Don't-Miss Encryption Stories
BEAST is an exploit developed by security researchers to break the TLS 1.0 encryption used by most major browsers and websites. Here’s how it works, and how you can protect yourself.
Here's what GlobalSign's move means, and how to evaluate a certificate authority for your business website.
Melissa has her doubts about backing up online. Could her data be stolen?
Protect your wireless network against intrusion.
A reader wants to know if there's a way to lock down a folder without installing third-party software. Here are some options, both with and without software.
Businesses need to review cloud permissions and policies in light of online file storage security mishap.
Researchers say they've achieved a breakthrough in how encryption can be used in technology called non-volatile main memory.
I spoke with Dropbox founder and CEO Drew Houston to get the Dropbox side of the story on the encryption and terms of service controversy.
Dropbox is accused in an FTC complaint of lying and deliberately misleading customers about just how secure data is on the cloud-based storage service.
New utility PC Lock provides secure encryption as well as Web management for your important data.
The popular cloud-storage service updates its security terms of service.
Toshiba’s self-encrypting hard drive offers robust security features, yet it may be overkill for small businesses.
Twitter users are being urged to turn on the service's new https encryption setting to close a security loophole.
Easily create, manipulate, and use encrypted virtual drives with security program BestCrypt.