Catch up on our most popular posts from November.
In this Talk Security podcast, Threatpost's Chris Brook and Brian Donohue discuss the move to encrypt the Web, the Regin APT campaign and more.
Google's mobile operating system joins Apple's iOS in offering full disk encryption by default to all users in its newest version — Android 5.0 aka Lollipop.
”Dear Chairman, dear Vice Chairman, dear members of the board, let me present to you the annual report… Oops… Just a moment, we are having some technical issues…”
We have bought our very own Blackphone to check its security firsthand.
Yahoo plans to implement end-to-end encryption for all of its mail users, giving normal, non-technical users the power to communicate securely and privately.
Facebook fails to fully encrypt data on its Instagram mobile app, which puts user security and privacy at risk.
Making a case for password reuse, Google hiring hackers to fix the Internet, Apple bolsters security across its services with strong Crypto, plus various fixes and more.
Our study during World Cup indicates one in four networks are dangerous and you must take care to avoid substantial loss.
Google is releasing a tool that ensures all data passing out of its Chrome browser is encrypted in transit, resolving the problem of relying on others' crypto.