When Chinese President Xi Jinping addresses some of the top names in Chinese and American business Wednesday in Seattle, they may be most interested in what he says about progress toward a treaty that would provide a framework for broader investment in each nation's economy.
According to WJXT, the man was found beaten and left for dead outside of a Burger King in 2004 in Jacksonville, Florida. He had no memory of who he was.
Stolen data is a hot commodity in the Internet underground — but how much it goes for might be a surprise. While sensitive, stolen information used in identity theft can cause heartache for victims, for those who trade in this data, personal information can be sold at a pittance.
With image manipulation technology readily available to the general public, the number of “enhanced” images has dramatically increased. But before government analysts can evaluate the content of images and video uploaded to social media, it must be able to identify those that have been altered.
The authors studied a sample of 1,354 youths ages 14 to 17 -- mostly male -- who had been adjudicated or convicted of serious offenses including violent crimes, property crimes, weapons and sex crimes.
Chicago police trying to identify a dismembered toddler found in a lagoon earlier this month have collected DNA from the relatives of children who have gone missing.
Unmanned vehicles, “intelligent” buildings, your cell phone, the fitness bracelet on your wrist—all of these are cyber-physical systems (CPS). The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has released a draft CPS Framework document intended to help manufacturers create new CPS that can work seamlessly with other such smart systems that bridge the physical and computational worlds.
Professional social networking site LinkedIn has proven to be a valuable business tool, bringing together professionals from all over the world. But few corporations grasp the security risk injudicious use of LinkedIn represents.
Although Apple's closed development environment has largely succeeded in keeping the App Store relatively free of malicious Mac and iOS apps, Apple's borders have begun to show some weak spots. XcodeGhost, detailed by Palo Alto Networks, is the most recent example, and the most critical.
As long as hackers have sold their secret hacking techniques known as zero-day exploits to government spies, they’ve generally kept that trade in the shadows. Today it’s come into the spotlight with the biggest bounty ever publicly offered for a single such exploit: $1 million for a technique that can break into an iPhone or iPad running Apple’s freshly released iOS 9.
The office of South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley issued a statement Monday night saying preliminary autopsy results show all six members of the Westerhuis family died of shotgun wounds.
State law says biological evidence collected from crime suspects is to be returned or destroyed after acquittal. But samples stored by the Michigan State Police can be kept for months after a case is resolved, unless a court intervenes.
A rape kit was performed during her autopsy and semen found in her body led to the DNA profile of her attacker. On September 10, 2015, investigators were informed there was a hit with an offender in the database.
An American businesswoman accused of spying has been formally arrested in China shortly before President Xi Jinping’s trip to the United States, her husband and a family lawyer said on Tuesday, adding to the brew of disputes that have dulled expectations for the visit.
Apple Inc. has removed some applications from its App Store after developers in China were tricked into using software tools that added malicious code in an unusual security breach. The malicious code spread through a counterfeit version of Apple's Xcode tools used to create apps for its iPhones and iPads, according to the company.