Sen. Dianne Feinstein wants to bring back bill that bans strong encryption
Feinstein's Compliance with Court Orders Act of 2016 was never formally introduced in a previous go-around.
Japanese businesses are the latest victims of attacks disguised as ransomware
The incident underscores a trend; elite hacking groups appear to be increasingly disguising their operations by disrupting an organization's business processes.
A top DOJ official is calling for 'responsible' encryption from Silicon Valley
Privacy and security advocates say that making such a compromise would effectively weaken encryption technology writ large because it would require creating an inherent vulnerability in the process.
Cellebrite: Hacking into iPhones is harder than ever
"It’s getting much too easy for device manufacturers to implement very secure encryption and lock mechanisms," a Cellebrite director said.
Wyden pushes Supreme Court to adopt email encryption standards that it currently doesn't use
The Senator from Oregon pushed the court to adopt STARTTLS encryption "to better protect the privacy and security of the Court's email communications."
Lenovo settles FTC, state complaints on preinstalled invasive adware
The company will pay $3.5 million to settle state cases over VisualDiscovery, and will institute a security and privacy audit to satisfy the FTC, but denies wrongdoing.