Massive arc-fault failures caused 10 ‘meltdowns’ in 13 months in the NSA backup generator system; WSJ blames inadequate design.
Upgrades to Sorm digital surveillance system will allow FSB security agency to monitor all voice and Internet traffic, filter for individual key words.
More business from customers leery of NSA eavesdropping may drive SAP to build a second Australian datacenter.
The tech world’s wildest executive claims he’s building a $100 device that will create ultra-secure private networks.
Microsoft provided metadata in 77 percent of more than 37,000 law-enforcement requests for information, only 19 of which covered enterprise accounts.
The NSA’s massive Utah datacenter will go online in pieces as equipment is installed, regardless of official October open date.
Is anyone surprised? Anyone?
The specter of government surveillance led to the Website’s closure.
Computers aren’t tempted to leak about things that offend their ethical standards, says NSA chief.
Could all this government-surveillance news make companies more reluctant to embrace the cloud?