It won’t solve all of your privacy problems, but a virtual private network can make you a less tempting target for hackers.
UN countries are preparing to pick a new head of the International Telecommunications Union. Who wins could shape the open web's future.
Many companies have pulled physical servers from the country as a mandate to collect customer data goes into effect.
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New research shows how third-party apps could be exploited to infiltrate these sensitive workplace tools.
Amid protests against the killing of Mahsa Amini, authorities have cut off mobile internet, WhatsApp, and Instagram. The death toll continues to rise.
Churches are using invasive phone-monitoring tech to discourage “sinful” behavior. Some software is seeing more than congregants realize.
Security firm Chainguard has created a simple, open-source way for organizations to defend the cloud against some of the most insidious attacks.
But as Ukrainians retake ground, some of the firms are erasing their online presence.
The encrypted messaging app is a haven for politically motivated vitriol, but users are increasingly bringing threats to targets’ doorsteps.
Despite having one of the strongest data-protection policies in Africa, the country’s enforcement and disclosure practices remain dangerously broken.
Tired of advertisers spying on your private communications? This beta promises to kick tracking technology to the curb.
Snipers on buildings. Drone no-fly zones. Temporary CCTV. The security plan is even more complex than it was for the London 2012 Olympics.
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An alleged teen hacker claims to have gained deep access to the company's systems, but the full picture of the breach is still coming into focus.
The American Data Privacy and Protection Act could protect people across the country. But first, it has to get past Nancy Pelosi.
Peiter "Mudge" Zatko's allegations about the social media platform renewed a sense of urgency for lawmakers to rein in Big Tech.
Yurii Shchyhol gives WIRED a rare interview about running the country’s Derzhspetszviazok and the state of the online conflict with Russia.
Exposing wrongdoing is risky on the best of days. Whistleblower Aid cofounder John Tye explains the extensive steps needed to keep people safe.