Sep 17, 2014 -The website Healthcare.gov has lingering security weaknesses. Polls indicate that Americans are afraid again, but on many fronts. Apple has reactivated two-factor authentication to iCloud. Finland has investigated its first terrorism case.
Sep 16, 2014 -The United States will send 3,000 troops to West Africa to help curb the Ebola outbreak. The Washington Post describes the NFL's vast security network in a behind-the-scenes look. And a GAO report says that DHS has not effectively integrated its vulnerability assessments of critical infrastructure.
Sep 15, 2014 -Cameron vows to fight ISIS after killing, Wildfires in California force evacuations, American tourist sentenced to hard labor in North Korea, and Homeland Security Committee to hold hearings on terrorist threats.
Sep 12, 2014 -The number of new Ebola cases in West Africa is growing faster than health officials can handle them, Australia raises its terrorism threat level to the second-highest warning, and previously classified documents about Yahoo's legal battle against government surveillance are unsealed.
Sep 11, 2014 -Nearly five million Gmail usernames and passwords have been made public by Russian hackers, Salesforce has warned its customers of targeted malware aimed at stealing login credentials, and cybersecurity experts gathered to discuss protecting sales systems.
Sep 10, 2014 -Despite its effectiveness in the Middle East, the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria poses no direct threat to the United States, according to panelists who spoke at a Congressional hearing Wednesday morning.
Sep 09, 2014 -An Inspector General report has found that the Department of Homeland Security has a hoard of medical supplies for pandemic response set to expire soon. The Dutch Safety Review Board has released a report showing that Malaysia Airlines Flight MH-17 was shot down by a "large number of fragments." Home Depot confirms that it did suffer a security breach. And more.