Building trust in artificial intelligence

From telecommunications to road traffic, from healthcare to the workplace—digital technology is now an intrinsic part of almost every area of life. Yet how can we ensure that developments in this field, especially those ...

Google advises Iran users to change passwords

Google has advised users of its online services in Iran to change their passwords following the theft of Internet security certificates from a Dutch company.

Cyber attack on Europe exposes big flaws in Internet security

A major cyber attack in Europe that apparently was launched from Iran has revealed significant vulnerabilities in the Internet security systems used to authenticate websites for banking, email and e-commerce around the world.

Google users in Iran targeted in certificate scam

A false Internet security certificate has been used in an apparent attempt to snoop on Google users in Iran, according to the Internet search giant and computer security firms.

Hacked Dutch Internet company declared bankrupt

A Dutch judge granted a bankruptcy filing Tuesday for Internet security company DigiNotar, whose servers were apparently breached by an Iranian hacker in July, its parent company said.

US approves its first 'tablet' for federal workers

Blackberry's PlayBook electronic tablet has been approved for use in all US federal government agencies, becoming the first tablet to get certified, developer Research in Motion said.

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