'Our military is not a threat,' Rep. Michael McCaul told reporters at a Monitor-hosted breakfast, seeking to allay concerns over upcoming military training exercises.
Senate review of an Iran deal will focus on inclusion of tools to take action if the Iranian's cheat, because 'we don't trust them,' Sen. Ben Cardin (D) of Maryland told reporters at a Monitor-hosted breakfast Wednesday.
Rep. Adam Schiff, ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee, on Tuesday assessed the vulnerabilities of US civilian aviation.
Former National Security Agency Director Keith Alexander and law professor Geoffrey Stone say it's time for Congress to put politics aside and act quickly to reform surveillance laws in order to protect American privacy and maintain an intelligence edge.
The discovery of computer bugs can be marketing boons for cybersecurity firms. But one critic says the industry should take a page from the health profession and select names for flaws that aren't designed to stoke fear or generate buzz.
Germany is embroiled in a spying controversy that is causing political upheaval and sparking a national debate about surveillance.
The two-foot-square prototype machine looks and functions like an ATM, but dispenses water instead of cash. Users are issued a card they use to claim a daily amount of water.
One answer to California’s severe water shortage may be groundwater banking, in which municipalities, farmers, and other water users store water in aquifers for later use.
The founder of the Nepal Youth Foundation, profiled in a 2013 Monitor article, was preparing for a birthday party when the earthquake hit. Now she's back in the US raising funds to aid Nepal.