Every boardroom should be contemplating the possibility that its company's computer systems will be destroyed and private email, salary information, and much more publicly revealed. Executives need to decide what it's worth to defend against these outcomes.
The State Department says that John Kerry is the "first Secretary of State to rely primarily on a state.gov email account;" all predecessors used their personal email (if any).
It has never been more important to follow security best practices and adopt the most recent technologies.
Fewer than one in four Chrome users follow SSL certificate warnings ... The problem goes beyond mere SSL certificate warnings, say experts. Many people seem to ignore more or less everything that their computers warn them about.
Although we are not aware of anyone abusing this certificate in the wild, it's a real risk and would be hard to detect.
In an interview with Reuters, Obama said he was concerned about Beijing's plans for a far-reaching counterterrorism law that would require technology firms to hand over encryption keys, the passcodes that help protect data, and install security "backdoors" in their systems to give Chinese authorities surveillance access.
Encryption backdoors will always turn around and bite you in the ass. They are never worth it.
I think we can work our way through this.