Encryption

Trend Micro on how terrorists are abusing online tools
Cybercriminals have always abused legitimate online tools and services, but now they have been joined by an even more insidious group: Terrorists.
Press freedom: Free privacy and security for journos, courtesy of F-Secure
In view of World Press Freedom Day on May 3, F-Secure is offering journalists free VPN subscriptions for one year.
The global encryption war begins
Battle between FBI and Apple was just the start Malaysian Government yet to define its stance  
Making the world ready for the IoT
With so many devices being added to the IoT ecosystem, there is a need for a layered architectural approach, writes David Eden of Tata Communications.
There are spies in your fibre!
Fibre-optic networks were once thought impervious, but thanks to cheap off-the-shelf equipment, are now open to cyber-espionage and eavesdropping.
Encryption genie is out of the bottle: Ex-NSA director
The encryption genie has been let out of the bottle, and law enforcement and national security agencies just have to get used to the idea, according to John Michael McConnell, now a senior executive advisor at management consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton.
Apple vs FBI: What you need to know
If Apple sets a precedent by complying with this court order, then it will have to comply with all other court orders, writes Keith Rozario.
Malaysian companies ripe targets for ransomware: Trend Micro
Ransomware attacks are rising in Malaysia, where businesses have become the prime targets, according to the latest Trend Micro report.
How Shadow IT is emerging into the light
Mark Micallef of Citrix comes up with five top tips for selecting the right technology to protect company data and limit the risks of using Shadow IT.
Chat privacy: Shhh … and Zipit with Celcom
Celcom has unveiled Zipit Chat, which it claimed guarantees the ultimate privacy in mobile chat communication.