President Trump will impose new tariffs on $300 billion of Chinese-made products Sept. 1, which will likely include the iPhone.
Under a new policy, tweets from politicians that break Twitter’s content guidelines will be harder to see.
At Build 2019, Microsoft unveiled a new software development kit designed to make voting more secure and accessible for elections.
U.S. voting machines and electoral systems are still vulnerable to attack, said an expert, but they're slowly getting better.
Anyone concerned about the security of American voting machines should volunteer at a polling place, experts said at a security conference.
The U.S. needs a 'digital Manhattan Project' to stop cyberattacks from enemy nations, an ex-general and a former head of the CIA said.
The NSA didn't know about the Meltdown and Spectre computer-security flaws, the agency's former top hacker said in New York today.
Your next smartphone, laptop or game console could get a lot more expensive, depending on how President Donald J. Trump deals with trade policy.
Russian cyberattacks on American political groups were clumsy, but their success means we'll see more such attacks in the future.
Despite what you may be reading online, there's no evidence the 2016 U.S. presidential election was stolen by hacked voting machines.
President Obama directed the FBI, DHS and a little-known intelligence agency to lead the response to cyberattacks against the U.S.
While it might be tempting to throw a Trump tantrum or rant about Benghazi on Facebook and Twitter, it could prevent you from being hired — or even get you canned.
The FBI didn't tell the public that its facial-recognition tool processes not only mug shots, but images from driver's licenses and passports.
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