If US intelligence agencies ban the computers of a Chinese company from classified networks should companies also avoid the same products? What if the vendor is one of the world’s largest PC makers?
Privacy and digital rights groups have dug in for a longer fight against massive surveillance programmes at the US National Security Agency.
Civil rights advocates view Wednesday’s narrow defeat of a bill to curtail funds for the National Security Agency’s domestic spy programme as a sign of the growing opposition within Congress.
The realm of 4G wireless networking continues to grow with each passing week, and for business users, it has matured from a luxury to a necessity.
Wall Street played its own version of war games on Thursday, testing its defences against simulated cyber-attacks bent on taking down US stock exchanges.
Infor has been sued by a customer who claims an ERP project that was supposed to take six months instead allegedly dragged on for well over a year without any useful results.
A new version of a file-infecting malware program that’s being distributed through drive-by download attacks is also capable of stealing FTP (File Transfer Protocol) credentials.
With major parts of the US under an intense heat wave, opting for less cooling may seem like a bad idea. But it isn’t.
Yahoo wants the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court to order the public release of a secret order in a 2008 surveillance dispute.
The fallout from the recent disclosures of the National Security Agency’s secret surveillance programmes continues to spread.