07/09/2013 - A leaked report from the Pakistani government reveals there may have been "collaboration" at some levels allowing bin Laden to remain hidden, the IRS mistakenly posts thousands of social security numbers online, President Obama considers a faster pullout in Afghanistan, and more.
06/24/2013 - Trend Micro, an Internet security solutions provider will partner with Interpol, the world’s largest international police body with 190 member countries, to support global law enforcement programs against cybercrime.
06/13/2013 - Dunbar Digital Armor, the cybersecurity services division of Dunbar Companies, announced a partnership on Wednesday with NASDAQ OMX to protect access to FinQloud, a cloud-computing service for the financial industry. The company also unveiled its new technology center in Hunt Valley, Maryland.
05/31/2013 - A lab in Fairfax, Virginia, uses photo-analysis to help agents track down child sex abusers; a Chinese company seeks to purchase a major U.S. hog producer, prompting a routine security review; a computer programmer provides a way to analyze drone-strike patterns, and more.
05/23/2013 - Two men are arrested in London after the brutal murder of a solider, Attorney General Eric Holder sends a letter to Congress outlining drone attacks that killed four Americans, and Twitter beefs up security.
05/02/2013 - The three suspects taken into custody Wednesday in connection with Boston bombings are named. Police remove piece of landing gear from plane believed to be one of the two 9-11 hijacked flights that crashed into World Trade Center. And marathon runners and spectators face increased security this weekend at the Long Island Marathon.
04/05/2013 - Director of National Intelligence (DNI) James Clapper took steps today to address an issue faced by victims of sexual assault who have or are trying to obtain a security clearance: They may fear disclosing mental health information on their application.
04/02/2013 - Google's privacy director says she's stepping down, the Russian governmnet blocks content on Facebook and Twitter, and the FBI and DHS say Telephone Denial of Service attacks on on the rise at public safety call centers.