Google has a new mode of storage encryption called Adiantum that is made specifically to run on phones and smart devices that don’t have the specialised hardware to use current methods to encrypt locally stored data efficiently.
Productivity and password management tool, Cyclonis Password Manager, has earned AppEsteem Certification. In becoming AppEsteem Certified, Cyclonis Password Manager has successfully completed a rigorous and demanding review upholding and complying with AppEsteem's high standard
Sarment Holding and BlackBerry are working to co-develop Keyyes Chat, a highly encrypted messaging application to provide identity and data security management for Sarment's high-net worth user base.
The Governments of the UK, US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand met in Australia on August 28 and 29, and have told the tech industry that they should be helping intelligence agencies by creating lawful access solutions to encrypted services, and warned that governments can always legislate if they don't.
BlackBerry today announced it is releasing new software capabilities to bolster their BlackBerry Secure platform. BlackBerry Secure is an end-to-end EoT platform, comprised of its enterprise communication and collaboration software and safety-certified embedded solutions.
A European team of cryptographers, cryptologists and programming specialists have developed a new application they claim will revolutionize the world of mobile communication. They claim that it is in fact more secure that talking to someone face-to-face.
Back in December of last year, it was discovered that the OnePlus 5 and 5T can't stream HD videos from Netflix, Amazon and other streaming services. The problem is the phones don't ship with the WidevIne Level 1 DRM that these services require for HD playback, so videos are only played at standard definition (480p).
Centile Telecom Applications as announced the availability of its Mobile application “Mobis” connected to Cloud PBX, FMC and UCC “ISTRA” platform. Intuitive and very easy to use, it allows enterprise end-users to benefit from innovative cloud communication services on their smartphone.
Virtru announced today that it has partnered with SoftBank to bring its software to the Japanese market. SoftBank will be the first Japanese company to offer Virtru’s access control, encryption, key management, and policy enforcement capabilities to its customers.
Molex announced today it has teamed up with BlackBerry on the development of a 10 Gbps Ethernet Automotive Networking platform designed to increase data bandwidth in intelligent connected vehicles.
A serious security flaw found in the latest version of Apple’s macOS High Sierra could allow anyone to access locked settings on a Mac using the user name “root” and no password, and subsequently unlock the computer.
Virtru announced today that it is expanding support for the Microsoft ecosystem and that it was selected for the prestigious Microsoft Accelerator. These announcements highlight the value that thousands of Microsoft customers have already seen from Virtru and the company’s potential to deliver breakthrough solutions on the Azure and Office 365 platforms.