Is it to check that your Amazon parcels don't get stolen? Is it to help the police? No, this company is a little more truthful, and former Amazon employees founded it.
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A survey suggests that hubris is one of the many fine qualities of today's IT professionals.
It's hard to make people care about cybersecurity. A Japanese company, however, has a suggestion.
It seems that some higher powers in government think encryption is only used for nefarious purposes.
They look so friendly, as they roll along your shopping mall. Some, though, are concerned about what robot cops are really up to.
An extensive new study reveals what's really worrying IT and security professionals. It also reveals a little of their (deeply human) hypocrisy.
Working from home has inspired bosses to find new ways of tracking their employees, says a study.
Can you get through to kids -- and their parents -- in order to get them to pay attention to online safety? How about getting naked porn stars to appear at their door?
A consequence of the novel coronavirus is that companies want to monitor employees more closely and more intimately. Where does it end?
Thursday is World Password Day. So it's time to mourn all those purchases abandoned because of poor password management. The number seems very large.