The Windows 8 feature that logs users in if they touch certain points in a photo in the right order might be fun, but it's not very good security, according to the inventor of RSA's SecurID token.
The flap over the reported water utility hack in Illinois raises the question: Is the reporting system that the U.S. has set up to identify cyberattacks on critical infrastructure broken and in need of re-thinking?
Depending upon who you listen to, GPS tracking shouldn't be your only concern when you are out and about on the streets.
While a Microsoft Xbox TV deal is imminent, the future may include an Xbox 360 viewing police. Microsoft is trying to patent a Kinect 3D body scanner to estimate age and function like an automated parent control.
Attorney general says it's likely to get worse.
The social network agrees to a code of conduct to address German concerns about privacy and identity theft.
Deux Ex: Human Revolution features character Adam Jensen, who uses biometric body parts such as Terminator eyes that add situational data to vision or super-strong arms that double as weapons.
While the TSA can't explain why invasive patdowns without probable cause are legal, that isn't stopping TSA from future plans to track all your daily travels, anywhere you go, from work, to stores, or even when you go out to play.
The White House pledged to work with industry to establish an "identity ecosystem" of approved processes and technologies to foster some kind of new way to issue digital credentials to end users, whether consumers, business and the federal government.