Christian Rodriguez collaborated with the FBI to bring down Mexican drug lord
Moving to the cloud doesn't mean outsourcing your entire security infrastructure, argues Max Heinemeyer of Darktrace
Improves compatibility with other services
'I can't decrypt my own messages. There's an irony to that I guess'
'If the NSA tells you to get ready for quantum computers then you'd better get ready'
The NCA names encryption, the dark web and VPNs as the biggest tech enablers of crime
.App TLDs available until 7 May via a Google Early Access Program
Russian spies can continue to collect Telegram's encryption keys, rules court.
The IT industry looks at the ramifications of Computing's latest security research
And it has plans for the IoT, too
Security researchers have found a new vulnerability in a generation of RSA encryption keys
US joins UK government in attacking encryption
Putting 'everything' online puts 'everything' at risk
Wire's Alan Duric on the necessity of end-to-end encryption
Weakening encryption would open the country up to more threats, says Jonathan Evans
Google, Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft and especially WhatsApp all in Rudd's anti-encryption firing line
Malware is distributed via compromised wireless networks, not the Play Store
AMD launches Ryzen Pro microprocessor in ambitious bid for enterprise desktop - and reveals first details of Ryzen 3
Ryzen Pro adds enterprise security features to AMD's burgeoning Ryzen line-up
AMD launches Ryzen Pro microprocessor family for enterprise desktop PCs, based on Ryzen 3, 5 and 7 microprocessors
First Ryzen 3 microprocessors revealed for the first time - all with four cores and four threads
But it's still signature-based
MacRansom demands more than £500 to decrypt ransomed files
How do you sort the good from the bad?
War against encryption to be re-ignited after election
New proposals for encryption 'back doors' planned by UK government in extension to internet surveillance
Plans for encryption back door keys to be held by telcos and ISPs and real-time web surveillance