Two sets of massive cyber attacks downed many popular websites on the East Coast Friday morning.
Syria’s government-affiliated telecommunications company announced Tuesday that 60 percent of the country’s Internet will be down for ten days beginning Wednesday. Syrian Telecom attributed the outage to “submarine cable repairs” on international service lines.
The U.S. government did not conduct a sufficient analysis of the consequences of giving up control of the corporation responsible for assigning web addresses, increasing the risk that foreign governments will eventually gain control of the Internet, according to documents obtained by the group Americans for Limited Government.
U.S. government organizations have the worst ranking cybersecurity protections when compared against more than a dozen private industries, including construction, food, and hospitality, according to a report released Thursday.
The problem with the Age of Search, as opposed to the old Age of Libraries, is that you can no longer find what you weren’t looking for.
News website Opportunity Lives today debuted a new feature dubbed the “Solutions Center,” an interactive policy hub for concerned Americans looking for specifics in the fight to resolve some of our nation’s biggest problems.
The U.S. government is losing the propaganda war to Islamic State terrorists who are recruiting jihadists and inspiring more lone-wolf attacks, according to a report by a crowd-sourced global consulting group.
More than a year after the federal government issued an emergency contract and deadline to fix Healthcare.gov, the back-end of the website is still not finished.
FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai is out with a new message to fight net neutrality: “If you like your wireless plan, you should be able to keep it.”