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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.


DHS agencies responsible for biometric exit/entry data would be formalized by new legislation

The Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Office of Biometric Identity Management (OBIM) would be codified pursuant to the Office of…


Biometrics could get short shrift under admin proposal to gut transit security funding

The Trump administration’s proposal to surprisingly slash funding for the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Transit Security Grant Program (TSGP)…


Biometrics, personal data crucial to tracking, stopping terrorists at borders

Biometrics are increasingly playing “a critical tool for verifying travelers really are who they say they are,” said State Department…


ePassport digital signatures still can’t be verified by CBP

Since 2010 when a Government Accountability Office (GAO) audit discovered the security lapse, Customs and Border Protection (CBP) “still does…


China’s semiconductor strategy is bad news for foreign companies

This is a guest post by Anthony Kimery, former Editor-in-Chief, Homeland Security Today. China’s government seems to be taking off…


Swedish biometrics company may miss opportunity by snubbing Chinese investor

This is a guest post by Anthony Kimery, Former Editor-in-Chief, Homeland Security Today. Fingerprint Cards AB (FPC), which develops biometric…

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