Cybercrime Flourishes as the U.S. Government Fails to Respond

A new investigative report says the U.S. government is short-changing its cybersecurity efforts while cybercrime costs U.S. businesses $67.2 billion annually.

Spitzer Admits Defeat on Licenses for Illegal Aliens

Widespread popular and political opposition to the plan to issue driver's licenses to illegal aliens in New York has led the governor to kill the plan.

Bush Pushes to Redirect Funds into Cybersecurity

President Bush is asking Congress to redirect $152 million to shore up cybersecurity vulnerabilities at government agencies.

German Companies the Target of Foreign Espionage

China, aiming to become more technologically competitive, is aggressively spying on German companies.

United Kingdom: Thousands of Security Jobs Held By Illegals

A government review has found that 5,000 illegal immigrants are employed in U.K. security jobs, some sensitive in nature.

Fighting the War on Terror in Cyberspace

Researchers at the University of Arizona have a new tool to identify the Web's most notorious cyberjihadists.

White House Says War on Drugs Working

Antidrug chief says the increase in price of cocaine is evidence the U.S. strategy is working.

Survey: Downloading Music Top Threat, Say IT Managers

Despite the risk of employees downloading music, most companies don't block that activity.

Mukasey Wins Approval

The new attorney general will replace Alberto R. Gonzales who left the post in August.

Congress Probes the Terrorist Watch List

Government investigators recommend strengthening the quality of the watch list data and its redress system.



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