Cyberterrorism

How the debate between privacy and security is evolving June 7, 2016 • Security, Top Stories Earlier this year, Apple was put in the hot seat when the FBI demanded it unlock an iPhone recovered from shooters during a terrorist attack in San Bernardino. Some of you may remember a time when national security was […]

The next American president will be tasked with deterring foreign government-sponsored cyber attacks against US citizens and companies. And under the current system, that task will be next to impossible. Cyber war is on the rise, from Russian cyber soldiers knocking out the power grid in Ukraine to Iranian hackers compromising American dams to Chinese […]

<!– –> Recent terrorist attacks in Brussels, Turkey and Paris, make for attention grabbing headlines. However, the truth is, violence and chaos are at all-time lows globally overall. Crime rates in the United States and in most other Western nations have nose-dived. Meanwhile, the standard of living for developing nations is improving.  Like Us on […]

Following widespread condemnation of North Korea’s satellite launch earlier in February and its alleged hydrogen bomb test in January, South Korean officials warned that Kim Jong Un asked his military officials and intelligence agents to boost preparations for launching terror attacks in South Korea, according to Yonhap. The report comes as Seoul is working with the […]

Following widespread condemnation of North Korea’s satellite launch earlier in February and its alleged hydrogen bomb test in January, South Korean officials warned that Kim Jong Un asked his military officials and intelligence agents to boost preparations for launching terror attacks in South Korea, according to Yonhap. The report comes as Seoul is working with the […]

The free pass the Bush administration gave the Saudis for 9/11 remains a national scandal. (Photo: YourNewsWire.com) The sheer volume of crimes that the George W. Bush administration committed will keep historians busy chronicling them for decade. Among them were: 1. Hiding the role that Saudi officials in not only Saudi Arabia, but the United […]

Every day, millions of people go online and surf the web. It has become part of our everyday routine, a routine many cannot recall living without. Whether we are researching information for work, for school, or shopping for a new car, the internet has become the number one resource for accessing information and connecting to […]

White House / AP BY: Adam Kredo Follow @Kredo0 May 31, 2016 5:00 am The White House has been unable to detect a single cyber security threat more than six months after issuing a “national emergency” to deal with what the administration identified as growing and immediate danger, according to a new government report. Six […]