Researchers Find ‘eFail’ Threat to Email Privacy
Vulnerabilities in the popular PGP and S/MIME email encryption standards could expose plaintext versions of messages to attackers.
Encryption Isn’t Enough: Tackling Cyber-Regulations
New regulations in New York tie cybersecurity to access control, acceptable usage policy, and data retention.
WhatsApp Strengthens Privacy Wall for Users
With full end-to-end encryption, the instant message service has firmly aligned itself against law enforcement efforts to access communications.
Apple Not Budging in Fight Over Data With FBI
The company says a government panel should review the issues raised by the dispute over access to a terrorist's iPhone.
Apple, FBI Face off Over Access to Killer’s iPhone
The company is opposing a court order requiring it to help the FBI unlock the iPhone of one of the San Bernardino mass shooters.
New Flaw Discovered in Website Encryption
The LogJam bug could encourage opposition to U.S. law enforcement efforts to weaken data encryption.
Tech Giants Pressure Obama Over Data Encryption
Letter to President Barack Obama rejects the notion that U.S. companies should weaken product security in the interest of law enforcement.
“All of This Stuff Can Be Hacked”
The hack of a Dutch manufacturer raises questions about the security of payments via chip-enabled cards and mobile devices.
Five Tips for Preventing Cyber-Security Breaches
Before looking at vendor solutions to protecting data, CFOs need to put some thought into which information to safeguard.