If law enforcement gets hold of your locked iPhone and has some interest in its contents, Apple can pull all kinds of content from the device, including texts, contacts, photos and videos, call history and audio recordings.
Experts discussed the future of consumer generated health information and its privacy implications in a Federal Trade Commission-led panel Wednesday morning.
Microsoft's latest Security Intelligence Report identifies two malware families, Rotbrow and Brantall, previously thought to be benign that have been dropping the Sefnit botnet.
A bug in the developer and early adopter version of Google Chrome called Canary fails to display URLs of a certain character length, potentially facilitating phishing attacks.
The CryptoLocker ransomware has been wreaking havoc on desktops for months now, demanding that victims pay hundreds of dollars in exchange for the key to decrypt their locked hard drives. Now the malware is expanding its scope, adding the Android platform to its targets. The new mobile version of the malware is being sold by […]
House Judicial Committee issues revisions to the USA FREEDOM Act, which will impose limits on the NSA's ability to perform surveillance and spying.
A new alliance composed of privacy and digital rights advocates are encouraging internet users to block mass surveillance and fight back against the National Security Agency on June 5.
Dropbox has addressed a privacy flaw in its shared links feature that exposed documents to third parties.
RSA key transport cipher suites could be deprecated in TLS 1.3 in favor of Diffie-Hellman Exchange or Elliptic curve Diffie-Hellman.
The percentage of spam in total email traffic during the first quarter this year came to 66.34%. Attackers spread fake email notifications from mobile applications.
Two issues - one that allows the bypass of the iPhone 5’s security lockscreen and one that fails to encrypt email attachments are affecting the most recent build of iOS, 7.1.1.
NIST has released SP 800-52 Revision 1, which provides guidance to federal agencies on the use of Transport Layer Security. The standard recommends that all agencies support TLS 1.2 by Jan. 1, 2015.
A White House report on big data calls for greater transparency from data brokers and technology companies about how they process consumers' data and how that information is treated.