Security

As a military man, Major General Donald Dunbar knows that no battle plan, no matter how sound, survives an encounter with the enemy. It’s a fog-of-war principle that argues not against planning but for the ability to make adjustments on the fly. The same applies to...

A cyberattack taking down the nation's power grid could leave Americans scrambling to survive without electricity, potable water or working sewage systems, the commander of the Wisconsin National Guard warned, unless "gaps and seams" are filled in to mitigate the risk of catastrophe. Maj. Gen....

Google, Amazon, Facebook, Microsoft and a parade of other technology companies filed a barrage of court briefs on Thursday, aiming to puncture the United States government’s legal arguments against Apple in a case that will test the limits of the authorities’ access to personal data. The...

While most top IT executives at companies of all sizes continue to express concern about the security of data in the cloud, that hasn't slowed their move to embrace this new infrastructure as a home for corporate data. A new survey and report reveal their...

To understand what’s at stake in the battle between Apple and the F.B.I. over cracking open a terrorist’s smartphone, it helps to be able to predict the future of the tech industry. For that, here’s one bet you’ll never lose money on: Digital technology always grows...

What does it mean to be a good corporate citizen? That’s one of the questions being tested as Apple and the federal government battle over whether Apple should help the Federal Bureau of Investigation unlock an iPhone to gain access to encrypted data that officials say...