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I-64W at Hampton Roads Bridge Tunnel West

STATE - VA - Traffic Incidents - 10 min 3 sec ago
Description:
On I-64 West in the City of Norfolk, at Hampton Roads Bridge Tunnel West, motorists can expect major delays due to congestion. Traffic backups are approximately 3.5 miles.
Last updated:
Fri 05/25/2018 12:12 PM EDT

I-95N at MM 166.0

STATE - VA - Traffic Incidents - 10 min 3 sec ago
Description:
On I-95 at mile marker 166 in the County of Fairfax, motorists can expect potential delays due to a vehicle accident. The north left shoulder is closed.
Last updated:
Fri 05/25/2018 11:58 AM EDT

I-64W at MM 178.0

STATE - VA - Traffic Incidents - 10 min 3 sec ago
Description:
On I-64 at mile marker 178 in the County of Henrico, motorists can expect delays due to a multi-vehicle accident. The West right shoulder is closed.
Last updated:
Fri 05/25/2018 12:14 PM EDT

Rt. 640W (Mecklenburg County) at 5.8 mi N of Clarksville

STATE - VA - Traffic Incidents - 10 min 3 sec ago
Description:
On Rt. 640 in the County of Mecklenburg, in the vicinity of Trottinridge Rd; Rt. 609N/S (Mecklenburg County), motorists can expect potential delays due to standing water. The east through lanes are closed. The west through lanes are closed.
Last updated:
Fri 05/25/2018 12:14 PM EDT

Rt. 607W (Essex County) at Muddy Gut Rd

STATE - VA - Traffic Incidents - 10 min 3 sec ago
Description:
On Rt. 607 North (Muddy Gut Rd) in the County of Essex, in the vicinity of Fairfield Ln; Rt. 606N/S (Essex County), motorists can expect delays due to standing water.
There is standing water on the road.
Last updated:
Fri 05/25/2018 11:57 AM EDT

I-95R at MM 144.1

STATE - VA - Traffic Incidents - 10 min 3 sec ago
Description:
On I-95R Express Lanes at mile marker 144.1 in the County of Stafford, motorists can expect major delays due to congestion. Traffic backups are approximately 1.0 mile.
Last updated:
Fri 05/25/2018 11:43 AM EDT

I-95S at MM 124.9

STATE - VA - Traffic Incidents - 10 min 3 sec ago
Description:
On I-95 at mile marker 124.9 in the County of Spotsylvania, motorists can expect potential delays due to a disabled vehicle. The south right shoulder is closed.
Last updated:
Fri 05/25/2018 12:03 PM EDT

I-64E at Hampton Roads Bridge Tunnel East

STATE - VA - Traffic Incidents - 10 min 3 sec ago
Description:
On I-64 in the City of Hampton, at Hampton Roads Bridge Tunnel East, motorists can expect major delays due to a multi-vehicle accident. All east lanes are closed. Traffic backups are approximately 2.0 miles.
Last updated:
Fri 05/25/2018 12:27 PM EDT

I-495N at MM 47.6

STATE - VA - Traffic Incidents - 10 min 3 sec ago
Description:
On I-495 at mile marker 47.6 in the County of Fairfax, motorists can expect potential delays due to a disabled vehicle. The north right shoulder is closed.
Last updated:
Fri 05/25/2018 12:20 PM EDT

I-95S at MM 162.2

STATE - VA - Traffic Incidents - 10 min 3 sec ago
Description:
On I-95 at mile marker 162.2 in the County of Fairfax, motorists can expect potential delays due to a vehicle accident. The south right shoulder is closed.
Last updated:
Fri 05/25/2018 12:16 PM EDT

Rt. 677W (Mecklenburg County) at 2.8 mi N of Boydton

STATE - VA - Traffic Incidents - 10 min 3 sec ago
Description:
On Rt. 677 in the County of Mecklenburg, in the vicinity of Daniels Rd; Rt. 691N/S (Mecklenburg County), motorists can expect potential delays due to standing water. The east through lanes are closed. The west through lanes are closed.
Last updated:
Fri 05/25/2018 12:06 PM EDT

I-64W at MM 296.0

STATE - VA - Traffic Incidents - 10 min 3 sec ago
Description:
On I-64 West at mile marker 296 in the City of Chesapeake, motorists can expect major delays due to congestion. Traffic backups are approximately 3.0 miles.
Last updated:
Fri 05/25/2018 11:54 AM EDT

VA-7E at 0.2 mi S of Falls Church

STATE - VA - Traffic Incidents - 10 min 3 sec ago
Description:
On VA-7 in the County of Fairfax, in the vicinity of Castle Rd; Rt. 1736E/W (Fairfax County); Rt. 5612N/S (Fairfax County), motorists can expect potential delays due to a vehicle accident. All east lanes are closed.
Last updated:
Fri 05/25/2018 12:20 PM EDT

US-220N at 6.3 mi N of Martinsville

STATE - VA - Traffic Incidents - 10 min 3 sec ago
Description:
On US-220 in the County of Henry, in the vicinity of Rockwood Park Rd; Rt. 657E/W (Henry County), motorists can expect delays due to a disabled tractor trailer. The North left lane and right lane are closed.
Last updated:
Fri 05/25/2018 12:26 PM EDT

CVO Cascade Range GREEN/NORMAL - All volcanoes are at normal levels.

