SAN FRANCISCO – The U.S. House of Representatives is likely to pass an information sharing bill this week and that bill is just as likely to become law in the coming months, according to a panel of Experts at the RSA Conference in San Francisco.
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Cadets from the U.S. Naval Academy have won the NSA’s annual hacking contest for the third time in fifteen years.
Voting machines in Virginia are hopelessly vulnerable to scores of low level hacks, calling into question the integrity of recent elections there.
Dell released its annual threat report yesterday, ringing the alarm bells on point-of-sale and industrial control system attack in 2014 and beyond.
The Great Firewall’s offensive counterpart, the Great Cannon, which inject malicious scripts to reroute traffic, is responsible for recent massive DDoS attacks targeting Github and GreatFire.org.
New Obama Administration Executive Order declares a cyber-national emergency and research advocates worry that sanctions could chill security research work.
VMware has issued an update to a number of its products fixing an information disclosure bug in Oracle’s Java runtime environment.
A Russian security researcher discovered that he could delete any video on YouTube by sending a simple POST request in YouTube’s Creator Studio.
Pew Research Center survey finds that most Americans have done little or nothing to change their online behaviors nearly two years after the first NSA spying revelations emerged.
Supreme Court rules that satellite-based monitoring constitutes a Fourth Amendment protected search in sex offender case but does not rule on whether this particular search is a reasonable one.