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National Institute of Standards and Technology, Department of Homeland Security and Congress address the cyber (in)security of the Internet of Things
McConnell Looks to Take on Cybersecurity Bill Next Week
If it comes up, senators will have little time to debate the measure, with recess around the corner.
By Kaveh Waddell
The Release of Ashley Madison Users’ Info Is More Than Just Embarrassing—It’s a Security Threat
Hackers and criminals can use the basic identifying information from the breach of the adultery website to access other systems.
Sony to Release ‘The Interview’ Online and in Theaters
The film will be available to stream on Wednesday, and a “number of theaters” will be allowed to show the controversial comedy on Thursday, Sony announced.
By Dustin Volz
Why the U.S. Government Is Extra Worried About the Huge Internet Explorer Bug
By Brian Resnick
Americans’ Worries About Internet Privacy Go Beyond NSA Surveillance
The average citizen has other fish to fry when it comes to living on the Web.
By Marina Koren
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