How to Tell Your Most Intimate Secrets to Your Competitors
You just opened your computer on a flight to a convention, with your competitor's rep seated right behind you. Are you crazy?
1 in 5 Companies Had a Security Breach, New Study Says
The most common factor to blame? Mobile devices.
Meet the Middlemen Who Connect Hackers for Hire With Corporate America
Hackers are a company's best last line of defense, and paying them to find security vulnerabilities is an increasingly common practice among all manner of companies, from Uber to GM.
Government Now Says it May Not Need Apple to Unlock iPhone, Postpones Hearing
The government had insisted until Monday that it had no way to access the phone used by one of the killers in the December massacre in San Bernardino, Calif.
John McAfee Slams the NSA: 'A Paranoid, Insane Government Cannot Govern a People.'
The anti-virus pioneer says that U.S. intelligence officials need to stop spying on citizens and start protecting them from true enemies.
Watch John Oliver Hilariously Break Down the Apple Encryption Case
The comedian is thoughtful with his take on the nuances around encryption.
Attorney General on Apple: We're Asking Them to Do What Their Customer Wants
Loretta Lynch speaks on the San Bernardino case during a visit to the Late Show With Stephen Colbert.
Why Microsoft Created 3-D Scans of Random People
The tech giant is working on a biometric login feature for Windows 10.
Sean Penn, Hot Off El Chapo Interview, to Talk Cybersecurity at San Francisco Conference
The controversial actor will have a one-on-one interview with RSA President Amit Yoran.
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Business Travelers: Don't Be Lured by the Siren Song of Free Wi-Fi
Plus: Money-saving booking hacks you'll want to remember.
Apple Files Arguments in Court Opposing FBI iPhone Request
In a copy of the brief provided by the company, Apple argued that the government's request is 'unprecedented' and violates the company's First Amendment rights.
Apple CEO: Unlocking San Bernardino Shooter's iPhone Would Be 'Bad for America'
'Some things are hard, and some things are right, and some things are both -- this is one of those things,' Tim Cook says in an interview.
Mastercard Is Expanding Its 'Selfie Pay' Capabilities
The credit card company first tested its facial recognition capabilities in August in the United States in October.
Bill Gates Says Apple Should Cooperate With the FBI
'This is a specific case where the government is asking for access to information,' he says.
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