As the Middle East country beefs up its cyberforces, Mojtaba Ahmadi, the head of its Cyber War Headquarters, is said to be found with two bullet wounds near his heart.
After three years on the job, the Web giant's first-ever director of privacy steps down.
Philip Reitinger is hired for the new post of chief information security officer, coming off stints with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and Microsoft.
Neelie Kroes tweeted that she's happy to see SOPA losing support, saying that governments should be "safeguarding benefits of open net."
Erick Tseng of Facebook teases Mobilize audience with promises of "new paradigm" for smartphone and tablet product.
But in Capitol Hill testimony on Wednesday, Victoria Espinel fails to provide enough details for some lawmakers on how she plans to get the job done.
OK, it's the computing world's biggest buzzword, so maybe that's why the world's biggest tech company is putting all its cloud-computing initiatives under one person's authority.
Alma Whitten is Google's new director of privacy, and she has a tough task ahead of her enforcing new privacy rules inside Google and defending it in public.
Three years after Sony was caught loading rookits onto CDs, the company is now spying on children. Didn't execs think someone might get mad?
Google's CEO, who campaigned for the president-elect and is on his economic transition team, takes himself out of the running to be the United States' first chief technology officer.