparedness to intelligence collection. He has 30-plus years of broad institutional knowledge and expertise in homeland/national security matters and issues as an editor, analyst, and consultant. He also serves as Advisory Board Member of Mississippi College’s Center for Counterterrorism Studies.

The bipartisan House Identifying Outputs of Generative Adversarial Networks Act (IOGAN Act), which supports critical research to accelerate the development…

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Not there yet: Biometrics to link developing world community, hospital patient data

Researchers who conducted a new study on an effort to assign biometric IDs to HIV patients in Kenya discovered that…

 

Senate deepfake bill introduced after House passes companion legislation

The bipartisan Senate version of legislation passed out of the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology in late September…

 

Consumers still wary of digital identity security risks, study finds

Twenty-five percent of consumers surveyed revealed that they “fully understand digital identity,” while 65 percent said they apparently necessarily have…

 

Restrictions on biometrics by New Jersey agencies, police banned under proposed legislation

A bill introduced this week in the New Jersey State Senate would ban New Jersey government agencies, law enforcement, and…

 

More legislation to restrict biometric facial recognition introduced as protesters scan faces

A coincidence, perhaps? In Washington, D.C. last week, on the same day Sen. Chris Coons (D-Del.) and Mike Lee’s (R-Utah)…

 

Pindrop report finds 90 voice fraud attacks occur every minute

Coinciding with the release Tuesday morning of deepfakes of UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson endorsing opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn for…

 

Sen. Booker latest to propose regulating government’s use of biometrics

The use of facial recognition in public housing funded by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) would…

 

USSOCOM set to test, evaluate commercial next generation biometrics

The U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) earlier this month issued a Request for Information (RFI) “to gain knowledge of potential…

 

Minnesota Drone Bill allows warrantless biometric use in specific circumstances

Under a new bill unanimously passed by the Minnesota joint House-Senate Subcommittee on Data Practices, no state or local law…

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