Apr 15, 2014 -Ukraine orders a military operation to confront pro-Russian militants, the Heartbleed flaw continues to plague the Internet, Attorney General Eric Holder asks for additional funds to train for active shooter scenarios, and Boston marks the one-year anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing.
Apr 11, 2014 -The Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission released a joint statement yesterday, clarifying that antitrust concerns are not raised when companies share cyberthreat information with each other.
Apr 10, 2014 -A student has been charged as an adult after stabbing 21 at a Pennsylvania high school yesterday morning. The Heartbleed flaw has experts scrambling to find a solution for both Web site owners and users. And a software engineer says he warned the University of Maryland of their security flaw four months before the school was hacked.
Apr 09, 2014 -Experts have discovered a major flaw in the security software Open SSL used by millions of Web sites, pro-Russian separatists have seized three government buildings in Ukraine, and an explosion in Islamabad kills at least 20.
Apr 08, 2014 -Protests continue in three eastern Ukrainian cities but police are able to regain control of one government building occupied by pro-Russian protestors. NBC News reports the hunt for missing Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 is on track to become the costliest search effort in aviation history. A GAO report reveals that six government agencies' assessments of physical security standards are not in line with DHS guidelines.
Apr 07, 2014 -Congressman advocates for firearms on base, DHS and FEMA chiefs tour mudslide, pings in Malaysia Air search give hope, and the White House holds cyberattacks briefing with Chinese officials.