WASHINGTON — The White House press briefing room was briefly evacuated due to a bomb threat Tuesday afternoon – a security scare that came on the heels of two suspicious package investigations that partially evacuated…
WASHINGTON — Rebooting a mobile device is often the solution for a balky smartphone or tablet, but security experts are concerned about a newly discovered Wi-Fi security bug that can cause an iPhone to reboot…
WASHINGTON — It’s an annual tradition for many families to spend their Easter Monday at the Smithsonian National Zoo, but recent violence has prompted increased security for the family day. On a beautiful spring day,…
Peanuts, Cracker Jacks and now metal detectors.
WASHINGTON (AP) — An Army veteran has been charged with threatening to shoot his wife and other people at the U.S. Capitol, where his wife works. Michael Bogoslavski, 33, was arrested Monday after he told…
Is your iPhone as secure as it can be? Most iPhone users aren\’t aware of simple steps they can take to protect their mobile devices from hackers.
A new type of credit card can deter card fraud.
A familiar ritual at the sales register will soon be going away, and the hope is the new routine will reduce fraud.
Target is offering a 10 percent discount this weekend and free credit-monitoring to try to win over shoppers scared by the massive credit- and debit-card breach announced Thursday. But some customers are not in the mood to be won over yet.
Metro says it has instituted action to maintain security after a set of its keys were stolen.
Howard University students will begin classes for the 2013 fall semester with new security measures in place, in light of two high-profile crimes reported on and near the campus over the summer months.
Enjoy being able to turn the lights on and off inside your home from your office or while sitting on the beach? Well the convenience of such high tech homes also comes with high security risks.
A marathon is supposed to end with smiles, maybe tears of joy and certainly
exhaustion. It is not supposed to end with carnage and blood on the streets. The horror that struck Boston
last week makes some of us wonder: Could it happen here, too?
More sophisticated hacking tools mean that
yesterday\’s complex password is today\’s cracked