Mar 25, 2010 -Federal agencies continue to be cited for information security weaknesses, civil liberties advocates urge Supreme Court to recognize privacy right in case before them, and a local court forgoes security upgrade to cut budget--just a sign of the times.
Mar 24, 2010 -A case for splitting the National Security Agency; Pirate attack thwarted with first fatal shooting by private security; a report questions use of prisoner user fees; and the government's cybersecurity system dubbed Einstein 3 to get tested.
Feb 26, 2010 -A company that verifies whether retail and other Web sites adequately secure customers' personal information has agreed to settle charges with the Federal Trade Commission that it misled its customers.
Feb 16, 2010 -U.S. and Pakistan forces capture top Taliban leader. Four Democratic and Republican Senators have introduced a bill to extend chemical facilities security law without the controversial provisions in the House-based bill. Full-body scans legality challenged in U.K. A U.S. Court examines police authority to track location by cell phone without a warrant. And more...
Jan 28, 2010 -Oklahomans about to file their state taxes should be cautious when they visit the Web site of the state's tax commission: it's riddled with malicious code and is dangerous, warns a prominent security researcher.