Digital driver’s licenses have had a slow start in the US so far, but iOS 15 Wallet will give the nascent technology a serious push.
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Improvements designed to keep your email private, crack down on data stealing apps, and help you find lost devices are on their way.
Plus: A Colonial Pipeline update, inside details of the FBI’s Anom caper, and more of the week’s top security news.
While major carriers like AXA have backed away from covering ransoms, don’t expect the industry at large to break the vicious cycle.
The agency spent years running a secure phone network for criminals. So much for “going dark.”
You may not have heard of Fastly, but you felt its impact when sites went offline around the world Tuesday morning.
LineStar Integrity Services was hacked around the same time as Colonial Pipeline, but radical transparency activists have brought the attack to light.
Plus, a Supreme Court decision on a controversial anti-hacking law, a WhatsApp walk-back, and more of the week’s top security news.
Hart InterCivic will be the first private vendor to partner with the company on using its open-source ElectionGuard system.
From NotPetya to SolarWinds, it’s a problem that’s not going away any time soon.