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The secure device maker is also holding a press conference at the show where the tablet could be announced.
Websites will now be able to instruct the browser to always reach them over HTTPS
Your passwords are one kind of secret you probably need to keep, even from trusted loved ones. A new survey from Intel Security reveals people's habits and the risks they might be taking.
The price of convenience, though, is handing your contact details not just to GCHQ but also to a tribunal and Privacy Internatinoal
Obliging telecom companies to retain customer data for months to help the police catch criminals is disproportionate, the DPA said
President Barack Obama wants the U.S. government and industry to work more closely on cybersecurity and went to Stanford University to deliver his message.
President Obama pushed for more cyberthreat information sharing between the private sector and government during a speech at Stanford University in California.
Apple's chief believes the personal impact of security breaches can be devastating
Netatmo weather stations upload Wi-Fi passwords and SSIDs to the company's servers over insecure connections
Only the Greens in the European Parliament still oppose the plan
Both bills would require law enforcement agencies to get court-ordered warrants for older stored communications.
A “legacy contact” gives users a little more control over their social networking afterlives, while keeping full account access on lockdown.
The Smart TVs are under a cloud for allegedly collecting voice data.
One of them is Sen. Edward Markey, who plans to introduce legislation to require security measures in connected cars.
The emails posted on a Bush website included personal data such as Social Security numbers.
Users have to deliberately press buttons to activate the voice commands features, Samsung says.
Even technologies designed to preserve privacy can reveal identities when not used thoughtfully, as Silk Road's Ross Ulbricht learned last week.