If ever there was a sign the United States was losing control of information warfare, of its own warriors, it was the moment one of…Read More How the United States Lost to Hackers
WASHINGTON — For years, the cybersecurity firm FireEye has been the first call for government agencies and companies around the world who have been hacked…Read More FireEye, a Top Cybersecurity Firm, Says It Was Hacked by a Nation-State
On March 7, 2019, Myrna M. DeLeon passed away, days before her 65th birthday. “Her death was completely unexpected,” said her daughter and my brother-in-law’s…Read More Get Your Digital Accounts Ready In Case of Death
For most of our lives, we have been conditioned to share a piece of personal information without a moment’s hesitation: our phone number. We punch…Read More I Shared My Phone Number. I Learned I Shouldn’t Have.
WASHINGTON — Cisco Systems agreed on Wednesday to pay $8.6 million to settle claims that it sold video surveillance technology that it knew had a…Read More Cisco to Pay $8.6 Million to Settle Government Claims of Flawed Tech
SAN FRANCISCO — On Jan. 19, Grant Thompson, a 14-year-old in Arizona, made an unexpected discovery: Using FaceTime, Apple’s video chatting software, he could eavesdrop…Read More iPhone FaceTime Bug That Allows Spying Was Flagged to Apple Over a Week Ago
SYDNEY, Australia — A new law in Australia gives law enforcement authorities the power to compel tech-industry giants like Apple to create tools that would…Read More Did Australia Poke a Hole in Your Phone’s Security?
How do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Kate Conger, a technology reporter for The Times in…Read More You Don’t Have to Be a Journalist to Want to Keep Chats Private