USGS Volcano Current Alerts - 10 min 3 sec ago
May 25, 2018 16:22 - Activity Update: All volcanoes in the Cascade Range of Oregon and Washington are at normal background levels of activity. These include Mount Baker, Glacier Peak, Mount Rainier, Mount St. Helens, and Mount Adams in Washington State; and Mount Hood, Mount Jefferson, Three Sisters, Newberry, and Crater Lake in Oregon. Recent Observations: Monitoring systems show that activity at Cascade Range volcanoes remained at background levels throughout the week. Small earthquakes were detected at Mount St. Helens and Mount Rainier, which is typical background activity at those ...

Health Alert Network (HAN) No. 410 - Outbreak of Life-threatening Coagulopathy Associated with Synthetic Cannabinoids Use

CDC Health Alert Network (HAN) - 10 min 52 sec ago
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is providing information on: 1) the current status of a multistate outbreak of coagulopathy from exposure to synthetic cannabinoid products containing a vitamin K-dependent antagonist agent, such as brodifacoum; 2) signs and symptoms of presenting patients from this outbreak and which patients are at risk; 3) laboratory testing options that are available to help identify and classify cases; 4) available resources that may help clinicians make decisions; and 5) to whom to report possible cases.

Rte 104 EB/WB between Oswego Rd & Blythe Rd ( Hannibal), all lanes closed due to accident @ 12:05pm for up to 2 hours, Oswego county

State - NY - NYALERT - 24 min 11 sec ago
Rte 104 EB/WB between Oswego Rd & Blythe Rd ( Hannibal), all lanes closed due to accident @ 12:05pm for up to 2 hours, Oswego county
Categories: Current Incidents

DHS Releases Binding Operational Directive With New Procedures For Securing Federal High Value Assets

Dept. of Homeland Security News - 51 min 19 sec ago

Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen issued Binding Operational Directive (BOD) 18-02, Securing High Value Assets, earlier this month, to enhance the Department’s coordinated approach to securing the federal government’s High Value Assets (HVAs) from cybersecurity threats.

For the past several years, DHS has worked with federal agencies to identify, prioritize, and assess the cybersecurity posture of some of the federal government’s most critical, high impact information systems. We refer to these systems as high value assets (HVAs) and, in 2016, issued a cybersecurity directive requiring federal agencies to take specific actions to protect their most critical systems.

With the issuance of BOD 18-02, DHS introduces a more focused, integrated approach to addressing weaknesses across federal agency HVAs, facilitates ongoing collaboration across cybersecurity teams to drive timely remediation, and ensures senior executive involvement to manage risk across an agency enterprise.

Our team in the National Protection and Programs Directorate (NPPD) also works with federal civilian agencies to conduct customized security assessments of HVAs and assist with remediation of identified vulnerabilities. In-depth security assessments and security architecture reviews of prioritized agency HVAs help identify vulnerabilities and weaknesses that may allow an adversary to penetrate a system, move through an agency’s network, and access and exfiltrate sensitive data without detection.

Since 2016, DHS has identified close to 200 high priority vulnerabilities through HVA assessments and worked closely with agencies to mitigate all critical findings as quickly as possible. We also coordinated with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) to develop a guidance document called the HVA Control Overlay, to provide further technical guidance for federal agencies to secure HVAs based on additional specifications for protections applied to high impact systems like HVAs.

Although federal agencies have a primary responsibility for their own cybersecurity, DHS provides operational assessment services, technical assistance, and a common set of security tools like the HVA Control Overlay to federal civilian executive branch agencies to help them manage their cyber risk. BOD 18-02 supports the Department’s efforts to safeguard and secure the Federal IT Enterprise by requiring all federal agencies to prioritize the security of their most critical and high impact systems.

For more information on DHS BOD 18-02, Securing High Value Assets, please visit https://cyber.DHS.gov.

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Topics:  Cybersecurity Keywords:  Cybersecurity Jeanette Manfra
Categories: Homeland Security

State Police arrest 2 Bath men

State - NY Police - 55 min 44 sec ago

The New York State Police in Troop "E", S.P. Bath announce the arrest of Victor J. Pfund, age 38, and Sean M. Battle, age 31, both from Bath, N.Y.


Categories: Law Enforcement

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