Researchers have identified how an attacker could steal passwords – and answers to security questions – when you register for something online. We’ve got some tips for website owners and users to protect you
Brain–computer interfaces are with us but research into how to secure them is lagging behind
Forget telltale finger grease prints: researchers have come up with a robot that mimics the swipe touch gestures we use to get into our phones.
Whatever’s echoing around in there is all uniquely you and could be used to authenticate users of eyewear computers.
These passwords would be at the top of any cybercriminal’s list of passwords to use for breaking into email, banking and other accounts.
When you fit a vehicle tracking unit, you don’t expect it to be open for everyone to track you…
Guess how strong the “password” is that protects the data that your Nissan LEAF electric car uploads to the cloud…
No, not its peel. It lost that when Bossman ate it. Nay, the fruit has evolved into a higher form: plastic.