In an Op-Ed provided by our partners at the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, the director of the Cyber Security Policy and Research Institute at the George Washington University argues that engineering trust can help avoid a new battle over data encryption.
In the latest revelation to come from NSA whistle-blower Edward Snowden, The Intercept reports that US and British intelligence services hacked into the world’s largest maker of SIM cards used in cell phones and next-generation credit cards.
A new report by Russian research firm Kaspersky Lab says the United States has found a way to hide spyware in almost any hard drive built by the world’s top computer manufacturers.
A growing number of tech firms offer online privacy tools at a price. They are giving privacy-conscious consumers new ways of avoiding tracking on the Web with self-destructing e-mails and temporary online identities.
Syrian pro-government hackers stole critical information from Syrian opposition forces using a time-honored trick, according to a new report. Will the future of cyber warfare rely on Mata Hari hackers?