When the TSA recently announced that some previously banned items would now be allowed on air flights, the rationale was a new focus on weapons of destruction of a difference magnitude, including chemicals and bombs. In this video, provided by TSA, it shows the destruction that can be caused by an underwear bomb, similar to one worn by and tried to detonate by Umar Farouk Abdulmatallab, 23, on Dec. 25, 2009, en route to Detroit.
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CBS News explores the world of cyber security and how it's vital in this hacking age.
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Bloomberg reports on cyber security based a U.S. Department of Homeland Security study highlighting how human error can contribute to hackers accessing information via malware attached to USB devices and e-mail accounts.