It's hard to believe that wearable tech won't cause privacy and security issues, so business must plan for these devices and know how they affect the enterprise.
The TSA is transforming mountains of data into useful information, creating a system that speeds lines and minimizes hassles while keeping everyone safe.
It's time to rethink the way we handle privacy. Without changes, consumer confidence and trust in business and government will erode, and conflicts will grow.
Some security experts say that manufacturers too often display a lackadaisical attitude about testing software and securing vulnerabilities on their products.
Recent reports say the Russian government is purchasing typewriters—presumably in response to leaks of confidential information by WikiLeaks and Edward Snowden.
While banks in Europe and many other regions have deployed chip cards, a.k.a. "smart cards," the U.S. uses mag-stripe cards that provide virtually no protection.
Google says that using gestures will generate a "facial landmark" that, when compared to a photo or video, will provide a reliable way to authenticate a user.
No security strategy is perfect, but one thing is clear: Threats are growing exponentially, and there's no place for careless attitudes and inept approaches.
Businesses now have more information about consumers than at any point in history. The downside is a degradation of privacy and a growing misuse of big data.
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By Samuel Greengard Last week's theft of 6.5 million passwords from LinkedIn put consumers back in the security crosshairs. Apparently, many people using LinkedIn rely on passwords with the word "link" or....