Not all of the drone aircraft deployed by militaries are actually large flying machines. Case in point? The uber-mini Black Hornet, manufactured by Prox Dynamics, which is slightly reminiscent a military-style MeCam.
Following last week's hack, Twitter appears to be planning to make logins more secure by introducing two-factor authentication.
Researchers have apparently discovered a security flaw in the DVR systems used by several CCTV video camera manufacturers.
Twitter has positively identified "unauthorized" attempts to access user data, discovering at least one live attack and shutting down the process moments later.
The New York Times has revealed that it's been repeatedly hit by Chinese hackers over the last four months, possibly in retaliation for an investigation into the family of the Chinese prime minister.
The US Department of Defense (DoD) says it may begin ground-based tests of laser weapons mounted on fighter jets and even drones by 2014.
The WhatsApp mobile messaging service is still breaching privacy laws, an investigation by the Dutch and Canadian provacy watchdogs has concluded.
Although Google has made security one of the core tenets of Chrome, it freely admits that that no software is perfect, as security bugs have been known to "slip" through even the most thorough review process.
The grammar you use - good or bad - when constructing a password can be enough to help someone crack it, say researchers at Carnegie Mellon University.
The United States Air Force (USAF) recently completed testing of new pod that acts like a flying wireless router for ground troops.
The federal government of the United States has been urging businesses to report cyber attacks on their computer networks for years now.
One of the most critical aspects of the US military's fleet of submarines is the ability to operate in almost total silence.
Two researchers in Japan have designed what just may be the world's ugliest pair of glasses to prevent facial recognition software from accurately identifying the wearer.
The Transportation Security Administration has given up and announced that it will no longer be using some controversial body scanners at US airports, as software developers have been unable to make the images any less revealing.
A US power plant was recently hit by a virus thanks to an infected USB stick, a report from the Department of Homeland Security has revealed.
Researchers at Russian cybersecurity from Kaspersky Labs say they've uncovered a massive cyber-espionage ring, dubbed Operation Red October, that's been operating since 2007.
Oracle has moved quickly to release a patch for a major security flaw in Java, after the Department of Homeland Security advised users to disable or remove the software.
The wave of cyberattacks that hit US banks in September was the work of Iran, according to a US government official.
Columbia University engineers have discovered a major vulnerability in many VoIP phones - used widely around the world by governments, banks and major corporations.
Google is warning that users are at risk of phishing attacks after Turkish Certificate Authority TurkTrust mistakenly issued the wrong type of certificate to two organizations.