Internet service in Egypt has been restored after it was shut down Jan. 26.
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Construction will soon begin on the nation’s first cybersecurity headquarters, a $1.5 billion facility which already being billed as the “Spy Center.”
As we embark on a new year, there’s a new batch of terms even the most casual computer user should be aware of.
Cybercriminals hacked into the database of American Honda Motor Co., Inc. stealing the names, e-mail addresses and Vehicle Identification Numbers (VIN) of 2.2 million car owners
A college student studying computer science has created his own URL shortening service that doubles as a weapon for issuing distributed denial-of-service attacks (DDoS).
A 16-year-old boy in the Netherlands has been arrested in connection with the massive online attacks that brought down the websites of MasterCard and Visa this week
The Emergency Broadcast System is getting a modern-day upgrade -- moving from the television to the cell phone
The massive set of undersea cables that makes up the infrastructure of the Internet needs to be revamped to ensure security during a crisis
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security is now using social networking sites such as Facebook to suss out people they believe to be involved in fake marriages for citizenship.
They may not know how to use a computer yet, but a recent poll revealed that some children as young as six months already have an online presence, including their own email address.
The Army Forces Cyber Command (ARCYBER) became fully operational, providing the Defense Department a means of protecting crucial government information networks
The recent targeting of an Iranian nuclear power plant by a dangerous computer worm hints at how "cyber weapons" could change the face of future warfare.
ESPN’s Fantasy Football site is plagued by flaws that make it easy for users to cheat, according to a security researcher.