Congress To Security Experts: How Do We Deal With The Internet of Shit?
And Bruce Schneier thinks regulating the Internet of Things is inevitable and desirable.
The Internet of Things Will Turn Large-Scale Hacks into Real World Disasters
The rise of the Internet of Things threatens to make it much easier to cause real-life damage through cyberattacks.
The Internet of Things That Talk About You Behind Your Back
Your computerized things are talking about you behind your back, and for the most part you can’t stop them—or even learn what they’re saying.
The Rise of Political Doxing
We're going to see more politically-motivated doxing in the future, against both people and institutions.
For the rest of their lives, 5.6 million US government employees need to remember that someone, somewhere, has their fingerprints.
This Campaign Helps Intelligence Workers Become Whistleblowers
The awareness-raising initiative also offers counselling and template resignation letters.
This Security Expert Thinks Mass Surveillance Doesn't Stop Terror Attacks
"Early intervention aimed at identifying and helping troubled individuals before they become murderers is the only real solution here."
Bruce Schneier: Sony Hackers 'Completely Owned This Company'
Execs will be prosecuted over what's still to be revealed, the security expert says.
MLB's Metal Detector Policy is What 'Terrorists Winning Looks Like'
In 2015, every MLB stadium will require fans to walk through metal detectors for reasons that make no sense to security experts.