DOD Aims To Improve Info Sharing
Defense Department plans to use semantic Web principles to improve how data is shared, analyzed, and reported across myriad systems.
NASA Launches Mobile Apps Store
Agency employees and contractors can download apps for smartphones to access internal information, although choices are thin to start.
AT&T Desperate To Save T-Mobile Bid
AT&T appears to be willing to do anything to salvage its plan to acquire T-Mobile USA, despite the roadblocks being thrown in its way by the government.
NASA's Next Mission: Deep Space
NASA's Mars Science Lab and Curiosity rover are the next steps in a long-term plan to travel farther and faster into space. Check out this visual tour of the future spacecrafts and tools that will get them there.
Medicare Delays HIPAA 5010 Enforcement
Doctor offices and hospitals will now have until the end of March to get up to speed with new electronic transaction set for processing insurance claims.
Next DIY Stuxnet Attack Should Worry Utilities
The recent water system hack in Illinois points to the dangers of insecure, Internet-connected industrial control systems. Environments like this can't ignore known security weaknesses anymore.
Computer Crime Year In Review by Jennifer Granick
EFF's Civil Liberties Director, Jennifer Granick's Black Hat talk: Computer Crime Year in Review - MySpace, MBTA, Boston College and more. Granick discusses some special cases and the the application of legal statutes for them.
Romanian Accused Of NASA Hacks
A 26-year-old Romanian man stands accused of hacking into NASA servers, modifying data, and restricting access to them last December.
7 Facts On Duqu Malware Attacks
Research into Duqu malware finds a component compiled in 2007, but identified successful attacks that occurred as recent as April 2011.