Facebook Messenger gets end-to-end encryption
The social network tests end-to-end encryption on its Messenger application to prevent snooping on digital conversations.
Facebook exec released from jail in Brazil
Latin America VP Diego Dzodan was released after 24?hours in a Brazilian jail due to a disputed court order demanding data from WhatsApp.
Facebook executive jailed in Brazil
Latin America VP Diego Dzodan was arrested over a court's demand that Facebook provide data from its WhatsApp messaging service.
US uses fake towers to gather data
The US Marshals Service reportedly gathers data by using fake communications towers on airplanes.
Security Summit 2014 wrap-up: rebuilding trust
Evolution was the overarching theme for enterprise security experts, away from point products and towards more effective security practices.
Taking back the Internet
Christopher Soghoian believes the industry will take on the forces of government surveillance, and win.
Multiple versions of the truth
With the definitions of 'good guys' and 'bad guys' blurred, IT security professionals face a daunting task, Security Summit delegates heard today.
Christopher Soghoian: Governments subvert trust
Governments gorged themselves on the never ending buffet of people's most personal information, says Christopher Soghoian from the American Civil Liberties Union.
Global surveillance highlighted at ITWeb Security Summit
State surveillance, trust and the failures of the infosec industry will be focus areas at SA's premier information security conference in May.
Summit to empower security professionals
Information security professionals will be able to select sessions of particular relevance to their roles, at the ITWeb Security Summit.