A recent court decision in India could provide some guidelines, but every solution should be based on an individual country's needs, demographics, and history.
Security forces respond to a stabbing attack that took place at the Adam settlement.
After the attack on Sunday night, decision-makers on the Strip will need to consider what new policies they must implement to keep visitors safe.
The gaps in data damage efforts to understand the nature and scope of violence driven by racial and religious hatred.
A data scientist’s experiment reveals surprising information about interconnected smart devices.
The NYPD has a secretive program that uses unmarked vans with X-ray machines designed to detect bombs. ProPublica tried to find out more about it, but the NYPD refused to answer for three years. Now, a judge has stepped in.
The private security industry is exploding, but regulations and training aren’t keeping up.
An amendment proposed by the House would remove the requirement that the National Institute of Standards and Technology consult with the NSA on encryption standards.
Here are some techniques that anybody can use to protect their privacy online.
One lesson of the Heartbleed bug is that our government is paying to undermine Internet security, not to fix it.
On “inattentional blindness” in security guards, and what to do about it.
Critics, including some who’ve worked on enforcing arms export laws, say the changes could undermine efforts to prevent arms smuggling to Iran and others.
People under 40, or those who were socialized into politics after the 9/11 attacks, may enjoy sharing intimate details about their lives online, but that doesn't mean they answer to Big Brother. Challenging traditional wisdom, it's this age group that is least willing to sacrifice individual privacy in the name of security.