A research team shows DHS and FAA how spoofing unencrypted GPS signals lets them take over drones in flight, potentially turning them into weapons.
The plan calls for doubling the UAV coverage area along U.S. borders, but there are doubts about how well drones can work over water.
A system being installed by San Francisco's transit authority can flag suspicious activity and even shut down a train automatically.
A Cambridge study concludes that spending on security products greatly outweighs the costs of cyber crime and that it would be better to just go after online criminals.
Charleston police are using IBM predictive analytics software to better allocate resources, forecast criminal patterns and solve crime more quickly.
Companion bills in the House and Senate want Fourth Amendment protections applied to UAV use.
New protocols will allow individual IP addresses for all users, which doesn’t always happen with IPv4.
Saying that the window of opportunity to pass critical legislation is quickly disappearing, seven former Pentagon, Homeland Security and intelligence officials urged Senate leaders to bring cybersecurity legislation to the floor.
It's not just surveillance. As drones used by the military come home, agencies from NASA to NOAA to USDA find they can go where piloted flights cannot.
Agencies and the Industry Botnet Group will coordinate efforts against what is called a growing threat to the online economy and national security.
The sophisticated malware, also called Flamer or sKyWIper, is conducting "old-school espionage" and is apparently the work of a team working full time for months or years.
As agencies move toward a model of sharing goods and services, it's changing the business landscape, according to Richard Spires, CIO at the Homeland Security Department.
A Carnegie Mellon study shows that energy companies and utilities lag behind the more highly regulated financial services industry in cybersecurity and privacy protection.
For Paulding County, Ga., bonding three cellular channels together provides multimegabit bandwidth for its mobile command center without the expense of a satellite link.
It's a small, easy step to make sure you don't risk losing access to the Internet.