Hawaii’s False Missile Alert Headlines

By MDL on January 19, 2018

Headlines and Links related to Hawaii’s False Missile Alert

CNET, Hawaii missile alert on smartphones was false alarm

Reuters, Tears and panic as false missile alert unnerves Hawaii

The Atlantic, Pandemonium and Rage in Hawaii

Washington Post, ‘BALLISTIC MISSILE THREAT INBOUND TO HAWAII,’ the alert screamed. It was a false alarm.

New York Times, Hawaii Panics After Alert About Incoming Missile Is Sent in Error

AP, The Latest: Hawaii governor apologizes for false alert

Wired, How Hawaii Could Have Sent a False Nuclear Alarm

Wall Street Journal, U.S. Reviews Emergency-Alert System After Hawaii Mishap

Washington Post, Hawaii missile mess: That was no ‘wrong button.’ Take a look.

Civil Beat, False Alarm Fallout: Worker Reassigned And Trump Weighs In

Graham Cluley, Hawaii’s ballistic missile false alarm and a user interface failure

Civil Beat, Hawaii Distributed Phony Image Of Missile Warning Screen

Ars Technica, The interface to send out a missile alert in Hawaii is slightly less bad

Bitdefender, Hot for Security, Hawaii’s missile alert agency keeps its password on a Post-it note

Business Insider, A password for the Hawaii emergency agency was hiding in a public photo, written on a Post-it note

New York Times, Days After Hawaii’s False Missile Alarm, a New One in Japan

Honolulu Star-Advertiser, After false missile alarm, Ige couldn’t log on to Twitter

SC Media, Hawaii slow to Tweet missile alert update when governor forgets Twitter password

Vox, Hawaii governor: I was slow to correct the bogus missile scare because I forgot my Twitter password

Honolulu  Star-Advertiser, HI-EMA executive officer Clairmont retiring this year

Honolulu Star-Advertiser, HI-EMA ‘button pusher’ refusing to cooperate with FCC, internal investigators

Raytheon, Clean, clear and error-proof, Lessons from Hawaii: Smart graphics can help prevent human error

Honolulu Star-Advertiser, ‘Button pusher’ not cooperating with multiple investigations