Researchers create tool for protecting children’s online privacy

The researchers introduced and tested their “COPPA Tracking by Checking Hardware-Level Activity,” or COPPTCHA, tool in a study. The tool was 99% accurate.

BlueJeans announces stronger encryption for video meetings

BlueJeans, the video conferencing software company bought by Verizon in April, announced a series of new security features that aim to bolster meeting security.

Facebook Messenger Could Soon Support Face ID Authentication

Facebook is testing a new security feature for its Messenger app. The new feature requires users to authenticate using Face ID. Users can also use Touch ID and passcodes to authenticate

New collaboration tools and controls have made DoD telework safer

The adoption and use of new tools have made Department of Defense networks safer from increased cyberthreats during this time of heightened remote telework, officials say.

New Security Tech in Intel CPUs Protects Systems Against Malware Attacks

The new Control-Flow Enforcement Technology (CET), which is built into the hardware microarchitecture, will initially be available in the upcoming Tiger Lake mobile processors.

Saudi Arabia’s KAUST in global chip-development effort to thwart hackers

Scientists from one of Saudi Arabia’s most prestigious academic institutions are part of an international chip-designing team that is spearheading efforts to put hackers out of business.

Samsung develops new security chip for smartphones

Samsung has launched a new secure element (SE) chip, S3FV9RR, to protect private and sensitive data on mobile devices, the company said on Tuesday.

Samsung and SK Telecom reveal world’s first smartphone with quantum security tech

Samsung and SK Telecom have just unveiled the world’s first 5G smartphone with a Quantum Random Number Generator (QRNG).

Software developed by SMU stops ransomware attacks

Engineers from SMU's Darwin Deason Institute for Cybersecurity have developed software that detects ransomware attacks before attackers can inflict catastrophic damage.

Microsoft: 150 million people are using passwordless logins each month

The number covers users of Microsoft online services like Azure, GitHub, Office, and Xbox, the company said, in a blog post celebrating World Password Day.

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