We’re Winning The Crypto Wars
While the FBI and some governments are still fighting the Crypto Wars in courts and with laws, the spread of encryption appears unstoppable.
Google Chrome Will Start Shaming Unencrypted Websites in January
Google continues its war against unencrypted websites.
Lavabit's Forgotten Encryption Fight Looms Over the Apple Case
A look back at an encryption fight that could be repeated in the Apple and FBI case.
Here Are The Internet’s Top Websites That Still Don’t Use Encryption
Google launches a new effort to push all websites to embrace web encryption.
Google Will Soon Shame All Websites That Are Unencrypted
Google wants to kill the unencrypted internet, and will soon flag two thirds of the web as "unsafe."
Over a Quarter of the Encrypted Web Is About to Be Broken
Thankfully, the likes of Google, Microsoft and Mozilla are moving up a timetable to fix it.
It's Nearly 2016. Why Aren't Banking Apps More Secure?
A survey of 40 iOS banking apps shows developers still have a lot of work to do.
Encryption and Other Tricks Are Making Malvertising Harder to Hunt
The latest malvertising campaigns "go to great lengths to fly under the radar."
Jimmy Wales: 'There's Really No Excuse' Not to Use Encryption
Wales addresses security and encryption at London’s IP Expo.
The Downside of Encrypting Everything: Virus-Filled Ads Are Harder to Track
As more advertisers move to more secure delivery methods, criminals are taking advantage of it to hide their tracks.
Reddit Switches to Encryption By Default
The internet giant will switch to HTTPS by default by the end of the month.
There Is Now a Deadline for All US Government Websites to Turn on Encryption
All government sites will have to turn on HTTPS by the end of 2016.