Law Enforcement Needs the Tools to Fight Domestic Drone Dangers
Without explicit authorization, use of most technologies to detect and mitigate drones is illegal in the United States.
Prince Harry follows Meghan Markle's path in tabloid lawsuit
Harry's lawyers have asked for a "summary judgment" in their libel lawsuit against the "Mail on Sunday," echoing Meghan's letter lawsuit she won in 2021.
Strengthening Israel's Security for All
Many abroad don't understand how far Israelis' personal security situation has deteriorated in recent years.
Prince Harry, Meghan Markle decision over coronation travel "toughest" yet
Harry and Meghan's decision on whether to attend the king's coronation is likely to involve more serious factors than simply sparing family blushes.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attending Coronation would show "maturity"
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are at the center of a new royal rift after King Charles asked them to leave their U.K. home months before the Coronation.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry face fresh security nightmare
If Harry and Meghan lose their Windsor home, it will strip them of their last remaining guaranteed police protection in the U.K.
Prince Harry, Meghan Markle losing U.K. home would have major implications
Harry and Meghan may be forced to move out of Frogmore Cottage months before King Charles III's coronation, according to unconfirmed reports.
Prince Harry's police security lawsuit could become a costly error
Harry is unlikely to win a lawsuit against the British government and may be left paying costs, which already stand at $360,000 and counting.
Defending the 2024 Election Starts Now. Here's How
As we begin new terms as secretaries of state, our primary focus must be on making sure that the next election—Nov. 5, 2024—is safe, secure, and trusted.
Master the Balancing Act of Online Security and User Experience
In today's digital world, balancing fraud and security without sacrificing customer experience is a challenge.
China speaks out about Montana spy balloon
The Chinese foreign ministry said it is "assessing the situation" and that "both sides are calm and cautious."
Joe Rogan shocked Paul Pelosi had "no security, no gun" at time of attack
Joe Rogan discussed the break-in at Nancy Pelosi's house with his latest podcast guest, Lex Fridman.
Moment Princess Diana was rushed by obsessive fan goes viral
Video footage from a 1989 engagement when a crazed fan came within striking distance of Princess Diana has gone viral on TikTok
How a Disconnect in Leadership Is Threatening Businesses in 2023
Generating internal and external alignment on any topic starts with leadership buy-in.
How Prince Harry's swipe at media over Afghan kills compares to reporting
Prince Harry said media lies put his family's security at risk, but did not engage with the Taliban's own statement.
Watch alpacas warn guard dogs of coyotes stalking them on California farm
As mating season approaches, the coyotes are becoming even more bold and adventurous.
Tabloid journalist in Prince Harry lawsuit nominated for press award
The Mail on Sunday's assistant editor is in the running for three awards—though the news may make grim reading for both King Charles III and Prince Harry.
Meghan Markle breaks down in tears over death threat: "Are my babies safe?"
"You are making people want to kill me. It's not just a tabloid. It's not just some story. You are making me scared," Meghan Markle said on her Netflix show.
Prince Harry ramps up U.K. tabloid lawsuit as Netflix doc slams media
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle told their Netflix show about media harassment as the duke moved for a quick, emphatic victory over a tabloid rival.
Aid to Ukraine Helps an Ally, Hurts an Enemy—at a Bargain Price
Let's start with the main perceived threat—Russian's military mobilization, use of the latest weapons, and the Kremlin's conversion of its entire economy to a wartime footing.
Brittney Griner swap may be sign Russia's worried about secrets leaking
Security experts told Newsweek that the prisoner swap signals that the U.S. and Russia is returning to Cold War-era patterns.
Real ID deadline extension leads to jokes about flying cars, Mars mission
The Department of Homeland Security said Monday that the deadline for REAL ID enforcement is now May 7, 2025.
Tech Sector Chaos Risks Serious Cyber Attacks
An effective cybersecurity culture requires aware and diligent personnel who are trained to recognize risks and established processes to ensure that breaches are effectively managed when they happen, with up-to-date and well-implemented technology solutions.
Russia banned from Munich Security Conference, won't be given "platform"
"We will not give them a platform for their propaganda," said Christoph Heusgen, conference chairman.
How to deter "porch pirates" this Black Friday
"Package theft can have a significant impact on people and is more than just a nuisance or minor inconvenience," SimpliSafe's Brenda Bynarowicz told Newsweek.
Nancy Pelosi could lose security months after husband's attack
After leaving leadership, Nancy Pelosi could potentially lose her full-time security detail as well.
Is China really one of the world's safest countries?
A Chinese public security official made the claim at a press conference this week.
Neighbor dragged for demanding woman remove video doorbell: "Spying on me"
"Just think of it as extra security that you don't have to pay for," said one reply on the viral Reddit post.
Tourist catches hotel staff's "alarming" behavior on hidden camera
"Here, you can see the housekeeping staff help himself to a beer from our fridge," said Arturo Brunello's voiceover.
Harry has become "key player" in "fight for privacy," latest lawsuit shows
Prominent media lawyer Will Charlesworth told Newsweek how Harry's latest lawsuit shows his desire to "hold the press to account" for their actions.