Category Archives: Government Target

Warshipping

RaySecur Security Advisory: WARSHIPPING – IT and Network Vulnerabilities through the Mail Aside from conventional mail threats to an organization’s personnel and infrastructure via CBRNE (chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and explosive) mail vulnerabilities also pose a serious risk to IT and cyber assets.  Recent testing by IBM has highlighted a practice known as “warshipping” where […]

21st Century Drug Trafficking Advisories on Fentanyl and Other Synthetics

OFFICE OF NATIONAL DRUG CONTROL POLICY August 21, 2019 21st Century Drug Trafficking Advisories on Fentanyl and Other Synthetics Introduction This series of private-sector advisories on illicit fentanyl, fentanyl analogues, and other synthetic opioids focuses on U.S. whole-of-government efforts to combat fentanyl trafficking, highlights the risks to U.S. and international businesses and supply chains, and […]

“Postal Terrorism” Surprisingly Common

Hazmat response to a white powder letter in San Antonio, TX

Postal Terrorism has led the headlines recently because of the pipe bomb letters from October.  Nothing makes headlines more than the word “bomb”.  When it’s such a high profile case as the letter bombs from October, everyone is on edge for a bit.  After a while, we start to focus on other news stories and […]

Pipe Bomb Hand Delivered to George Soros, Clintons, Obamas

An employee at George Soros’ West Chester County residence in New York State opened a package delivered that contained a pipe bomb with black powder on Tuesday.  In addition, Bill and Hilary Clinton received a similar explosive device in a letter sent to their suburban New York residence.  The Obamas were also targeted, but their […]

White Powder, Unknown Substance, Letter Bombs

White Powder, Letter Bombs

When it comes to mail room security, it’s a cat and mouse game.  There is no perfect one-size-fits-all solution.  Whether it’s suspicious powder, or letter bombs, the goal in mail room security is to be as diligent as possible.  Mail rooms are still the weakest link in physical security.  This week we’ve seen more examples […]