Prosecutors have agreed to retry a man who was sentenced to life in prison for a 1991 Charlotte rape but whose case was later shown to involve flawed testimony by an elite FBI forensic unit.
In the early 1990s, when serial killer and sex criminal Karla Homolka received a mere 12-year prison sentence for the kidnapping, torture, rape, and murder of three teenage girls (including her own younger sister), her plea to guilt of manslaughter was instantly dubbed "the deal with the devil."
Since late 1999 scientists used a common formula to determine the likelihood that someone on trial would have the same genetic makeup as someone else and the FBI has flagged what it calls minor discrepancies.
The Internet of Things and corporate supply chains could increase cybersecurity risks, says AT&T. The Internet of Things refers to wireless technology that connects industrial, medical, automotive and consumer devices to the Web.
Security failures are often viewed as a way of life by the public, but they don't have to be. If companies won't lock up their own henhouses from the fox, it's time to take a proactive role in creating reasons for building better security systems.
In recognizing that bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are increasingly being accepted at the government level as well as at businesses, the agency cited that its’ popularity has grown among cyber criminals.
When President Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping discussed cyberweaponry rules of the road at their recent White House news conference, it represented a landmark for a new field.
A community college in Oregon was the site of the nation’s latest mass shooting this morning, with reports of seven to 10 dead and 20 or more wounded.
A German woman who vanished 31 years ago and had been registered as dead after a man confessed to her murder, has been found alive and well and living in Düsseldorf, Germany.
A U.S. Government Accountability Office report released Tuesday revealed that federal agencies are struggling to implement effective cybersecurity measures and policies, a notion that will surprise few.
The change from credit cards that you swipe to chip-enabled ones that you dip is expected to accelerate as an Oct. 1 deadline approaches that will make merchants liable for fraudulent charges if they don't accept the more secure chip cards.
Russia-linked hackers tried at least five times in August 2011 to trick Hillary Rodham Clinton into infecting her computer systems while she was secretary of state, according to newly released emails from the State Department.
The Justice Department is set to argue Wednesday before a federal appeals court that it may prosecute people for crimes based on evidence obtained from their computers—evidence that was outside the scope of an original probable-cause search warrant.
Over its three year history, Ulbricht hired a small staff of forum moderators and market administrators to help keep the cogs of a multi-million dollar business moving—many of whom have now been apprehended by the authorities.
The potent and deadly synthetic opiate fentanyl, the culprit in the deaths of hundreds last year, is becoming more prevalent with the latest test results for the drug at state crime labs spiking.