USDA Expands Mobile Efforts
Agency hopes to expand number of mobile users in the department from 15,000 to 100,000 with program that will support both government-issued and personal phones and tablets.
Feds Give Agencies More BYOD Advice
New guidelines lay the foundation for more federal agencies to begin allowing employees to bring their own iPhones, iPads, and Android devices to work.
The Case For A Cyber Arms Treaty
In the wake of Stuxnet, could an international 'cyber arms' agreement forestall U.S. cyber warfare with China and other countries?
Apple, Feds Ink E-Book Deal
Apple and the Government Printing Office strike deal to make hundreds of government documents and manuscripts available on iTunes in e-book format.
7 Facts About Geolocation Privacy
Recent ruling that upheld police remotely activating a phone's GPS tracking feature without a warrant highlights the legal gray area surrounding GPS data privacy.
Google Joins Copyright Police Force
Websites accused of copyright infringement, rightly or wrongly, may soon be harder to find. It is a bad idea, and Google should leave law enforcement to the police.
Here Come The Robot Worms
Inching around in labs today, the soft but hammer-proof "Meshworm" could someday slither down your throat.
Gauss Espionage Malware: 7 Key Facts
From targeting Lebanese banking customers to installing a font, security researchers seem to be unearthing as many questions as answers in their teardown of the surveillance malware.