Cybersecurity experts say the U.S. Congress and the courts need to clarify what private firms can and cannot do to protect themselves from computer hackers.
A former U.S. spymaster says Israel will need assistance from the United States to carry out and maintain attacks against Iran's nuclear facilities.
The jockeying for position in a Romney presidency is well under way. Dark horses and gray eminences are vying for position with the new neocons.
Iran's saber rattling is far from over as it scheduled new naval exercises near the Strait of Hormuz, a major choke point for the world's oil tankers.
Despite their prevalent, tech-savvy online presence, terrorist groups may not have demonstrated the ability to launch cyberattacks.
A Canadian study finds people with a family history of genetic disease are at risk of discrimination from insurance companies and even relatives and friends.
U.S. interrogators used waterboarding 183 times in a month on Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, who has said he planned the 2001 terror attack, federal records indicate.
U.S. President Barack Obama has compromised the nation's security by releasing four terror memos from the Bush administration, a former CIA chief said Sunday.
Departing CIA Director Michael Hayden defended harsh interrogation techniques some groups call torture, saying the methods produced results.
Security experts in Britain and the United States say President-elect Barack Obama must be aware of a looming terror threat from al-Qaida militants.