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From dealing with Ponzi schemes to financial windfalls, state leaders are weighing how to best handle the future of nationless money.
Fifty-four percent of federal websites met the deadline for HTTPS encryption and other security upgrades.
Any change to encryption policy will require a tradeoff between individual security and national security, a report from the National Academies concludes.
Companies could build backdoor access into products, but it leaves users vulnerable.
And the crypto wars continue.
Customs and Border Protection released updated rules for how officials can search phones, laptops and tablets in the age of encryption.
Agencies need to aim for the gold-standard in encryption.
There’s a middle ground between personal privacy and effective law enforcement, Homeland Security Chairman Michael McCaul says.
And the Homeland Security Department's January deadline for implementation is approaching.
Be careful where you click.
An advocacy group is suing the EPA over an open records request regarding employees’ use of the application Signal.
Most federal websites fail metrics related to load time and secure connections, according to a think tank assessment.
Talking about personal devices takes attention away from the arguably greater threat posed by unsecured government-issued mobile devices.
The strategy will be based on the main elements of the president’s May executive order.
The government just launched a major effort to prevent email spoofing.
Rep. Will Hurd, R-Texas, thinks weakening encryption would be bad for national security.
Oak Ridge scientists believe they have created a quantum-based device that creates truly random numbers.
Half a million dollars is available to the hacker who can crack into the encrypted messaging apps.
The Government Accountability Office found OPM is taking greater risks with its systems and data than it should.
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