Secusmart and BlackBerry show off technology that lets a secure phone be used for personal tasks, too, with minimum hassle. The German government is a fan.
While working as paid consultants for the video-game maker's new shooting game Medal of Honor: Warfighter, seven soldiers disclose military secrets and are now being punished, according to a report.
Rumblings suggest the social network is considering a new classified-ad service for jobs, apartments and item sales. Of course, Facebook's last foray in this direction didn't end well.
The UK Cabinet Office says solar flares are one of the top threats to normal life, rating them alongside the likes of terrorism and floods.
Wikileaks editor Julian Assange tells the TED Global conference that if he had received sensitive U.S. diplomatic cables, he would have not hesitated to publish them.
Army intelligence analyst faces criminal charges connected to leaks of thousands of diplomatic cables and a video showing U.S. troops firing on a Reuters reporter.
Weeks after President Obama said his administration would be open and transparent, it claims that a copyright treaty under consideration is "classified in the interest of national security."
Michael Chertoff tells politicians that protecting the nation's computer systems is top priority, but he's mum on details, including whether China has ever attempted hacks on his department.
Retail giant is mounting a direct challenge to Craigslist with a beta of a free classifieds service, powered by start-up Oodle.com.
Auctioneer owns minority stake in Craigslist but that won't stop it from competing with Web's No.1 classified Web site.