“America’s Failure to Lead Is Going to Come Back and Bite Us.” Sen. Mark Warner Explains How Congress Fell Behind on Regulating Tech.
The Facebook Hack Could Haunt Its Victims for Years to Come
How to Tell Whether Your Account Was Hit by the Massive Facebook Hack
The Military’s Cyber Defenses Are in Appallingly Bad Shape
Should You Request a Paper Ballot to Keep Your Vote Secure From Hackers?
Google Did the Right Thing Around the Google Plus Vulnerability
It Took a Major Security Flaw for Google to Finally Shut Down Google Plus, the Web’s Least Useful Social Network
How Sci-Fi Like WarGames Led to Real Policy During the Reagan Administration
The U.S. May Get a Back Door to Encryption Back Doors, Thanks to Australia
There Is No Good Way to Stop China From Planting Microchips in American Electronics
Everything We Know About the Facebook Hack Affecting 50 Million Accounts
The Massive Facebook Hack Might Have Affected Users’ Other Apps and Websites, Too
Mark Zuckerberg Can’t Say Why Users Should Trust Facebook Anymore
Facebook Announces That 50 Million Accounts Had Personal Information Exposed in a Hack
Students From Notre Dame Are Becoming Sworn Officers in the Local Cybercrimes Unit. Good Idea?
Trump Calls Out Election Meddling—by China
We’re Finally Having a Real Conversation About Privacy. Why Aren’t We Looking Closely at Data Brokers?
A New California Bill Would Require Better Passwords for Internet of Things Devices
A Democratic-Republican Deal Not to Use Hacked Materials in Campaigns Was Never Going to Work
Those Kids Who Hacked Voting Websites at Def Con Had Help