Any new technology can be rough around the edges. The consequences can be complex and there's high chance for human error, especially when it comes to security.
The first summer month brought us news about the eternal confrontation of law enforcements and cybercriminals. Let’s see who was busted in June.
June was a busy month with hacks and data breaches, privacy, cryptography, and mobile security news, and an update on OpenSSL Heartbleed.
Having a chance to store as much as we want is a good thing, but is it bringing us more problems than advantages?
This week: the first ever Android encryptor malware, a serious Tweetdeck vulnerability arises and is fixed just as quickly, and much more.
Discussing security and the privacy strengths and weaknesses in the Apple’s soon-to-be-released iOS 8.
Enabling two-factor authentication makes it significantly harder for an attacker to compromise your online accounts, but what is it and when should you use it?
There was a lot of interesting news about hackers and other cybercriminals, so let’s see who has been busted in May.
Feds take down the Gameover botnet, there's more trouble for OpenSSL, Google publishes data on global Gmail encryption, and Edward Snowden's first NSA revelation came out one year...
Data breaches seemed to dominate the security news in May, but mobile ransomware emerged as well and there was good and bad privacy news from the tech giants.