Global Internet Culture Emerges
Internet users worldwide want privacy, security, trust, and freedom of expression, says a report from the Oxford Internet Institute, graduate business school Insead, and comScore.
Is Government Inflating Cyber Threats?
A report from the Mercatus Center at George Mason University questions "alarmist rhetoric" and asks whether government agencies can meaningfully improve the security of critical infrastructure.
Kind Of A Mess
Internet needs an infrastructure that enables back ends and users to communicate with each other using better authentication--and allows any number of authentication technologies to sign into it
Users Still Careless With Email
Company employees still consistently send confidential and sensitive information via email in violation of rules and regulations, according to a survey by VaporStream.
So What If iPhones Spy User Locations
The iPhone keeps track on its owner's whereabouts, but without that crucial location data, many services that help make the smartphone so popular wouldn't function.
iPhone Logging Your Every Move
Introduced with iOS 4, the Apple smartphone is reportedly logging user location information on the phone and computers that syncs the phone via iTunes.
Credit Card Hacker Pleads Guilty
Rogelio Hackett Jr. faces 12 years in prison and $500,000 in fines for selling 675,000 credit card numbers used to generate more than $36 million in fraudulent transactions.
How To Sort Through Enterprise Mobility Challenges
Mobility is demanding the attention of IT. Whether it's building a scalable wireless infrastructure, or supporting the newest smartphone or tablet, the choices are daunting. Interop's wireless and mobility conference track can help sort out these challenges.