Your car, your watch, and even your refrigerator are, or will be, talking with each other in the world of the internet of things where devices are all connected.
Everyone at the hearing pretty much agreed that there needs to be a valid paper trail for counting votes, so it appears that what was old is new again when it comes to counting votes.
NJ Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness Director Jared Maples discusses how the state keeps up with online threats and the importance of securing the state's election infrastructure.
Maples has served as acting director of NJOHSP since June 2017.
Menendez, a senior member of the Senate Banking Committee, will look to require companies to better protect customer data and hold accountable those who fail to safeguard that information.
Social security numbers, drivers' license numbers, birth dates and more were accessed during the Equifax security breach.
High schoolers learn how to defend against hackers at a cybersecurity summer camp.
Gov. Christie calls the state the region's economic powerhouse and calls out the media for under-reporting it. How can the nation bring both brilliance and diversity into our cybersecurity? We found a ...
The augmented reality-based game takes the basic premise of the Pokemon franchise -- catching little monster-like characters and training them to fight -- and brings it out into the real world.
Buying a gun? You'll undergo a background check. But there are ranges where you can rent a gun, no questions asked. And that's led to tragedy. When police fire their weapons, some lawmakers want ...
Junior Achievement of New Jersey trains high school students to teach financial literacy to their younger peers in elementary school.
Hackers use ransomware to lock websites, demand money and threaten to delete information.
Hackers are using ransomware to hold hostage the critical data of hospitals, colleges and municipalities. And many are paying the ransom they demand. But at what price? Judges are required to order ...
Apple says such software could be dangerous in the wrong hands.
Should the government get access to terrorists' iPhone data? And in so doing get access to all iPhone data? A major legal battle is brewing that pits the FBI against Apple with implications for the ...