NASA CIO looks to define the Geek community, sort of.
The 191-page document dates from a 1991 background check when Apple's founder was being considered for a position on the President's Export Council.
Hacking and extortion will get you thrown in prison.
The Internal Revenue Service and the Department of Justice teamed up for a coast-to-coast crackdown on identity thieves this week.
A workshop will examine the security and feasibility of making payments on the fly via cell phone.
The FBI said it arrested a computer programmer in New York this week and charged him with stealing proprietary software code from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
Federal watchdogs this week issued a report on what information is available to help government agencies and public sector companies bulk up their cybersecurity efforts.
Authorities warn of an increase in the use of Gameover, which e-mail phishing scheme that invokes the names of prominent government financial institutions.
IBM today issued its sixth annual look at what Big Blue thinks will be the five biggest technologies for the next five years.
The security of cloud computing is often debated but such debates seem to be over for the general tasked with running the United States military's cyber command, who sees the technology not only as way to rein in IT costs but a way to more easily protect IT assets.
Right from the start let's agree that the argument of humans or robots is getting close to being a dead heat in some areas.
Oncoming applications, communications technology and security make this a once-sided argument.
Articles by Michael Cooney