NEWS & ANALYSIS

Whistleblowers Criticize FBI

Two whistleblowers and a U.S. senator describe a culture of corruption, retaliation, and discrimination within the FBI.

U.S. Does Poorly in Peace Rankings

The United States has fallen one place down in the 2nd annual Global Peace Index, but the index's creator says the world is more peaceful this year than last year.

China Embraces Cyberwarfare, Experts Testify

China, says one expert, wants to achieve "electronic dominance" by the year 2050.

San Diego Airport's Security Lanes Aim to Ease Stress

Passengers will be able to pick the security lane that most closely fits their needs.

Hollywood Data Theft Techniques Made Real

Research teams have devised two novel ways to steal data, however, there is an easy, low-tech way to stop one technique.

Verizon Wins $678.5 Million DHS Contract

Verizon will work to bring all of the Department of Homeland Security's agencies onto one IP address.

Power Plants Open to Hack Attack

The software power plants use to automate their operations is vulnerable to hacking, says a security testing firm.

Jane's Releases Terrorism Map

The company says the map combined with its other products can help businesses manage their risk in dangerous regions better.

Academic Culture, Understaffing Blamed for Higher Ed IT Insecurity

Eighty-six information security incidents have been reported on college and university networks in the first five-and-a-half months of 2008.

NATO Establishes Cyberdefense Center

The center will be established in Estonia, which suffered a crippling cyberattack last spring.
 




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