Eight United States-based technology companies are asking government around the world to alter their surveillance laws and practices. They understand the need of governments to take action to protect their citizens’ safety and
Among the top users of software-as-a-service (SaaS) apps not authorized by the IT department are tech pros themselves, according to a recent survey commissioned by security software company McAfee Inc. A poll of
If you think that not being connected to a network will keep you safe from surveillance, think again. Two German researchers recently developed a malware that can covertly transmit data between laptops using
In developments that appear to mirror the lawful access debate in Canada, legislators in France have introduced a bill that would allow government officials access to people’s online data without the need of
The Prime Minister’s office and the Canada’s signal intelligence agency are keeping mum on reports that the government helped American agents conduct widespread surveillance activities during the G20 summit in Toronto in 2010.
Microblogging site Twitter is combating cyber snooping by making it harder for hackers to decrypt its encrypted data even if the hackers manage to get their hands on Twitter’s private keys. Twitter said
The United States National Security Agency installed malware on more than 50,000 computer networks around the world as part of its intelligence gathering program, according to documents leaked by former NSA contractor Edward