China and Russia are regarded as the most formidable cyber threats.
True net-heads sometimes resort to punctuation cartoons to get around the absence of inflection.
Governors normally have jurisdiction over public health emergencies, but a widespread biological attack would cross state boundaries.
Nothing is absolute in security.
Dell fills its computers with crapware, collecting fees from McAfee and other vendors to pre-install ‘trial’ versions.
The Patriot Act unleashed the FBI to search your email, travel and credit records without even a suspicion of wrongdoing.
The Obama administration has provided almost no public information about the NSA’s compliance record.
Privacy and encryption work, but it’s too easy to make a mistake that exposes you.
NSA surveillance is a complex subject – legally, technically and operationally.
The NSA has different reporting requirements for each branch of government and each of its legal authorities.
Counterterrorism analysts have known for years that al Qaeda prepares for attacks with elaborate ‘targeting packages’ of photographs and notes.
Friend of mine, a smart journalist, had his iPad stolen. He couldn’t help that – the thief broke into his house. But his private, personal data wasn’t stolen, exactly. Donated, more like. He had no passcode set on the iPad.
The United States, a signatory to the Chemical Weapons Convention, destroyed the last of its stocks of VX and other chemical agents on the Johnston Atoll, 825 miles southwest of Hawaii, in November 2000.
The funny thing is that Dick Cheney has done more than anybody in the White House for quite a long time to throw up roadblocks against future historians.
I don’t think Cheney started off in 2000 with a burning desire to become vice-president. I think the prospect gradually became more appealing, and he goosed the process.