The Trump administration is sending top national security officials to brief Congress on escalating tensions with Iran, agreeing to multiple meetings intended to head off growing frustration with the president and his senior advisers.
The Cybersecurity 202: U.S. and Europe’s Divergent Attitudes on Huawei Could Damage Alliance, Officials Warn
The U.S. thinks Huawei is a major threat to global security, but European allies aren't convinced. These divergent attitudes, senior military leaders and lawmakers warn, could damage their alliance—and collective security—over the long term.
Overhead police snipers, officer strike teams and K-9 units will ensure that the revelers for the New Year's Eve celebration in Las Vegas are protected.
The era of open procurements across a globalized technology industry has made it frighteningly straightforward for a determined and organized state machine to extend its collection network. And China certainly has that.
President Donald Trump announced that he was replacing his national security adviser, Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster, with the hawkish John Bolton.
Intelligence threats today are multifaceted and complex. To better comprehend, pinpoint and cope with the security threats facing modern society, advanced knowledge is a useful asset to intelligence professionals.
U.S. Defense Secretary Ashton Carter said on Wednesday that a naval facility in Rhode Island is doing what the entire Defense Department should do: develop technology more quickly.
The head of the Transportation Security Administration said Wednesday the beleaguered agency will add 768 new screeners by mid-June to deal with increasingly long airport security lines.
Jury selection started Monday in the federal trial for three Minnesota men accused of plotting to travel to Syria to join the Islamic State group.