Did Chinese Hackers Hit NY Times?
Some evidence suggests Chinese involvement in recent attack on The New York Times. Meanwhile, Symantec goes into damage-control mode over failure to block hackers.
Federal Gun Control Requires IT Overhaul
White House plan will work only if the IT systems and databases used for background checks and gun tracing get the improvements needed to support stepped-up oversight.
DARPA: Your Tech Will Self-Destruct
Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency seeks a new class of electronic devices that can dissolve on command as a way of staying out of enemy hands.
U.K. Government CIOs Unhappy With ERP
More than 60% IT decision makers in British local government feel their electronic resource planning (ERP) investments haven't delivered, says poll.
China Accused Of Java, IE Zero Day Attacks
Human rights groups have been victims of "watering hole" attacks using recently discovered -- and patched -- flaws in Java and Internet Explorer, security researcher says.
Telehealth To Grow Six-Fold By 2017
Remote patient monitoring will ramp up worldwide, largely driven by U.S hospitals working to reduce readmissions and avoid Medicare penalties, says InMedica study.
Anonymous Says DDoS Attacks Like Free Speech
Hacktivist collective Anonymous petitions the White House to make DDoS attacks part of First Amendment protections. Shutdown attacks are akin to Occupy protests, group argues.