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A leading federal watchdog agency has admonished the Department of Homeland Security for its lack of election security preparation, with the 2020 presidential primary season already underway.
Trudeau's two-day visit coincides with Barbados playing host to a gathering of leaders from across what is known as the Caribbean Community, or Caricom.
Apple’s Secure Enclave set a precedent in smartphone security that has so far been followed by many Android brands.
A new government watchdog report says the Department of Homeland Security's cybersecurity agency is "not well-positioned" to safeguard the nation's election systems ahead of the 2020 cycle.
Trudeau's Africa tour is partly about drumming up votes from leaders across the continent for Canada's campaign for a Security Council seat.
While Facebook stands firm on its decision not to ban false political ads, Google is moving in the other direction. After banning political ad targeting last year, the company has announced new plans to help tighten security within campaigns. In part
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The United Nations Security Council will meet on Thursday to discuss the current situation in the Syrian city of Idlib, a Security Council source said on Wednesday.
Security researchers believe hackers likely exploited a series of bugs Apple had overlooked in its iOS, letting them make their was through all the layers of the 'phone's considerable defenses'.
"These advisers and this process are meant to help the president make decisions; not to put him in a straitjacket that allows the bureaucracy to hold the president’s policies hostage."