The U.S. Department of Justice wants its wiretapping and other surveillance capabilities vastly expanded, with the Internet and other modern communications technologies among the targets of the government's new war on terrorism, according to experts who a
Gone are the good old days of worry over e-commerce customer lists and fears of unauthorized FBI snooping into the lives of average Americans. From the ruins of the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, a bitter new reality has emerged: Our very lives are
Corporate IT managers grappling with the latest and greatest threat to the Internet, NIMDA, will find cold comfort in knowing the worm gives intruders administrator-level privileges, says a security expert.
The Federal Aviation Administration's new restrictions on the use of electronic ticketing may appear to be a threat to online travel, industry experts said, but in the long-term, electronic ticketing may become another layer of security that federal agenc
Attempts to give government agents cybersurveillance tools and better access to the keys that decrypt sophisticated private networks are likely to reignite on Capitol Hill as the subject of terrorism captivates lawmakers.
David Farber, former chief technologist of the Federal Communications Commission says that if terrorists had decided to launch simultaneous attacks on the Internet, they could have created national "chaos" in addition to the tragic and massive