The Coast Guard released this week a best practices Safety Alert in the wake of what is categorized as a growing cybersecurity threat landscape amid expanded reliance on technology to support vessels.
America’s longest war may yet be inching toward a conclusion.
Researchers warned thousands of apps have the ability to circumvent Android’s permissions system and gain access to sensitive user information.
Chinese Hackers Demonstrate Their Global Cyber Espionage Reach with Breach at 10 of the World’s Biggest Telecoms
A multi-year attack carried out by Chinese hackers was exposed recently, and the scope of it is beyond anything previously seen in nation-state cyber espionage.
The Secret Service released a new report Tuesday identifying trends and warning signs from 27 mass attacks that took place across the United States in 2018.
Taliban and Afghan representatives, including some government officials, agreed on Tuesday to a basic road map for negotiating the country’s political future, a major step that could help propel peace efforts to end the long war, now in its 18th year.
The decline of the militant group has given rise to another evil: human trafficking networks that thrive on the spoils of war, the displaced and the desperate.
An Australian graduate student who went missing in North Korea last week has been released from detention and is now “safe and well” in China, according to Prime Minister Scott Morrison.
Authorities in Turkey reportedly discovered $72 million worth of a radioactive element — used in nuclear reactors and found in the fallout of nuclear explosions — from a car.
Sixty-one percent of firms suffered a cyber attack in the past year, compared to 41 percent the year prior.