11/26/2012 - Staying safe on Cyber Monday. Britain fines a bank for failing to implement risk management practices that could have prevented billions of dollars worth of fraud. Police open a negligence investigation as protests begin in the wake of Bangladesh factory fires. And more.
11/16/2012 - A NASA laptop with personally identifiable information gets stolen. Anonymous launches an operation against Israel. People who want to sell marijuana legally are having a hard time trying to get started. And more.
10/19/2012 - North Korea threatens a strike if South Korean activists launch propaganda balloons into the country. The U.S. is cooperating with Japan after two Navy personnel were arrested for rape. The CIA wants more armed drones. And more.
10/09/2012 - Venezuela's election happens peacefully despite initial panic from the public. The SPLC warns of the Sovereign Citizens Movement. Arizona man found guilty of launching a chemical attack in 2009. And more.
09/17/2012 - The Taliban launches the most destructive attack in the history of the 11-year war in Afghanistan. Cyber Security Hall of Fame list announced. Forensics company to investigate Baltimore schools. And more.
08/20/2012 - A blogger calls for a uniform way of counting deaths across agencies to get an accurate number of narco-related deaths in Mexico. NIST standard could cause an overhaul for government Web sites. And more.