Don't-Miss Encryption Stories
Simply Secure will identify usability problems in open-source privacy tools and will work with developers to address them
The next version of Android, due out before the end of 2014, will encrypt all devices by default.
Google's new Android encryption policy is great, but you don't necessarily need to wait for an OS update to protect your data from investigators, be they government snoops or someone you know.
Law enforcement would have to approach a device's owner since the encryption keys are stored on the device
The company said it has made an encryption breakthrough that will put financial institutions at ease
New encryption is in place in U.S. stores, the retailer said -- small consolation for those who were affected.
BitTorrent's Bleep messaging app is now available for anyone to try.
Pretty Easy Privacy system aims to make encryption of written online communication accessible to masses
Network traffic records show no signs attackers were looking for vulnerable servers before Heartbleed's disclosure
Users of Enigmail 1.7 are advised to upgrade to version 1.7.2 as soon as possible
Whether you're storing old tax returns or the occasional naughty photo, some files deserve some extra security. Here's how to keep them private.
When online services lack privacy controls, you can roll your own using near military-grade encryption.
Microsoft and Yahoo have enabled STARTTLS, which dramatically raised the percentage of encrypted messages.
Want to use encryption tools, but you find most too hard to use? Check out these Chrome-based tools aiming to take the difficulty out of protecting your data online.
Just like Gmail, Yahoo Mail is going to have an encryption option supplied by Google's End-to-End Chrome extension modified for Yahoo's service.