After stirring up trouble for months, the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) died a quiet death in the Senate on Thursday.
Amidst increasing pressure from the law and creepy renters, the world's best urban vacation rental startup is forcing users to fork over government-issued photo I.D. so they can crosscheck your identity against your social media account... all to rent a cheap apartment. Yes, Airbnb is now more strict than most bars.
Some Twitter employee had a pretty rough day on Tuesday, after a hack led to the AP sending a fake tweet to its 2 million followers. If only the hacker had waited, Twitter could've stopped them!
Gen. Keith Alexander, director of the National Security Agency, took the stand in front of the Senate Armed Services Committee on Tuesday and an ambitious expansion of the Pentagon's Cyber Command.
In between swipes at the United States, China's foreign minister Yang Jiechi called for new "rules and cooperation" against cyber attacks at the annual session of the National People's Congress this weekend.
The New York Times is the latest media outlet to liken the quiet standoff between the United States and China over cyber security to "a new Cold War."
Days after cybersecurity firm Mandiant published an eye-popping report of state-sponsored cyber espionage by the China's People’s Liberation Army, the Chinese have fired back.
Remember that scary column Obama wrote last year, describing the nightmarish scenario of a crippling cyber attack that shut down our power grid and poisoned our water? It just got real.
There's an unexpected but not entirely surprising upside to a years-long global economic downturn. Governments don't buy as many guns and bombs.
Some jokester hacked into the Emergency Alert System in Montana and warned that "dead bodies are rising from their graves" on Monday. Everybody seems to think this is hilarious.
With all the talk of an impending cyberwar as the Cybersecurity Act of 2012 travels through Congress, the question of what a cyberwar would actually look like is still pretty ambiguous. Is it fear mongering? Or is the impending doom for real? We asked some experts to get a better sense of what cyberconflict looks like in reality.
Inspired by The New York Times' exposé on Obama's "secret 'kill list,'" we collected some of the best pieces of watchdog journalism on Obama's national security policies.
A group of Indian hackers recently broke into Symantec, the makers of the Norton cybersecurity software suite, and while the story rests on a salacious premise, embarrassment is probably the worst thing that could happen to the company.
At their main trade show GEOINT this week, the intelligence community talked a lot about making progress in preventing the next Bradley Manning from leaking government secrets.
The case of the mysterious drone virus is starting to sound like an Onion article
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