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New hardware should make it possible for all online data to be as secure as a credit card transaction.
Big problems could be ahead if we rely on conclusions drawn from individuals’ social-networking data.
Crisis maps in hostile political situations can let the dictatorial governments, as well as the protesters, see where the action is.
Researchers at Microsoft have built a virtual vault that could work on medical data without ever decrypting it.
The attacks are evidence of a growing political motivation among hackers.
A startup says technology that lets webcams read credit-card details will make transactions easier and more secure.
Researchers use the Web to steal passwords and other data from Google’s Web-based operating system.
ESNet and Internet2 have built a networking test bed for ideas that are too disruptive for the networks that people actually use.
An experimental tool removes the need to hand your credentials over to lots of different websites.
A predictions market could help companies prepare for major security incidents before they happen.