Over $130,000 paid out to hackers for spotting flaws in Air Force IT systems. from Latest topics for ZDNet in Security
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Relax, developers, the Assistance and Access Act is ‘highly unlikely’ to force employees to deceive their bosses by creating secret backdoors. Nor does it breach Europe’s GDPR digital privacy laws. from Latest topics for...
The Joint Committee will follow its rushed inspection of Australia’s encryption laws with a rushed review of the amendments made on Parliament’s last day of 2018. from Latest topics for ZDNet in Security
Bypassing passcodes, malware-laden apps, and inherent design flaws exposing almost all known mobile devices made up part of the security problems found in iOS and Android. from Latest topics for ZDNet in Security
A cryptographer’s rebuttal to a GCHQ interception concept highlights how participants in the encryption-busting debate are talking past each other. What even is a “systemic weakness”, anyway? from Latest topics for ZDNet in Security
The controversial Assistance and Access Bill was 176 pages long, then 67 pages of amendments were rushed through in the final hours of debate. This is what we’ve ended up with. from Latest topics...
Shadow Minister for the Digital Economy Ed Husic continues to state problems with the Bill his party rolled over on and passed. from Latest topics for ZDNet in Security
Microsoft wants new laws to put some constraints on the use and development of facial recognition. from Latest topics for ZDNet in Security
Opposition leader Bill Shorten has said he will take half a win. from Latest topics for ZDNet in Security
So-called protections in the Bill are necessary, Opposition leader Bill Shorten has said. from Latest topics for ZDNet in Security