06/28/2012 - What the new healthcare law could mean for private security. Someone has been hiring private security to run surveillance on Reuters journalists in Greece. Ontario, Canada to review emergency response plans. A college professor who can hack UAVs. And more.
06/27/2012 - Suspected anarchists launch a brazen attack on Microsoft headquarters in Greece. E-mails tell of security breaches at a CDC infectious disease lab. The FBI busts 24 people in its largest operation against credit card fraud. And more.
06/26/2012 - Canada moves to keep foreign companies from participating in its telecom overhaul citing security reasons. Ninety-nine percent of alarms in Las Cruces are false. A lesson in Facebook privacy. And more.
06/18/2012 - Iran says it has arrested 20 suspects in the assassinations of several nuclear scientists. A new report examines CAPTCHA vulnerabilities. A Taliban leader plans to ban polio vaccines if the U.S. continues drone strikes. And more.
06/11/2012 - Mexico’s new president could mean big changes in the war on drugs. NCAR’s new supercomputer could help predict the weather more accurately. A security guard is charged with murder after shooting two men, one 11 times. And more.
06/07/2012 - Secret memos reveal Canada's cybersecurity concerns. Scientists worry that organisms carried over on debris from Japan’s tsunami last year could disrupt West Coast ecosystems. The Committee on Homeland Security extends the validity of TWIC cards.
06/04/2012 - New details emerge about the plane crash in Nigeria on Sunday. One of the last two suspects in the 1995 Tokyo subway attack is arrested. A Danish court finds four guilty of planning terror attacks. And more.