Only two of the top 100 e-commerce websites protect visitors by automatically using a secure HTTPS version of their website, according to study by High-Tech Bridge.
The CryptoLocker ransomware, which encrypts data on victims' machines and requires a ransom to decrypt it, is targeting small businesses, warns Cisco.
Microsoft does not encrypt its server-to-server data communications, a senior Microsoft official told a European parliament committee this week, Ars Technica reports.
Silent Circle and Lavabit have teamed on the Dark Mail Alliance, which aims to develop an open protocol and architecture for secure mail, Ars Technica reports
BYOD is fueling an increase in cloud-based security services, which Gartner forecasts to generate $2.1 billion this year, jumping to $3.1 billion in 2015.
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BYOD and cloud-based applications are fueling the need for mobile encryption software and services, a market that is forecast by ABI Research to reach $230 million by the end of this year.
There is no way to cover your files once the CryptoLocker ransomware encrypts your data, warns security firm Sophos in a blog.
Only 18 percent of enterprises include cloud provisions in their security policy, yet close to half use cloud computing on a regular basis, according to a survey of 9,600 executives from around the world.
Revelations that the National Security Agency intentionally weakened encryption in order to gain access to encrypted data have undermined confidence in international encryption standards.