110 organisations have set out eight conditions proposed for governments worldwide to adhere to if they are using surveillance technology to combat the pandemic. from Latest topics for ZDNet in Security
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Adobe releases security updates after missing its usual release aligned with Microsoft Patch Tuesday. from Latest topics for ZDNet in Security
Can lawmakers continue to ignore the well-founded criticisms of the ever-increasing powers given to law enforcement and intelligence agencies? Can agencies continue to be so secretive? from Latest topics for ZDNet in Security
Researchers at Checkmarx detail security issues discovered with a robot vacuum cleaner. from Latest topics for ZDNet in Security
Australia’s Department of Home Affairs doesn’t even know how many agencies have been authorised to access telecommunications metadata without a warrant, let alone what for, but the cops want more. from Latest topics for...
Kaspersky has revealed its position on the potential cancellation of the Security Analyst Summit, due to take place in April. from Latest topics for ZDNet in Security
There’s no sign of mass surveillance, but the Independent National Security Legislation Monitor suggests a UK-style ‘double lock’ system for authorising access to encrypted communications. from Latest topics for ZDNet in Security
Senate debate has highlighted Labor’s confused approach to Australia’s controversial encryption laws. The politics is grubby and the brain worms are numerous. from Latest topics for ZDNet in Security
Opposition cites the same reasons it shouldn’t have voted for the laws in the first place as the reason to fix them. from Latest topics for ZDNet in Security
Most telco interception warrants are issued by non-judges. Important cybersecurity work isn’t being done. The Information Commissioner lacks funding. Does the government actually care about privacy and security? from Latest topics for ZDNet in...