Canadian company Bioscrypt claims an industry first with a desktop 3D face recognition camera. The goal: make your visage a fail-safe computer password. CNET News.com's Joris Evers takes a look.
By ZDNet Staff
| March 28, 2007 -- 13:00 GMT (06:00 PDT)
| Topic: Security
Digital Health and Wellness
How technology can save the NHS
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is official: Here's what's new
Photos: BlackBerrys through the ages
The scariest tech of 2017, period, end of sentence
Suspected Capital One hacker requests release from jail on health grounds
It is believed the alleged cybercriminal stole information belonging to 100 million citizens.
Researcher publishes second Steam zero day after getting banned on Valve's bug bounty program
Valve gets heavily criticized for mishandling a crucial bug report.
SEC charges rating service $269,000 for hiding ICO touting payments
The company failed to mention some Initial Coin Offerings were paying for inclusion.
Box adds native security controls to content management
With Box Shield, customers get machine learning-powered threat detection, as well as the ability to set classification-based security policies.
Cybersecurity: This trojan malware being offered for free could cause hacking spike
NanoCore RAT can steal passwords, payment details, and secretly record audio and video of Windows users.
Apple, Google, and Mozilla block Kazakhstan's HTTPS intercepting certificate
Kazakhstan government's root certificate banned inside Chrome, Firefox, and Safari.
Cancer research organizations are now the focus of Chinese hacking groups
One way to speed up research? Steal it.
PayIDs exposed at the hands of Aussie Cuscal-sponsored financial institution
New Payments Platform Australia confirms the affected data included PayID name and account numbers.
Medical device cybersecurity will be rubbish for 20 more years