Government Computers Top Target for Cyberattacks
Cyberattacks have been on the rise this year and government agencies are being targeted more than any other business sector. How vulnerable does that make the government?
Security Professionals Torn Between Protection and Intrusion
Facility security executives are walking a fine line between protecting a building's occupants and trying to ensure security isn't intrusive to a company's day-to-day operations.
FEMA Making Changes to Hurricane Aid
FEMA is taking steps to improve its process of handing out hurricane aid after harsh criticism for some of its moves after last year's hurricane season. Will the new process work?
Government Not Releasing Anti-Terror Data to "Shadow" Panel
The disbanded 9/11 committee says the government won't give up any information on how it is protecting us. Should the government assist this unofficial investigation?
Irish IT Managers Worried About Security
IT security managers in Ireland are losing sleep over security at their companies, mostly worrying about how to handle virus attacks. Do we share their security concerns?
Chertoff Says Secure Ports a Priority
Keeping our ports safe and continuing to operate efficiently is a top priority of homeland security, DHS Secretary Michael Chertoff has said after touring ports on the East Coast.