Cybersecurity professionals are overworked and stressed out to such an extent that it threatens to provide hackers and cybercriminals with a better chance of conducting cyberattacks against the enterprise.
Two U.S. service members were killed in Afghanistan on Wednesday, the American-led NATO mission in Afghanistan said in a statement.
Britain has successfully completed the first operational mission of its most advanced fighter jet — the Lockheed Martin Lightning F-35B.
Saudi Arabia said Tuesday that it had captured a man it identified as the leader of the Islamic State’s Yemen branch during a raid this month on a house in southern Yemen, according to the official Saudi press agency.
Researchers from security company SafeBreach have warned that a flaw in Dell’s troubleshooting software, SupportAssist, has left “millions” of users vulnerable to having their computer remotely taken over by attackers.
A January data breach at the Department of Human Services exposed the confidential information of an eye-popping 645,000 Oregonians.
A recent trip to Israel geared for law enforcement did more than reinforce the need of current practices for Solon Police Chief Christopher Viland, it opened up communication between police chiefs of major cities with large Jewish populations.
Eight Australian children have been rescued from a refugee camp in Syria and are in the care of the Australian government, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said Monday.
Alec McKinney says he targeted kids over gender taunts.
A Syrian refugee who came to the U.S. three years ago plotted to bomb a church this spring to inspire followers of the Islamic State of Iraq, federal authorities said in announcing the man’s arrest Wednesday.