As more businesses operate remotely, third-party remote access is becoming more common. Be aware of the risks and how to control them.
Twitter is warning users about an exploitable security issue in its Android app. The app has been patched — and users are advised to update immediately.
Facebook found and patched a vulnerability in its WhatsApp service. While Facebook says no users were compromised, the event is still troubling.
Mozilla is rebranding and overhauling its Firefox password protection service into something called Lockwise. Are its motives entirely pure?
Even a robust security strategy may leave an opening for attackers: Third-party security vulnerabilities are not often considered, but they can be fatal.
If AES encryption is not supported by your Android device, Google’s new Adiantum encryption may be your best bet to keep you safe.
Traditional ways of authentication no longer ensure effective security. For sufficient security at home and at work, continuous authentication is necessary.
Biometric authentication is becoming a fact of life in governments and in the commercial sector. But many say this is the ultimate invasion of privacy.
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