Much of the technology used to identify and manage misinformation is powered by artificial intelligence. Although AI helps people detect misinformation, it has ironically also been used to produce misinformation in recent years.
How can a single company bring down a noticeable proportion of the internet?
The U.S. Department of Justice has recovered the majority of the ransom paid to the hackers who caused a major shutdown of a Georgia-based gas pipeline.
Whether you're a fourth grader who needs to find out how volcanoes erupt or you're an adult looking for more information regarding a news article, you might want to quickly look something up on the internet. What could go wrong?
What is zero-trust security? And, if trust is bad for cybersecurity, why do most organizations in government and the private sector do it?
The ransomware attack on Colonial Pipeline on May 7, 2021, exemplifies the huge challenges the U.S. faces in shoring up its cyber defenses.
Facebook announced Wednesday that the social media company would keep in place its suspension on former President Donald Trump's Facebook and Instagram accounts.
If you hear "This call is being recorded for training and quality control," it isn't just the customer service representative they're monitoring.
The FBI has the authority right now to access privately owned computers without their owners' knowledge or consent, and to delete software. It's part of a government effort to contain the continuing attacks on corporate networks.
Campaign strategists have named U.S. Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., as one of the leading presidential contenders for 2024, but right now the senator has taken on a controversial and ambitious goal: regulating Big Tech.