Sound waves can be hacked for everything from ad targeting to bioterrorism. But the first step is understanding that the risks exist.
A pilot program to test the use of facial recognition in and around 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. should prompt everyone to start paying attention.
Do you ever feel like someone’s snooping into your life? It’s possible that your smartphone camera was hacked and used without your permission.
Getting ready for a new world: There are two critical issues that will affect security over the next 20 years, artificial intelligence and bio-engineering.
Los Angeles' subway will become the first mass transit system in the U.S. to install body scanners that screen passengers for weapons and explosives.
The Pentagon has ordered retail stores on its bases around the world to cease selling all smartphones and devices made by two Chinese companies, citing security concerns.
In this podcast, Dr. John Dolan explains the current education gap within the intelligence fields - and how valuable a professional doctorate is in today's competitive world.
Residents of five states may be barred from boarding a commercial flight using a driver's license soon because of their states' refusal to comply with national proof-of-identity requirements.
More than 1 in 5 Americans will cancel their summer travel plans or find other means because of long airport lines, according to a recent study. Here's some helpful tips.