Kim Jong-un's regime gave South Korea 48 hours to stop broadcasting anti-North loudspeaker messages across the demilitarized zone.
North Korea warned Seoul that it would take 'military action' if the South did not halt its anti-Pyongyang propaganda broadcasts by 5 p.m. Saturday.
Even though the Obama administration has been pushing for more information sharing between Washington and tech companies about digital threats, the government is excluded from Facebook's cybersecurity project.
On The Cybersecurity Podcast, Passcode's Sara Sorcher and New America's Peter Singer interview leading privacy and Internet scholar Peter Swire and Palo Alto Networks' Chief Security Officer Rick Howard.
Legend says the train went missing in May 1945 while transporting millions of dollars worth of stolen goods to Nazi headquarters.
North and South Korea exchanged artillery fire in its first major armed clash in five years Thursday, leading officials in Seoul to convene an emergency meeting.
An analysis of the leaked Ashley Madison data trove reveals thousands of military and government e-mail addresses along with individuals' security questions and answers used to protect passwords.
A militant group based in the Sinai that has sworn allegiance to the Islamic State said the attack was retaliation for Egypt's execution of six of its members.
Saudi politics is set to shift as women are allowed to vote and run for office in the conservative Muslim kingdom.