Is bullying getting worse? Studies show that more kids and parents are reporting bullying, but even more concerning is higher rates of kids surveyed anonymously say they don't report bullying.
Currently citizens have yet to be identified. And not even various U.S. states are willing to cooperate. Real ID Act Implementation of the Real ID A...
The development of critical infrastructure security is complex and will require a continued united effort across sectors, companies and governments in order to ensure safe and reliable drinking and wastewater service for our nation.
Shredding is fun! Repeat that 10 times and you just might start believing it. Certainly shredding is a tad bit of work, but that's what kids and inter...
Set aside the money and get them an iPad of their very own -- and make sure the Genius Bar helps you set up all those parental controls.
As you go online to nab gifts for your loved ones (and maybe pick up something for yourself as well), here are a couple of common diversions and deceptions to watch for and navigate away from.
Whether you're shopping online using your computer, smartphone or tablet, here are some common cyber scams to watch out for and security precautions you should take.
Ten years ago, following the money meant following credit, debit card and Social Security number theft. Now, an identity thief will steal large amounts of information, package it up in bundles and sell it online on the black market.
That paradox echoes around the globe: While governments may spend heavily on high-tech intelligence and security programs, most are still struggling to update the unwieldy IT systems that run almost everything else.
co-authored by J. Thomas Malatesta, COO Ziklag Systems Mobile device users and their organizations cannot continue to hide their naiveté under the g...
Glitches and outages have been the main focus thus far in the scrutiny over the HealthCare.gov website - but a bigger problem could be looming on the horizon for Americans who wish to enroll on the site: hacking.
In this environment, enter universities that are designing degrees, creating knowledge, framing debates, and developing solutions about pressing issues (before, during, and after they become problems). Take cyber security.
I am the first journalist with whom Mr. Hammond met since his arrest in March 2012. This interview was held months before sentencing. At the request of Mr. Hammond's attorneys, who feared his words would be used at sentencing against him, I delayed publishing.
America's energy use poses threats to national security on numerous fronts. Aging transmission systems coupled with an increasingly computerized grid have left our country vulnerable to a crippling attack on our energy infrastructure.
co-authored by Dr. Stephen Bryen Increasingly in the United States and around the world individuals use smartphones, and smart tablets, for personal ...
When it comes to identifying potential solutions to the world's greatest challenges, leaders and policy-makers are still too often locked in an old world, one-dimensional mindset.