Anthony Kimery, a leading authority on homeland security, brings exclusive coverage of security issues to HSToday's online column, the Kimery Report. Kimery's two decades of experience in global security, intelligence and defense, further strengthens HSToday's ability to be at the forefront of reporting homeland security news.
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July 27, 2004 –- Anthony Kimery, a leading authority on homeland security,
brings exclusive coverage of security issues to HSToday's online column, the
Kimery Report. Kimery's two decades of experience in global security,
intelligence and defense, further strengthens HSToday's ability to be at the
forefront of reporting homeland security news.
"Kimery is a consummate professional in homeland security and counterterrorism coverage," said HSToday Editor David Silverberg. "He's well plugged-in, knowledgeable and brings tremendous depth and integrity to the exclusive, breaking reporting he does for the HSToday website."
Since the 9/11 terrorist attacks, strategies are emerging that will shape homeland security for decades to come. HSToday is the first publication to provide strategic insight and analysis into the policy, structure, politics and priorities of the $100 billion homeland security market.
The Kimery Report reveals exclusive homeland security developments as they occur.
News breaking articles that have recently appeared in the Kimery Report include:
· Suspected Baghdad Chem-Bomb Facility Raises Concerns about New al Qaeda Capabilities
· Customs' Cargo Inspection Targeting System Flawed
· Virginia Nuclear Power Plant Believed to Have Been Al Qaeda Target
In his most recent article, Kimery points towards intelligence indicating that Al Qaeda terrorists are planning another terrorist attack on the United States between now and the Presidential Elections in November. Intelligence in the form of communications intercepts indicates that terrorists plot an attack bigger than the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Kimery comments that there is no doubt that a terrorist attack in the US "many magnitudes more catastrophic than the attacks on 9/11 would have some sort of impact on the upcoming presidential election."
Kimery is a respected, award-wining editor and journalist who has covered national and global security, intelligence and defense issues for two decades. Among his list of credentials, Kimery was Washington Bureau Chief for Money Laundering Alert; an editor of three business-to-business newsletters on financial institution regulation; and Washington editor of Financial Planning and Trader's magazines. Kimery also served as a Washington correspondent for the Paris-based Intelligence Newsletter; a columnist for The Veteran; and managing editor of Kerrigan Media International, a Washington publisher of magazines covering military and defense subjects. Kimery also served as managing editor of SOURCES, a San Francisco-based security intelligence news service, and was a founding contributing writer for Homeland Defense Journal. From 1995 until it ceased publication in May 2004, Kimery was a contributing writer for Insight, a current affairs magazine published by The Washington Times Co. Kimery has written for The Washington Post, Wired, Vietnam, Common Cause, SAGA, and the Investigative Reporters & Editors Journal, to name a few. His reporting has been cited in numerous books and scholarly papers, reprinted in military publications, and picked up by mainstream US media. Kimery also has appeared on TV and radio talk shows.
For daily updates on homeland security developments and the Kimery Report, visit HSToday’s website at http://www.HSToday.us. To schedule an interview with HSToday, or for more information, please contact: Gwyn Thakur, President, Effective Marketing Inc., 978-852-6398, e-mail protected from spam bots.
HSToday was launched as a monthly magazine in May 2004. HSToday is the first publication to provide strategic insight and analysis into the strategies of the Homeland Security market. Go to HSToday Magazine for more information.
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