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Protecting Your Security and Rights Online

Active Citizens, Civil Society, Democracy, Featured, Global, Headlines Opinion By Rebecca Ricks Reprint | | Print | Credit: Dinh Manh TaiCAMBRIDGE, MA, USA, Jan 23 2019 (IPS) - On December 6, the...

Five emerging cyber-threats to worry about in 2019

Last year was full of cybersecurity disasters, from the revelation of security flaws in billions of microchips to massive data breaches and attacks using malicious software that locks down computer systems until a...

WISeKey International Holding SA: WISeKey Partners with China SINCODE to Secure Chinese Connected Cars

WISeKey Partners with China SINCODE to Secure Chinese Connected CarsSINCODE offers its technology to over 350 Chinese car manufacturers Geneva, January 3, 2019 - WISeKey International Holding Ltd ("WISeKey", SIX:...

Security certificate yanked from Russia-backed website, hurting ability to divide voters

A Russian-funded English-language website aimed at sowing divisions among Americans has had a vital internet security certificate yanked, meaning U.S. internet users will have difficulty accessing the site.The...

4 critical steps to building an IoT network

The biggest mistake often made in building an IoT network for the first time is in underestimating the complexity of IoT network design, operation and management -- and believing that legacy network technologies...

Could you speak up a bit? I didn't catch your password

Something for the Weekend, Sir? I want to be your backdoor man. Or so asserted Robert Plant at the end of Whole Lotta Love. Hey ho. Wow, what a lovely early Christmas present for Australians: A crypto-busting super...

Protecting Your Security and Rights Online

(New York) – Human Rights Watch released an interactive online game today to help people understand how important strong encryption is to everyone’s security in the digital age. The interactive feature, “Everyday...

Australia Anti-Encryption Law Rushed to Passage 

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA — A newly enacted law rushed through Australia's parliament will compel technology companies such as Apple, Facebook and Google to disable encryption protections so police can better pursue...

Australia passes cyber snooping laws with global implications

Under the legislation, Canberra can compel local and international providers to remove electronic protections, conceal covert operations by government agencies, and help with access to devices or services...

Now you, too, can snoop on mobe users from 3G to 5G with a Raspberry Pi and €1,100 of gizmos

A protocol meant to protect smartphone users' privacy is vulnerable to fake base station attacks all the way from 3G to 5G, according to a group of international researchers. All the baddies need is a little over €...


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