It solves a big problem with biometric authentication and opens up some intriguing possibilities.
Stories by Evan Schuman
One problem with what we tell employees about taking security precautions is that the precautions interfere with their jobs.
At the very least, it’s a reminder that social media embarrassments are forever.
As policies designed for consumers emerge, the example from AIG is surprisingly comprehensive.
Brazilian bank was an easy target after its DNS provider was compromised.
They’re an example of big tech companies’ failure to take security seriously.
New Wikileaks documents show agents simply refining standard techniques of cybercriminals.
Something as simple as an uncharacteristic turn of phrase can clue people into an email’s illegitimacy.
You can hide from casual observers, but a motivated person will see through your attempts at anonymization.
Visa dismisses the issue as a hypothetical attack method — but security researchers tried it and it worked.
Problems: Mastercard’s approach is nothing new, and its usefulness is extremely limited.
The latest WikiLeaks revelations included a reminder that there are revealing things that just can’t be encrypted.
Your efforts at raising security awareness could be making users feel that it’s pointless to try to protect themselves.
Promise of easier ways to catch a ride falls short.
New reports last week highlighted some novel ways for information to get into the wrong hands.
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