Developing world ID problems could eventually come back home, says Privacy International.
13 June 2014
Microblogging giant makes it easier to reset credentials, and introduces a new back-end system to spot suspicious activity
12 May 2014
Organisations can use security to drive the business forward,an Infosecurity Europe keynote panel says.
29 April 2014
The Samsung Galaxy S5 has been on the market for only a matter of days, with its highly anticipated fingerprint scanner that will work with PayPal for mobile purchases. But there’s just one problem: German researchers have managed to fool the scanner with a latex fingerprint spoof.
23 April 2014
The FBI is planning a new way to track and uncover potential threats – a massive facial recognition database. According to documents obtained by the Electronic Frontier Foundation, the Bureau's database will contain about 52 million biometric records by the end of the year, with plans to hold records on as many as 100 million people, or, roughly one-third of the country’s population. And that, of course, raises privacy concerns.
16 April 2014
Passwords do not keep our personal data safe. That much is empirically clear – the sheer volume of passwords that are stolen and the ease with which they are cracked demonstrates this on a weekly basis. But it is not the theory of passwords that fails, it is the human inability to use them wisely that is the weakness.
18 February 2014
Will 2014 see a big uptick in the use of biometric technologies, strong encryption, a rash of new key technologies and more? Some say that the era of having unencrypted data traffic flowing freely inside enterprises will likely soon come to a crashing halt, helped along by the US government, the Apple iPhone and other drivers.
06 January 2014
Our final summary of industry predictions for 2014 focuses on the mobile arena. 'May you live in interesting times' is a common curse thought to originate in ancient China. 2014 is likely to be an interesting time for mobile users – with or without any involvement from modern China.
20 December 2013
Microsoft has thrown its hat in the universal authentication ring with the Fast IDentity Online (FIDO) Alliance, joining as a member of the Board of Directors.
18 December 2013
Tesco is introducing Alan Sugar's OptimEyes advertising screens to all 450 of its UK petrol stations. While customers look at the adverts, OptimEyes scans the customers, and feeds data back to the advertisers in real time.
04 November 2013