Sens. Joseph Lieberman and Susan Collins last week reintroduced sweeping cyber-security legislation that they say expressly prohibits an “Internet kill switch” that would allow the president to shut down the Web.
The study by Britain’s Office of Cyber Security and Information Assurance concluded digital crime is a growing, widespread problem, and attempts to address it have been hampered by a real lack of understanding and insight.
An unprecedented cyberattack on the Canadian government, apparently from China, has given foreign hackers access to highly classified federal information and forced at least two key departments off the internet.
Unless pushed to the wall, Kenya will never establish a credible local judicial mechanism to try the perpetrators of the 2008 post-election violence.
Law enforcement officials have called the stretch between Port Newark and Newark Liberty International Airport the most dangerous two miles in America.
A hacker has pleaded guilty to stealing more than 400 billion virtual poker chips. He laundered the haul via a series of Facebook accounts in a bid to escape being caught.
Facebook spammers have been hijacking people’s accounts to send chat messages touting prizes but only leading to marketing surveys.
Several Valentine’s Day scams are spreading, along with a falsely promised video of an Italian schoolteacher striptease.
The attackers used hacking tools of Chinese origin that are prevalent on Chinese underground hacking forums.
Cyber thieves are cashing in after stealing credit cards in a hack attack on the website of cosmetics firm Lush.