Tom Buchanan never really said what happened back in the 1940s when he was shot — but whatever it was, it finally killed him.
The New Jersey Regional Operations and Intelligence Center (ROIC), working in collaboration with New Jersey Department of Health and law enforcement agencies in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and New York through the Drug Monitoring Initiative, has identified three highly lethal brands of drugs identified by unique stamps, which are responsible for six recent overdose deaths in the region.
Federal agencies are big users of antivirus software, and regardless of their technical competence, government security professionals still find themselves victims of malware. Unfortunately, simply installing antivirus technology does not protect today’s endpoints.
No matter if you work for a government contractor or a top legal firm, there's a good chance your company's computers are infected with malicious software. That's a conclusion reached by FireEye.
A new judicial order in the Silk Road drug trafficking case has dealt a harsh blow to suspect Ross Ulbricht's defense — less than a week before his criminal trial is scheduled to begin.
If you’re sitting in a coffee shop, tapping away on your laptop, feeling safe from hackers because you didn’t connect to the shop’s wifi, think again. The bad guys may be able to see what you’re doing just by analyzing the low-power electronic signals your laptop emits even when it’s not connected to the Internet.
The DNA Advocacy Project will investigate and evaluate potential cases of wrongful conviction in Arizona where DNA testing might show actual innocence, and bring appropriate cases forward for DNA testing. This unique partnership will for the first time provide coverage of the vast majority of Arizona.
NEC Corporation of America has announced that its Integra-ID 5 was selected by the Cal-ID units of San Bernardino and Riverside Counties (SB/RV), California, to upgrade and modernize the existing identification, biometrics and forensics capabilities of the two counties.
Jason Williford was in Nash Correctional Institution serving a life sentence for the murder and rape of former North Carolina school board member Kathy Taft on Tuesday, when debate was revived about the collection of DNA evidence used at his trial.
A bomb squad found containers of frozen urine in the vehicle of man who police say lunged at an airport officer with a knife and was fatally shot, said a police union official.
None of the tens of thousands of defendants convicted of drug crimes after a chemist in a Massachusetts lab tampered with evidence should be convicted of a harsher sentence if they seek a new trial, the American Civil Liberties Union argued Thursday.
Ukraine's prime minister blamed Russian intelligence on Thursday for a hacker attack against German government websites, for which a pro-Russian group claimed responsibility.
FBI director James Comey has tried to shed some light on his agency’s claims that North Korea was behind the Guardians of Peace cyber attacks that tore apart Sony Pictures in November and forced the cancellation of The Interview. But, according to security experts, it’s unlikely that his fresh assertions that the hackers were sloppy and leaked data that led back to North Korea will stand up to scrutiny.
Guilty or innocent? To help them decide, judges and juries are often presented with reams of evidence: crime scene photos, medical documents or suspected bullet trajectories — all on paper. But could allowing people to watch the crime unfold from the comfort of the courtroom lead to more informed judgments?
French authorities continue to investigate the January 7 attack in Paris that claimed the lives of a dozen, including journalists and police officers. As they do so, experts with digital forensics and other information security skills will be crucial for continuing to advance the investigation.