Cindi Cohen, left, and Bruce Schneier at RightsCon encryption panel. ITWC photo

Published: May 17th, 2018

Controversy over report that company can unlock most iPhones

Owners of Apple iPhones are wondering how safe their password-locked handsets are from attack with news that an Israeli-based forensics...

February 27th, 2018 Howard Solomon

US report proposes framework for government to get at encrypted data

Lawmakers should think carefully before passing laws that will give governments the ability to access encrypted messages, says a report...

February 15th, 2018 Howard Solomon

Alert sounded for return of decades-old crypto vulnerability

Security teams in Canadian organizations that use encryption products and services should be contacting their vendors to see if their...

December 13th, 2017 Howard Solomon

Canadian healthcare apps set to take off with encryption as a service

A new mobile security service might be just what the doctor ordered for healthcare organizations that are struggling to launch...

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WiFi vulnerability ‘looks really bad’

Infosec pros around the world are reacting with dismay to a report of a serious vulnerability in their WiFi networks...

October 16th, 2017 Howard Solomon

Ten tips for more secure sofware

Encryption-breaking quantum computers getting closer, warns Canadian expert

With research accelerating around the world on next-generation quantum supercomputers, the odds of someone creating a new machine able to...

September 13th, 2017 Howard Solomon

Ensuring Document Security Across Any Device with BlackBerry Workspaces

In today's mobile and collaborative world, securing the network perimeter is no longer adequate by itself. Organizations need an approach...

August 21st, 2017 IT World Canada

IBM promises new mainframe can encrypt all data all the time

Encryption is a two-edged sword: It has the benefit of protecting data, but there can be a performance hit. That’s...

July 17th, 2017 Howard Solomon

Finding an answer to the encryption question

“Encrypted.” It’s a comforting word these days, especially when you’re purchasing something online. Just seeing the word on your screen...

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