FCC shrugs at fake cell towers around the White House
It’s open season for cell tower spoofing in Washington.
US and UK warn that Russia has been hacking routers worldwide
Intelligence agencies warn that the campaign had been going on for months.
Homeland Security database would track bloggers, social media
The proposal could curb fake news, but there's also potential for abuse.
Facebook knows it must do more to fight bad actors
The company's Lead Policy Manager of Counterterrorism spoke about its clean-up efforts at SXSW.
A US customs computer snafu caused major airport delays
Service has been restored and the outage "wasn't malicious in nature."
DHS finds first responder apps are plagued by security issues
32 out of 33 apps surveyed in a study had vulnerabilities and privacy issues.
Federal employees stole data from Homeland Security
It appears they were using it to make a knockoff version of agency software.
Homeland Security wants to scan your face at the border
The agency will seek solutions at an 'industry' day in Silicon Valley mid-November.
Feds warn energy, aviation companies of hacking threats
Security experts believe it's an ongoing Russian government campaign.