Vishing scams are on the rise and Interpol is cracking down

If you don’t think you should trust someone or a link you received, trust your instinct. It’s far better to be safe than a victim of a vishing scam.

23 Jun 2022 min read

The secret gay history of the modern internet

The fact that GeoCities was created by a gay man is not a footnote. It’s a headline.

23 Jun 2022 min read

RSocks criminal botnet taken down

RSocks compromised its victims by brute forcing attacks on various IoT devices as well as smartphones and computers.

22 Jun 2022 min read

Talking digital identity and the rise of embedded finance at Money20/20

If we are to create better digital trust for everyone, we need to work out how to better embrace and embed digital identity.

20 Jun 2022 min read

Meta bridges 2D and 3D with Crayta

Plus, Adobe patches 46 flaws and Australia mandates the “Essential Eight”.

17 Jun 2022 min read

Avast’s views on the proposed amendments to the eIDAS 2.0 regulation

The eIDAS 2.0 legislation aims to create a harmonized digital identity capability for all EU citizens.

17 Jun 2022 min read

Do free countries have more digital wellbeing?

As the world becomes more digital, issues like digital wellbeing and digital citizenship are increasingly important.

17 Jun 2022 min read

Russian disinformation spreading across the globe

Disinformation on the internet is global — that's the fundamental challenge with stopping it.

17 Jun 2022 min read

Transgender women found and created community in the 1980s internet

The utilization of BBSs by trans people in the 1980s and 1990s gives a glimpse into just how important the internet would prove to be for this historically marginalized community.

16 Jun 2022 min read

Consensus 2022 panel: Is Web 3.0 more hype or reality?

Exploring the evolution of self-sovereign data and Web 3.0 identity solutions.

15 Jun 2022 min read

Don’t be fooled by lottery scams

These scams can come by email, text, or postal service – here’s how to identify them.

15 Jun 2022 min read

How the US government deals with zero-days

While withholding a zero-day’s existence can provide some government advantage, it can potentially harm the rest of us and break many elements of the global internet if vulnerabilities aren’t disclosed and patched.

13 Jun 2022 min read

How to ease your kids into a hybrid play model

Limiting screen time is always a battle, but it’s worth it — especially in summer.

10 Jun 2022 min read