Congress convenes first hearing on North Korea's maturing hacking powers.
Reps. Darrell Issa and Suzan DelBene want to educate their colleagues about the devices.
Bob Latta's legislation would prevent the Internet from being treated like a utility.
The Age of Big Data requires all nations to work together to combat the scourge of terrorism.
GSA hopes to teach federal agencies how to guard against such hacks.
Ahead of the State of the Union, Obama is using the week to highlight a number of cybersecurity...
Twitter wants to publish the number of orders it receives for user data.
Civil libertarians hope to force changes when part of the Patriot Act sunsets in June.
The new Web rules are due out next month.
The director also raised fears that ISIS could pose a cyber threat.
The event in the House will be the first public congressional inquiry into the Sony hack.
The moves formalize an arrangement that has been long expected.
Rep. Devin Nunes said "key terrorist tracking programs" should be reauthorized.
Prime Minister David Cameron is considering outlawing encrypted messaging services.
Facebook is rolling out a new tool that it hopes will make it easier for police to find lost and...
Centcom said it is viewing the incident “purely as a case of cybervandalism.”
The DHS reportedly lacks a strategy to protect nearly 9,000 federal facilities.
“You’ll see no mercy infidels," the hackers said in a post.
Advocates say the speech gives the president a chance to double down on the issue.
Cyber thieves made off with over $5 million in bitcoins.
“We may have taken the wrong lesson from" the Sony hack, Rep. Zoe Lofgren says.
The legislation passed the House by voice vote last Congress.
It would bar the feds from requiring "backdoor" security gaps in mobile devices.
The new rules would aim to help responders locate people who dial 911 from cellphones indoors.