Barack Obama knows what it's like to be violated online, a victim of hackers.
In his speech Friday outlining his administration's cybersecurity policy, the president said he knows how it feels to have his privacy violated because it has happened to him.
As President Obama announced his plan to secure government information systems, sides are being drawn among those who feel there should be a strong presence in the White House to guide cybersecurity policy and those who think such a post is unwarranted.
Cloud computing is a nebulous concept. It means one thing to one person and something else to another.
A team of computer scientists at the National Association of Standards and Technology (NIST) has come up with a working albeit long definition of cloud computing: "a pay-per-use model for enabling available,...
She did a Geithner.
In making her first public appearance since delivering her long-awaited cybersecurity review to President Obama last week, Melissa Hathaway took to the stage at the RSA Conference in San Francisco on Wednesday. And she did exactly what Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner was criticized for when...