In a speech, President George W. Bush touts his administration's record on clean tech, saying that we are entering "a new era."
Internal Homeland Security document indicates a program to predict criminal intent is being tested on members of the public, raising questions about whether it's a bit too close to a real-life Minority Report.
Obama administration blinks and extends Real ID deadline to January 2013, after dozens of states protest the requirements of the controversial law.
Industry players are teaming up to lower the cost, complexity, and integration effort needed for data-centric security.
In this week's Security Bites podcast, Kris Lovejoy of IBM talks with Robert Vamosi about security challenges facing enterprises in the next couple of years.
CNET asks a host of security experts which of the major operating-system platforms is more secure for consumers. Here's what they have to say.
The Conficker worm is more than just an exploit of a flaw in Microsoft software. It's a lesson that technology, processes, and user behavior need to improve.
The recession might slow innovation and business in many sectors, but information security will continue to be a dominant priority for tech companies in 2009.
James Jones, incoming national security adviser, is a retired general who advocates for a diverse energy supply and clean-energy technologies in the name of national security.