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Change has finally arrived in the United States of America, marking the dawn of a new era. The US Presidential campaign has shown the world how governments can leverage Web 2.0 to better understand and garner support from their citizens. However, this historically significant time is yet another opp...

According to Worldwide Net, the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department network was shutdown from January 22-24 due to a computer virus. Department officials thought the possibility of a hacker attack were minimal and that the infection was more than likely introduced by a thumb drive. [Dark Visitor]...

After November’s terrorist attacks in Mumbai, blame was flying thick and fast and some of it landed on Google Maps. That was embarassing, but now the understandably jumpy residents are worrying about a new threat: open wi-fi networks. When it was revealed that terrorists had hacked a tourist’s c...

The most recent issue of MIT’s Technology Review raises a point that has been discussed by many senior executives in the authentication industry. Despite all of the hype and publicity, just how secure are the new Radio Frequency Identity chips that are supposed to be safeguarding, not only car...