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We’ve written about insecure fingerprint sensors and other biometric technologies a lot. We were not alone, of course. It looks like the fuss did some good. At Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2017 in Barcelona, many smart-sensor developers presented devices that are more secure than we might have expected. Read More

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Policymakers are searching for ways to defend the nation’s power grid from a major cyber-attack, amid concerns the industry’s digital defenses are dangerously lagging and underfunded. Security experts warn that energy companies, while attuned to the threat, are scrambling to play catch-up, leaving the all-important power grid exposed to hackers. On Capitol Hill, the threat […]

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Capitol Hill is increasingly concerned about the lack of international laws governing cyber war. In the last week, a bipartisan group of lawmakers sent the State Department a letter urging greater attention to the issue and one House leader introduced a bill that would require the department to produce a comprehensive cyberspace strategy. The letter […]

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