Even if Apple isn’t forced to help the FBI break iPhone security, it cannot escape the broader conflict over encryption technology.
President Obama seems to think Google can help increase Internet access in a country that has not historically been interested in unfettered connectivity.
Data is the single biggest asset at most organizations today. It’s time to start treating it accordingly.
A selection of the most interesting and intriguing arXiv papers from the past week.
Indexing the dark Web offers a way to track crime—and shows that the hidden realm is a refuge for people who fear persecution.
Throughout history, communications have mainly been ephemeral. We need to be sure we can preserve that freedom.
The New York Times, BBC, and AOL recently served up malware with their ads, causing some experts to say blocking ads is a good way to stay secure.
The downside of Obama’s effort to rein in Chinese industrial espionage could be advanced ransomware attacks on U.S. companies.
WhatsApp could be the next target in the Department of Justice’s war on encryption, and the service has a weakness that makes wiretapping easy.
Cyberattacks are a fact of life across the world, as intruders breach more and more organizations each day. Why are we so vulnerable? And what can we do to make our systems more secure?