The funding solidifies Wickr's position as an encrypted chat platform for government agencies.
New procurement records show that CBP is using Wickr across "all components" of the agency.
While the company was cornered under Swiss law, critics say the company is advertising email as more secure than it really is.
The Taliban are using the Facebook-owned chat app to spread messages to Afghan citizens as they take over the country.
'Anom’ phones used in an FBI honeypot are mysteriously showing up on the secondary market. We bought one.
Newly released documents provide new insight into the capabilities of the iPhone unlocking tech.
A new paper shows that two old encryption algorithms still used in mobile networks can be exploited to spy on phones' internet traffic.
The FBI had to run its Anom encrypted phone company just like any other, a former Department of Justice official who worked on the case told Motherboard.
The defendants thought they worked for Anom, an encrypted phone company marketed to criminals. But the FBI was in control, and now the DOJ is charging them.
Motherboard can confirm a Washington Post report that said Azimuth Security developed the tool used on the San Bernardino iPhone.
Motherboard has found procurement records detailing Wickr's first public U.S. law enforcement contract.